Somewhere later in the Victorian period, where the pioneering notion of public health was overshadowed by the germs we discovered inside us, epidemiology started to lose its grand public remit. Tania Browne argues for embracing further complexity.Read More
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In recent years there’s been an increasing demand for diagnosis of adults with suspected autism in mental health services, and there are a few reasons why this might be happening. Tania Browne investigates.Read More
There’s a lot of snow in the Arctic. But you might be surprised to know that scientists don’t actually know how much. And that matters. Sea ice researcher Dr Sammie Buzzard explains.Read More
If you type the word “Scientist” into Google your screen is awash with the successes of White men. For Black History Month 2018, Faith Uwadiae has been highlighting fellow black people in STEM.Read More
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