Since the 20th century, the issue of antimicrobial resistance has developed into a gordian knot of gargantuan proportions. This has inspired research into treatments from other medical fields in hopes of minimising the consequences of antibiotic resistance. By James Lau Yi Wei
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Blue Carbon Ecosystems are natural carbon sinks that have the potential to store huge amounts of CO2 - recent conservation efforts have developed methods to monitor their health and measure their carbon storage potentials. By Ewan Yeo.
Italian researchers have synthesised a safe and sweet-smelling solution to keep those pesky mosquitoes at bay this summer! By Joseph Olaniyan.
Currently, there are limited clinical treatment options to deal with cases of synthetic cannabinoid abuse. A novel approach utilising nanoparticle vaccines offers an unconventional solution, but not without challenges to its clinical application. By James Lau Yi Wei.
Our sense of smell is an important, yet underappreciated biological function. Understanding its evolutionary and psychological purpose could help us appreciate the wealth of information it provides. By Melike Temizturk.
UCL researchers collaborate with an international research team to improve the efficiency of low-cost, sustainable batteries which could power the future. By Melike Temizturk
Quan Zhang and his team at Nankai University have developed a seemingly obvious, yet elegant thermoregulator that unravels the path to a sustainable future. By Melike Temizturk.