Genetic screening could help to predict which disease we are most susceptible to, whether our kids are at risk too and what medical treatment is best for us. However, with this advanced knowledge about DNA, an important question comes… Are we ready? If someone gives us an envelope with the number which says how old […]Read more "DNA: The Era of Decoding Ourselves"
To feed an evergrowing global population, we need to find sources of high-quality proteins which can be readily distributed at a low cost. Scientists have shown promising results how we can replace animal and dairy proteins with plant protein alternatives. “The power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to produce […]Read more "Feed the World – Unleash the Veggie Proteins!"
To pee or not to pee is NOT a philosophical question but a troublesome one that one in four older adults in the UK asks themselves every day. Overactive bladder – a state when one has to urgently visit the toilet more than eight times a day – is a very common problem in the […]Read more "To Pee or Not To Pee?"
Scientists have been trying to understand how cells are built since the 1800s. This does not surprise us and, as scientists ourselves, we have always been puzzled at how cells, such complex structures, are able to reproduce over and over again. Even more astonishing is that, despite the frequency of cell division, mistakes are relatively […]Read more "The Mystery Of Cell Division"