By the end of the 20th century, many of the stigmas of the tattoo culture had been dismissed, and the practice has become more acceptable and accessible for people of all trades and levels of society, including scientists. Continue reading The Art of Science: would you have a permanent tribute to science inked on your body?
It is not often that completely novel pathogens are identified, but in 2013 this is exactly what happened in South Africa. Continue reading The Mysterious Deadly New Fungus: Emergomyces africanus
With the soft drinks levy six months into effect, the prevalence of sugar-averse drinks has flooded the market. Packaged under ‘free’, ‘diet’, ‘light’ to the classic ‘zero-sugar’, drinks companies have circumvented this sticky problem by dropping the sweet stuff from their recipes altogether. Continue reading The Sticky State of Artificial Sweeteners
It was late May 2018, and the new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility at King’s College London was due to open formally in September. Wellcome and British Heart Foundation had both made significant investments into new equipment for the Facility alongside King’s itself. Continue reading An art-science collaboration creates alternative perspectives for the new NMR imaging facility at Kings College London