On 14th of June 1946, John Logie Baird died. He was 57.
Arsenic hazard on a global scale
“In my opinion, it is the greatest natural hazard in terms of the numbers at risk of poisoning.”
Update on climate and sea-level change during the Cenozoic
“The background to what has become ‘our time’ is not only climate change, but massive shifts in sea level and the outlines of the continents.”
A Strange Approach To A True Tale
“We recently watched a television programme which we had recorded, called ‘The Secret Life of Ice’.”
Limiting the Spread of Sea Lice Using Big Data
Digitising ocean technologies and data collection is providing new insights into the health of our seas.
Genetic material from a baby dinosaur
A clutch of Massospondylus carinatus eggs from the Jurassic of South Africa (credit: Brett Eloff) Text by Steve Drury
What’s in a name?
“It might be said, what does the name matter? It’s only a label. But my response would be that identity is crucial to knowing. The name is also a gateway to a world of knowledge. “
“So, how did these graceful beasts fly?”
Fast Tracking Tests for Covid19 Mass Screening
“We hope to create a diagnostic test that can quickly and effectively identify COVID-19 in individuals.” Professor Mirela Delibegovic
Pathogens before Politics
“At the end of the day if you are leading a country you make choices. You don’t follow the science , you make decisions based upon it .”