Science, medicine, biology

Hopes For Childhood Cancer Prevention As Doctor’s Focus In On Immune System

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) is a cancer of blood primarily affecting children. And currently kills around 1400 people a year in the USA alone. It is often a devastating disease, presenting with non-specific symptoms and can be advanced at the time of diagnosis. Treatment is usually chemotherapy, a collection of chemicals designed to wipe out… Continue reading Hopes For Childhood Cancer Prevention As Doctor’s Focus In On Immune System

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biology, medicine, Science

Researchers just created a Robot ‘Mini-Organ’ Nursery, and the implications are astounding.

Robots are an increasing part of our day to day lives. From simple assistants like Siri to complex quadripedal automatons like Spotmini, robotic technology is rapidly becoming common. And although some may seem novelties, a revolution in robotics has been pioneering medical treatments for a while now. And researchers at UW School of Medicine have just… Continue reading Researchers just created a Robot ‘Mini-Organ’ Nursery, and the implications are astounding.

biology, Cosmology, Science

Is The Cosmos Truly Empty? Are We All There Is? Inside; We Answer Humanity’s Most Uncomfortable Question.

The Universe is much more vast than we can imagine. Expanding for over 13.8 billion years, some of the very light we observe in the night sky is older than earth itself. And with simple life easy to assemble, and the vast numbers of planets out there, we are forced to wonder. Are we alone? And if not, where is everybody? Well the answer is fascinating, and in some cases, quite terrifying indeed.

biology, Cosmology, evolution, physics, Science

Ever Wondered Who You Are? Stop Waiting And Find Out.

You are a biomass of self-believing consciousness, built from familiar atoms under restrictive universal laws, tuned by selective environmental pressures, and just a small part of something much beyond your comprehension. And that, for me at least, is pretty freeing.

biology, education, evolution, medicine, psychology

Why Do Things Scare Us? What Makes Your Heart Beat? Inside; Fear Explained.

Something had come from the darkness. Something unfamiliar, maybe dangerous. Wait no, certainly dangerous. Something inside me saw teeth, claws, my imminent evisceration at the whim of something ancient and devilish. Why did I think this, and why was my heart beating so fast?

biology, Cosmology, physics, Science

Why Does The Colour Red Mean The End Of The World? How One Colour Gave Life, And How It Spells Our End.

Why do we like Red? The answers lies with the apes, and takes us to the end of the universe.

biology, chemistry, education, physics, Science

Should A Chair Fear Your Bottom? Well Actually, Science Says No.

Whilst sitting across from an empty seat, you can quickly begin to wonder who may sit opposite you. With a global population of around 7.6 billion people, it could be just anyone. The chances are that you may not know them or the story of their lives. But more than likely, they have a bum. And for a chair, their entire life is about waiting for the next one. But should a chair worry about being sat on?

biology, chemistry, Cosmology, education, physics, Science

Are You Eating? Good! But Did You Know You Are Violating Cosmic Law?

First there was the Big Bang. Then, a few years later, there is the Big Mac. The future of our Universe is much like that of a Big Mac; to eventually decompose to nothingness. But you, at least for a while, can prevent that using the very energy a Big Mac delivers. How? Well within… Continue reading Are You Eating? Good! But Did You Know You Are Violating Cosmic Law?