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An underwater symphony: the importance of sound in our oceans

By Evangeline Wilby   When humans explore below the surface of the ocean, sound fuses into one background noise, but to marine life, this is a diverse array of sound that is essential to their existence. Specifically, the coral reef; a noisy habitat with a language scientists are yet to fully uncover (Honeyborne et al., 2017). Most people areContinue reading “An underwater symphony: the importance of sound in our oceans”

Role of gut microbiota in inflammatory diseases: IBD and obesity

By Kai Yee Eng To find an area with the greatest population of microorganisms covered in or on our body, we only need look to our gut. Our gut microbiota comprises bacteria, archaea, virus and other microorganisms. Unsurprisingly, none can find another person with the same gut microbiota composition. Given gut microbiota is unique inContinue reading “Role of gut microbiota in inflammatory diseases: IBD and obesity”

How vultures thrive on the carrion that poisons humans

By Isabelle Hall  Rotten meat forms a significant part of the diet of numerous scavengers, including vultures and hyenas. Vultures are obligate scavengers, surviving almost solely on carrion. Instances of human consumption of rotten meat have been recorded – some reportedly practise this as a method of achieving a euphoric high, possibly through contraction ofContinue reading “How vultures thrive on the carrion that poisons humans”

The motivations behind our actions: Are human beings innately good or bad?

By Naveesha Karunanayaka The question of whether humans are innately good or bad may arise when contemplating news stories and events that have happened in recent decades. The disregard for others and horrifying events caused by intentional human action make it difficult to believe we are born good. To explore this, babies are a goodContinue reading “The motivations behind our actions: Are human beings innately good or bad?”

Detect-seq: A Tool for Evaluating Gene Editing technologies

By Chi Wai (Jessie) Ng The ethics crisis of 2018 surrounding the birth of two genetically edited twin girls, Lulu and Nana,  raised enormous medical practice concerns and sparked outcry from all across the globe. Aside from ethical concerns, the subject matter of gene editing on humans is so sensitive because the genetically modified twinsContinue reading “Detect-seq: A Tool for Evaluating Gene Editing technologies”

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