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Science

Word of the week: Aphasia

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This week's Word of the Week - Aphasia...

Has brain study crossed a line?

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Lilla Marshall reports on ethical issues that surround neurological studies...

Greta makes her mark in the insect world

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Emma Monaghan on an incredibly small, yet powerful tribute to the good work done by Greta Thunberg ...

Cure at last for cystic fibrosis

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Patrycja Ubysz talks about newest drug on the market for cystic fibrosis...

Does Bristol’s Wave pool survive the eco-test?

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Lily Holbrook on the newest attraction in Bristol - an outdoor wave pool - and whether it is a boon or a bane to the environment. ...

Possible new treatment for early Alzheimer’s

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Gemisha Cheemungtoo reports on a potential new drug for patients suffering from the early stages of the disease process...

Word of the Week- Horripilation

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Tomo Clarkson explains the scientific terminology for goosebumps...

Australia’s Prime Minister Awards Tackle Sexism in STEM

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Emma Monaghan on a record-breaking year for Australian women in science...

Denying death: How our brains process our inescapable end

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Editor of The Courier, Grace Dean, on how our brains seem reluctant to accept one's own end as opposed to accepting the demise of others...

Spaced Out: Dead Whales Spotted by Satellites

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Lily Holbrook on whether space technology can be used to save whales in the long run...