Future Science

A healing touch

Posted by on Nov 19, 2012

By Sarah Greenidge Wound healing, or cicatrisation, is a weird science. This everyday occurrence is actually an intricate process in which the skin repairs itself after injury. Our...

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Clinical Science

Biological colours

Posted by on Nov 25, 2012

By Sarah Greenidge Disparities in health between different ethnic groups has always normally been thought to be caused to socio-economic factors. However there has been some...

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Creative Science

Beer lightening

Posted by on Nov 26, 2012

By Katherine Vidos Born in New Zeland and currently studying in London, Louise Beer has been able to apply her interest in the beauty of art and science to become one of the most...

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Social Science

Food For Your Mood

Posted by on Mar 3, 2012

DID YOU KNOW the right food can put you in the right mood? We all have our good days and our bad days; we all have foods we like and foods we dislike. But, is there a connection...

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Future of dementia care

Future of dementia care

Nov 11, 2012

By Sarah Greenidge Unlike the popular phrase there is no such thing as ageing gracefully. We are a now living longer than ever plagued with a host of health problems. The average life expectancy for a British citizen is 80.25, but don’t start pulling out the balloons just yet. As living conditions and medical advances progress we will continue to live longer...

Light in the dark

Light in the dark

Oct 6, 2012

Think that art can just be found within a photograph, painting or sculpture????  THINK AGAIN!!! The nature of science has brought to our world some of the most breathtaking creatures to admire., an art in itself, the Firefly Squid. Found within the deep blue sea and having the limelight taken away from them by beautiful coral reefs we forgot that there is more...

Beer lightening

Beer lightening

Nov 26, 2012

By Katherine Vidos Born in New Zeland and currently studying in London, Louise Beer has been able to apply her interest in the beauty of art and science to become one of the most outstanding students at Central Saint Martins. Her talents speak millions just by using the two materials; her eyes and the speed of light! Through questioning, curiosity of our lives...

Biological colours

Biological colours

Nov 25, 2012

By Sarah Greenidge Disparities in health between different ethnic groups has always normally been thought to be caused to socio-economic factors. However there has been some research that has looked into some real differences between women of different ethnicities. In a new study published in the November issue of the journal Hepatology, was found that black...

A healing touch

A healing touch

Nov 19, 2012

By Sarah Greenidge Wound healing, or cicatrisation, is a weird science. This everyday occurrence is actually an intricate process in which the skin repairs itself after injury. Our skin is a protective barrier against the perils of the outside world. Once this protective barrier is broken, the wound process is kick started. Scientists from the Academic Medical...