• SEP 18, 2019
    Health & Medicine
    SEP 18, 2019
    Honey As An Antibacterial Against Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus
    Honey has been used for its medicinal properties for thousands of years to treat wound infections, gastrointestinal ailments, and burns. Because of th...
  • SEP 18, 2019
    Genetics & Genomics
    SEP 18, 2019
    Detecting DNA - Without Amplification
    As genetic technologies rapidly advance, totally new approaches are now possible. One innovation is the CRISPR-Chip....
  • SEP 18, 2019
    Cancer
    SEP 18, 2019
    Don't eat iron-rich foods with your tomatoes
    We have known for some time now that tomatoes are beneficial for our health. The carotenoid called lycopene in tomatoes contains high amounts of antioxidan...
  • SEP 18, 2019
    Cardiology
    SEP 18, 2019
    Clear, Flexible Vital Sign Wearable Monitors
    Wearable health monitors are gaining in popularity, both for fitness tracking and for gathering more targeted health data relating to heart disease and oth...
  • SEP 18, 2019
    Earth & The Environment
    SEP 18, 2019
    The history behind Navajo sandstone
    New research published in the journal Geology sheds light on the early history of the picturesque Navajo Sandstone. The swirling red and tan sediment that ...
  • SEP 18, 2019
    Earth & The Environment
    SEP 18, 2019
    Saving the reefs to save the planet
    In a study recently published in Nature, two researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University make a case for ...
  • SEP 18, 2019
    Microbiology
    SEP 18, 2019
    Large Study Shows That Birth Mode Impacts Infant Microbiome
    The microbiome is impacted by mode of birth - babies born by Cesarean section have a different microbiome than babies born vaginally....