Are you sticking with your New Years Resolutions? Emma Walsh looks at the neuroscience research behind making and keeping our New Years Resolutions.
In February 2020, Italy became the first country in Europe to impose a lockdown in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. In the following months, amidst the stress of those initial lockdowns, the sounds of birdsong freed from traffic noise were a source of comfort and optimism to many around Europe and the rest of the locked-down world.
The way you breathe can influence your brain’s ability to form long-term memories, writes Clara Lenherr.
Hady George explores how CT scans are revealing the inner workings of T.rex’s skull.
Like the Borg in Star Trek, microbes are constantly evolving to get past their host’s defences (thankfully they don’t tend to assimilate their hosts into a hive mind). They are becoming resistant to the drugs created to prevent diseases caused by them, and this tactic is far from futile.