Nepal is one of the few countries worldwide that denies women the equal right to relay their nationality to their...
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Why I marched for science
Residential emissions biggest killer in Nepal
Fatty food and Alzheimer’s disease – what’s the link?
One-third of all food that we produce goes to waste. Inefficiencies in the food chain mean that food is lost,...
How I wrote a PhD thesis and had the time of my life
Be in the know: knowing when to say “I don’t know”
In 1987, countries worldwide signed the Montreal Protocol to protect the depleting ozone in the atmosphere. Ozone/trioxygen (O3) is a gas that...
100-word explainer: How plants recognise gravity?
100-word explainer: When is a microbe not a microbe?
100-word explainer: What is speed breeding?
21 February 2017 – I flew back to the UK after a few months in Nepal. I decided to return...
Top heavy, tall, short, naked or hairy: shaping a plant
Air pollution: can we fix it?
Speed breeding: can the “new green revolution” transform research and agriculture?
Indoor farms produce a range of products, but most don’t grow staple crops. It’s especially puzzling given that staple crops,...
Outsourcing in science: 21st century collaboration
Chemicals: creators, sustainers and destroyers
PCR: miracle tool helps solve crimes and cure diseases