Month: November 2014

Targeting skin cancers

26.11.14 Many melanomas don’t respond to existing drugs and most eventually become resistant to treatment. Marco Ranzani explains how researchers are searching for new therapies

Battling bacteria: this time it’s personal

24.11.14 Claire Chewapreecha’s research into the genetics of deadly bacteria is motivated by her commitment to improve public health at home in Thailand

Don’t miss your chance to be the expert for your own story. Credit: Shutterstock, dny3d

Science and the media – allies or enemies?

05.11.14 Meeting science journalists and hearing from researchers about their media work has encouraged Rebecca Gladstone to stand up for science

Open season in science

03.11.14 Research has become more publicly available than ever before. Sarion Bowers explores the benefits and dangers of open access