They are called “incidental” findings, but for the volunteers involved they could be the opposite. Accidental discoveries during research on human volunteers can bring to light serious implications for the subjects’ health, but in the past the norm has been not to tell volunteers. This is particularly crucial in human genetics research which can show […]
Recently rescued from financial crisis, our Science Gallery now hosts an exhibit that, whilst entertaining and informative, also collects data from the audience for use in research by the Institute of Neuroscience.
Internet access: an amazingly empowering resource but one which all too many of us have come to take for granted. Not so for Dr Nii Quaynor, the ‘father of the internet in Africa’.
Many of you may have returned from a summer of travelling to exotic destinations. You’ll spend the next few Pav Fridays boring your friends with tales of how you held the heads of sick orphans in Africa, and showing off all the booze you smuggled through customs.
Dr. James Watson, Nobel laureate in 1962 50 years of genetics department marked Specially commissioned portrait donated Career notable for some controversies