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Combining human + artificial intelligence to democratise science

Oct 05

Here’s why cancer immunotherapy deserved a Nobel

In 10 seconds? James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo won this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine for making possible a century-old dream — helping our immune system attack cancer. (Read the science) So…

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Nov 27

Bye-bye oil spills: prize winner unleashes plants and bacteria on pollution

Michael Eze knows how to nurture his scientific capital: our Sparrho Prize has got him to the annual convention of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, where he bagged the Carlos Walter…

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Oct 22

Einstein’s theory was proved right but what do physicists think today?

Did you know? Albert Einstein, often regarded as “The Father of Modern Physics” won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the photoelectric effect (helping develop quantum theory and), not his…

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Sep 26

Our £500 Researcher Prize winner of September

Leo will present at the 9th Barossa Meeting 2019 — Cell Signalling in Cancer Medicine from 12th — 15th November 2019 in Barossa Valley, Adelaide, Australia. 🇦🇺 Leo is a PhD student at Olivia…

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