Biologists and biological engineers meet to explore the impacts, for better and worse, of synthetic life on wild life.
On Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd June 2012, experts, volunteers and members of the public raced against time to count as many species of animals and plants as possible in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
Researchers at Cambridge University are building artificial bone in the lab, and they’re doing so with what might be considered an unorthodox partner: Lego.
A new study has investigated how the differing fertility rates between religious and secular individuals might affect the genetic evolution of society overall.
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