Cracking the case of the century, Danish-Czech-U.S research team figures out why a 1970s alcoholic died with her cancer mysteriously in remission.
Before dandelions arrived to North America as a weed, they were originally hailed at the centre of the culinary and medical world.
Time to turn your kitchen into a chemistry lab. Perfect for parties or just for showing off to your friends.
Despite concerns from the US food and drug administration, a new UK study finds no association between a family of type 2 diabetes medication and breast cancer.
Yes, it is – it really is.
Clocking in at up to 100 meteors an hour, the Perseids meteor shower is an event you definitely don’t want to miss.
How clean do you think your cell phone is? Chances are, it’s a lot dirtier than you might think.
I sequenced my mitochondrial DNA. Turns out, a bunch of people with the same sequence as me all lived to be over a 100.
Part 2 of our More Than Just a Meme series. Here, we get into the nitty gritty of how we sequenced our own mitochondrial DNA and determined our own haplogroups.
Turns out the mitochondria is little more than just the “powerhouse of the cell”. By sequencing our own mitochondrial DNA, we traced back our maternal ancestry and this is what we found.