Angela Saini- race science, COVID-19 and much more

Angela Saini is a British science journalist and broadcaster, presenting both radio and television shows on the BBC, writing for a number of renowned newspapers, as well as an accomplished author. She holds two masters degree, one in Engineering from the University of Oxford, and another in Science and Security from King's College London's department … Continue reading Angela Saini- race science, COVID-19 and much more

Cutting off antibiotic resistance at the source – change how we produce generic drugs

By Alexis Gkantiragas. Reports have suggested that more people would die from antibiotic-resistant infections than cancer by the year 2050 - a staggering 10 million per year (1). While this figure has been subject to some debate (2) already, 33 thousand deaths annually in Europe have been attributed to antibiotic resistant infections (3). Currently, most … Continue reading Cutting off antibiotic resistance at the source – change how we produce generic drugs