Video: Karen O’Malley is living well with advanced bowel cancer and pursuing her passion for wild swimming, thanks to a combination of chemotherapy and a targeted drug.
This International Women’s Day, we are introducing some of our researchers to help #BreakTheBias, and showcasing the full lives and passions of our scientists outside the lab.
Caught between child and adult care, young adult cancer patients face unique challenges.
A feature I wrote for the 10-year anniversary of canSAR -- the largest, public cancer drug discovery platform in the world.
Several major scientific-journal publishers have launched policies that allow scientists to easily change their name on previous publications – a move that transgender researchers have been campaigning to introduce for years.
Researchers found that observing an older sibling’s risk-taking can change the behaviour and brain patterns of younger siblings.
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Twenty-five years ago, a team of researchers made a historic discovery, here are some of their stories.