Issue 42 – Bad Science – Artwork
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From morse code to quantum cryptography, Hilary Lamb explores a history of ciphers and codebreakers.
Yick Hong Leung provides an intriguing glimpse into the data-heavy world of our pervasively connected future.
Madeleine Hurry uncovers the world of deceptive communication in the animal kingdom
Awake in a coma – a nightmare which becomes reality for some. We investigate some of the technologies used by doctors to predict patient consciousness and survival following brain injury.
Syed Asaad Qadri explains the complex internal communication of giving birth
Kruti Shrotri questions whether we’ll ever be able to communicate faster than the speed of light.
Emily Mobley takes a look at the extraordinary and beautiful courtship behaviours of animals large and small
How has cryptography enabled us to communicate secretly? Julia Lorke and Signe Klange investigate
Being bilingual can help you on holiday, but does the evidence agree that it makes you smarter too? Ian Sillett investigates.
Reza Rezaei Javan investigates syncytins – viral genes that are essential for our survival
Joanna Blackburn shines light on important but often forgotten organs of the human body
The Moon may provide insights into the organic evolution of the early solar system
From speed and endurance to cognitive limits, Anne Petzold takes a look at just how far humans can go…
Nicole Samuel on new research into the immune response to this haemorrhagic fever
What are the latest technologies humans are using to change themselves?
Eleanor Magson investigates whether memories make us who we are.
Andrew McMahon discusses how the elements in our bodies came to be
Rachel David looks at what draws us together
Tim Ellis examines how neuroimaging could lead to engineering an artificial human brain through advancing our understanding of consciousness
Bentley Crudgington examines how X-ray crystallography has allowed us to understand what we really are
Yodit Feseha looks at the numbers that underlie much of nature, and how we see beauty
Tom Gordon argues in favour of having our genome sequenced and Faiza Peeran argues against.
Angelina Chrysanthou explores the sub-conscious factors which influence our decision making
Robyn Hopcroft explores the muddled world of morality
From hammerstones to biotechnology: Lizzie Norris looks at the engineering that has helped us to increase our lifespan and improve our quality of life.
From the origin of life through to the development of language and culture, Charlotte Mykura explores the rise of human beings