Rachel David reviews Sean Martin’s ‘A Short History of Disease’
Sarah Gaunt on how we know whether it’s safe to go for a swim
Nicole Samuel on new research into the immune response to this haemorrhagic fever
From hammerstones to biotechnology: Lizzie Norris looks at the engineering that has helped us to increase our lifespan and improve our quality of life.
As part of our new science events listing, we pick an event coming up this week. Valentine’s Day at the The Old Operating Theatre Museum is looking at some of the consequences of love in the 18th Century.
Leprosy was once thought to be on the verge of elimination. Neil Stoker talks to Professor Diana Lockwood about what went wrong.
The meetings are presentations of three papers on HIV, selected by the three faculties. Commentaries of these papers and others (about 15 in total) are published each month in the HIV Digest which the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is commissioned to produce by UNAIDS. The meetings allow for questions and discussion and […]