MANIPULATING MEMORIES AT THE FLICK OF A SWITCH

Exciting new research has taken scientists a step closer to understanding the nature and possibility of memory manipulation, and it’s medical implications.

Down but not out

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.

Delusions of Gender

“In the darkness of the womb our brains are soaked in a cocktail of sex hormones.” Bentley Crudgington reviews a book on the complexities and science of gender.

2100: Time to break the habit

Matt Sargeant asks if addiction will still be a major societal problem by the 22nd Century, and whether pharmacology might have the answer