A range of new bacteria-killing coatings are on the market, but how effective are they, and could they contribute to antibiotic resistance? Jasmin Fox-Skelly reports.
With the world embarking on the largest immunisation programme ever seen, Maria Burke reports on new approaches in oral, inhaled and skin patch-based vaccination. Read the full feature in C&I Magazine Issue 7/8 2021.
Could compounds from coral and seaweed provide an environmentally friendly and safer alternative to current sunscreens? Emma Davies reports. Read the feature article in C&I magazine.
Fossils of ancient humans are in limited supply, but molecular analysis plays a major role in revealing more about the lives of Stone Age hunters, including their diets and family trees, Michael Gross reports
Cartilage has little to no regenerative ability, but synthetic tissues are already in the pipeline that match its properties, Katrina Megget reports. Read the full feature story in C&I Magazine.