Articles by Philip Hunter
Philip Hunter / July 31, 2014
The deadly disease has gripped UK airwaves but is unlikely to reach its airways
We are learning how to grow organs in laboratories instead of relying on donors, says Philip Hunter
The consequences have been underestimated
Average IQ is falling in Britain and beyond, explains Philip Hunter
Projects to boost wildlife in cities are yielding clues to how animals and plants adapt to rapid change
Science is in danger of becoming the latest casualty of the government’s immigration policy. Despite assurances otherwise, the proposed cap on economic migrants from outside the EU, announced by...
Two American studies recently published in Nature appear to dash hopes that it will soon be possible to use stem cells from adults rather than embryos for treating disease. This would have afforded...
Single-cell organisms living in oceans and ponds could provide a fresh new source of energy
“Intelligent” software is making CCTV more effective, but would you want it watching you?