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Lewis Williams, Leamington Spa boxer, wearing one of his new tops in preparation for the Haringey Cup Championships from 16th-18th June at The Great Hall Alexandra Palace

Using An Optical Microscope To Detect Disease

Using An Optical Microscope To Detect Disease It is commonly known that the use of optical microscopes has opened the door to discovery about the microscopic world.  The microscope has become a key tool in the detection of diseases. Sickle Cell Anaemia/ Sickle Cell Disease is a rising cause of illness, sometimes leading to death,…

How Microscopes Can Help Win The War On Cancer

How Microscopes Can Help Win The War On Cancer Whoever you are; whether you are a millionaire, or only own the clothes you are standing up in, then you are vulnerable to cancer. Cancer can affect every one of us, either directly or through someone we know and can cause utter devastation in our lives….

How We Can Help Save the Honey Bee

How We Can Help Save the Honey Bee Nothing says summer like sitting in the garden with your favourite tipple and the sleepy buzz of bees in the background. But a UN report has shown that more than 40% of our invertebrate pollinators, including bees, are facing global extinction. In the UK, we have more…

15 Things You Should Know About Stem Cells

15 Things You Should Know About Stem Cells 1) Adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells are the two fundamental kinds of stem cells. 2) Stem cells differ from other known cells for many reasons, these cells are unspecialised and can form into different kids of cells like as a nerve or a heart cell….

What Are Epithelial Cells and Where Are They Found?

What Are Epithelial Cells and Where Are They Found? Look at your face in the mirror. Beauty anxieties aside, you can generally agree that the skin appears to be one smooth surface. In actual fact, it is made up of millions of tightly packed skin cells- or, if you want to get a little more…