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Rhianna-lily Smith

Junior Science Editor


Rhianna-lily graduated from the University of East Anglia with a BSc in biomedicine and completed her MSc by Research in microbiology at the Quadram Institute Bioscience in 2023. Her research primarily focused on the gut microbiome in pregnant women throughout gestation. During her MSc, she developed a passion for science communication and later joined Technology Networks as a Junior Science Editor, where she works with the news team to cover the latest breaking news and produce video interviews.


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Published Content
Total: 56
A headshot on top of cancer cells.
Video

Viruses and Cancer – From Cause to Cure

Learn about viruses and cancer in our latest episode of Teach Me in 10.
A woman in a hospital in labor.
News

Epidural Associated With a Reduction in Serious Post-Birth Complications

In a new study, researchers have found that receiving an epidural during childbirth may reduce the risk of serious complications in the first few weeks after giving birth.
A pregnant woman holding her bump.
News

Increased Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy Associated With Neurobehavioral Issues in Infants

In a new study, researchers from the University of Florida investigate the link between fluoride exposure in pregnancy and neurobehavioral issues in infants.
A man walking into an archway with clouds around him.
News

Scientists Discover What’s Happening Inside a Sleepwalker’s Brain

Many adults will experience at least one episode of sleepwalking in their lives, but what is happening inside the brain during these episodes is yet to be uncovered. Researchers have offered insight into this sleep behavior in their recent study.
A close of on an individuals feet while standing on weighing scales.
News

Semaglutide Could Offer Long-Term Weight Loss and Cardiovascular Protection Effects

In the longest clinical trial yet of semaglutide, a prescription drug sold under the brand names Wegovy and Ozempic, researchers analyzed the drug's long-term weight loss effects.
A female footballer kicking a ball.
News

Female Athletes Six Times More Likely To Get Injured in the Days Leading Up to Their Period

With interest in women's sports at an all-time high, researchers from UCL and the University of Bath are investigating the menstrual cycle's potential impact on injury risk among elite footballers in the Women's Super League (WSL).
Speaker headshot with a gas chromatographer behind them.
Video

The Basic Principles of Gas Chromatography

Learn about gas chromatography and its applications in our latest episode of Teach Me in 10.
Professor Lindsay Hall leaning over a desk to talk to a man and a young child.
Article

Professor Lindsay Hall Talks Navigating Global Challenges for Women in STEMM

Professor Lindsay Hall shares her journey in microbiology, advocating for women in STEMM and promoting global scientific engagement through impactful research and public outreach initiatives.
Vitamin D capsules on a blue background.
News

Vitamin D Boosts Gut Bacteria and Enhances Cancer Immunity in Mice

Vitamin D shows protective effects against cancer in a new study from the Francis Crick Institute, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Aalborg University in Denmark.
The moon surrounded by darkness.
News

Correlation Between Menstrual Cycle and Lunar Phases Identified

Though often dismissed as a notion unsupported by science, a study from researchers at the University of Lyon has revealed a small yet significant correlation between the length of the menstrual cycle and lunar phases.
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