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Holly Large is a PhD student at the University of Leicester, with interests in public health genomics and science communication. Before joining the University of Leicester she worked as Technology Networks' editorial assistant. In her role as editorial assistant Holly supported the publication’s in-house writers.

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Harnessing the Immune System for Early Cancer Detection

With the number of new cancer cases worldwide per year predicted to rise to 23.6 million by 2030, it seems as pertinent as ever that the disease is stopped early in its tracks. We spoke with Mike Fisher, Ph.D., Commercial Director of Oncimmune, to find out more about a trial utilizing a simple blood test for early detection of lung cancer.

Jane C. Wright: The Woman Who Changed the Landscape of Oncology

Dr Jane Cooke Wright – whether you’ve heard of her or not, her research changed the path of oncology, paving the way for cancer treatment as we know it.

Debunked: Vegan Diets and Health

We recently asked our readers what they already knew about vegan diets, health and nutrition and what they wanted to know. There were debates, strong opinions and many claims made, but what does the science say?

Direct-to-Consumer Fertility Testing: A Viable Alternative or Confusing and Misleading?

Consumers view direct-to-consumer fertility testing as a viable alternative to traditional testing, but also find it confusing and misleading, according to a new study.

2019 FDA Drug Approvals

This list outlines the new molecular entities (NMEs) and new therapeutic biological products approved by the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) during 2019.

Personalized Medicine – Precision, Patients and Promises in 2019

This list features some of our favorite coverage of personalized medicine in 2019 published by Technology Networks.

A Decade in Nobel Prizes for Physiology or Medicine

Each year, Nobel Prizes are awarded to people who have made a significant contribution in their field; this list focuses on the Nobel Prizes awarded between 2010 and 2019 to those “who made the most important discovery within the domain of physiology or medicine”.

Social Media, Vaccine Hesitancy and the Spread of Viral Misinformation

A study investigating vaccination-related Facebook ads has revealed that efforts by the platform to improve transparency may have led to the removal of ads promoting vaccination, whilst a small group of unscientific anti-vaccine ad buyers have successfully been able to reach their targeted audiences.

Puberty and Sense of Smell: What Do They Have in Common?

Researchers have identified a group of proteins that are involved in the development of the sense of smell and onset of puberty in mice, which could improve our understanding of the reproductive condition, Kallmann syndrome.

The Spectacular Small World 2019

Download this FREE flipbook to see some of the spectacular images from the 2019 Nikon Photomicrography Competition.