biology

In a week mostly dominated by NASA's announcement of the discovery of organic molecules on Mars, some other important science stories may have slipped under the radar. In the Science Dispatches for the first week of June 2018; a possible breakthrough in the treatment of cancer, the self-consuming rocket and counting bees. 
Science & Technology

The Science Dispatches. Week Ending 10/06/18. New cancer Hope, the rocket that eats itself and zero buzz about bees

In a week mostly dominated by NASA’s announcement of the discovery of organic molecules on Mars, some other important science stories may have slipped under the radar. In the Science Dispatches for the first week of June 2018; a possible breakthrough in the treatment of cancer, the self-consuming rocket and counting bees. 

Health Science & Technology

Artificially grown human eggs- a major step towards combating infertility

In what represents a major breakthrough in infertility treatment, reproductive biologist Evelyn Telfer and colleagues at the University of Edinburgh have finally completed the development of a human egg outside the human body for the first time, it was announced in January. The development represents the first step it what may be a major victory for both infertile couples and women who have suffered illnesses such as cancer in prepubescence, looking to have children.