5G rollout raises urgent questions about high-frequency health impacts
As Bristol experiences 5G mobile phone technology for the first time and conspiracy theories abound, science writer Andy Extance looks at the technologies risks and benefits.
‘Science is a public service, and we should be doing it in the public eye’
Professor and TV presenter Alice Roberts speaks with the Cable about her mission to bring science to the people.
Medical research in Bristol violates international transparency guidelines
Research by TranspariMED and the Bristol Cable shows the university fails to meet requirements to publish medical trial data.
Chronic fatigue syndrome, Bristol University, and controversial science
Certain treatments of chronic fatigue syndrome, or ME, have pitted patients against researchers, and scientists against scientists – amid furious clashes on the validity of landmark studies into the condition.
Solar Tree Roots Out Social Inequality
A solar energy tree project sees local artist, energy consultant, science museum, and drug and alcohol support service collaborate to address social inequality and environmental sustainability.
Communicating climate change uncertainty
How can scientific study be told as a compelling human story?
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