If you’ve walked up Mount Taylor any time in the last few years, you might have seen Dr Kathy Eyles. She’s the one holding the mattock and taking notes.
Amber Condell likes stories - both hearing them and telling them. That’s why she likes studying genetics.
Beyond the convenience of skipping supermarket queues, it seems the humble fruit and veggie box can make some people feel, well, happier.
You might have heard that it’s July now. The year is, apparently, already half over. But how can this be possible? We turn to Dr Peter Riggs for answers.
We’ve entered a new reality. It’s not great, but it has something going for it: we don’t know how this one ends. Yet.