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Squamous epithelial cells of human cervix under the microscope view.
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70 years of progress in cervical cancer research

25 years ago, our scientists showed that nearly all cervical cancers are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). But that’s not where our story with cervical cancer research starts, and it certainly isn’t where it ends. 25 years ago, our scientists showed that nearly all cervical cancers are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). But that’s not where our story with cervical cancer research starts, and it certainly isn’t where it ends.

by Jacob Smith | In depth | 17 June 2024

17 June 2024

A polar bear swimming on its back

We're not the the only ones who need to practise sun safety. Here's what we can learn from hippos, elephants and even polar bears. We're not the the only ones who need to practise sun safety. Here's what we can learn from hippos, elephants and even polar bears.

by Julia Cotterill | Analysis | 8 May 2024

8 May 2024

A picture of a phone game involving healthy foods.

Can playing games support healthier eating habits? We take a look at research pitting bright colours and brain training against cravings. Can playing games support healthier eating habits? We take a look at research pitting bright colours and brain training against cravings.

by Julia Cotterill | Analysis | 13 February 2024

13 February 2024