A team at Brunel University London has developed a new system, which helps people with Parkinson’s disease overcome debilitating walking problems.Read More
The brain is our most delicate and most important organ, and scientists in Singapore have managed to grow a very important part of one. Specifically, the midbrain, located in the brain stem. It controls hearing, eye movement and body movement. And the sample they’ve grown is fully functioning.Read More
Parkinson's disease currently has no cure, is difficult to diagnose, and is an agonising condition for those living with it. This is where Applied mathematician Max Little comes in, as he introduced his fascinating work into spotting Parkinson's simply by analysing a person's voice.