THE NEWS IS CHANGING

Over half of people in the UK receive their news from social media feeds. On social media you have to stand out, which means lots clickbait headlines and news bites. In this era of fake news and misinformation, it is becoming harder to tell the fact from the fiction.

Biology in Context aims to give you the full story behind science headlines. The purpose is to help bridge the gap between scientists and non-scientists and make biology accessible to everyone. 

 

Context changes how we see things

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