Women’s accomplishments, particularly in science, can often be forgotten from our History books. Today I would like to share with you one female scientist’s story which inspired me to become involved in science.
With the end of January marking Chinese New Year, billions celebrated the year of the rooster according to the Chinese Zodiac. Throughout 2017, over 17 million babies will be born in China and, according to the legend of the rooster, are predicted to be talkative, open, honest, and loyal characters.
The Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) could help preterm babies – not only in their childhood but throughout their adulthood as well.
A testimony about pre-eclampsia, a condition that affects some pregnant women during the 2nd half of their pregnancy or after their baby is delivered.
How can HIV disrupt the immune system and affect pregnancy outcomes? We spoke to Borne PhD student Alex Cocker.
My second child Tommy was a premature baby. Not incredibly so – he wasn’t a teeny tiny tubed baby. But he is proof that being born any amount early is too early.
With the brain, the pregnant uterus is one of the only remaining organs where there is scientific disagreement on how they actually work. Why?
Nutrition before and during pregnancy can have a real impact on preterm birth. We speak to AnnieBelle, PhD student at Borne, about her work.
We borrowed Professor Mark Johnson to ask him why he decided to found Borne and focus his research on premature birth.