Why do premature babies grow as they do? Fiona Mylchreest, mother of five and wife of Borne Chairman, reflects on her children’s experience.
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.
I remember vividly one terrifying incident in NICU. I can still feel the sweet stickiness of blood on my fingers; I can feel the tension even writing about it.
Fiona Mylchreest, mother of five and wife of Borne Chairman, shares her experiences of her first born child Cormack, who was born prematurely.
We borrowed Professor Mark Johnson to ask him why he decided to found Borne and focus his research on premature birth.