Our science questions have all been asked by visitors to Centre of the Cell.
Read on to dig a little deeper into the science of cells, human bodies, and staying healthy, and find answers to some of our favourite questions.
What do I inherit from my parents?
Does every cell in our body contain DNA?
My pancreas is digesting itself, what can doctors do?
What causes Alzheimer’s disease?
Why am I terrified of my pancreas?
Do humans have the biggest brain?
What is the difference between red and yellow bone marrow?
How do we get used to the dark?
How can technology be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease?
How can laptops fold proteins?
Are antivirals smarter than viruses?
Can you make your brain explode?
Can Halloween cure your hiccups?
Heart valve disease: is it dangerous?
What are the ethical considerations for CRISPR and gene editing technology?
What is gene editing and CRISPR technology?
What does it mean when someone is colour blind?
What do blind people dream about?
What do you hear through a stethoscope?
Will eating carrots give me night vision?
How does a brain tumour affect someone?
Should we floss before or after brushing our teeth?
Are bulls enraged by the colour red?
Why does chicken pox get more dangerous as you get older?
How does herd immunity benefit us?
Does it matter what order baby teeth fall out?
What is the difference between a heart attack and a cardiac arrest?
Do mitochondria need energy to make energy?
What do head lice and mosquitoes have in common?
Why do some people hate Brussels sprouts?
How do animals prepare themselves for the cold?