Vilhelmiina Haavisto

ARTICLES BY Vilhelmiina Haavisto

Bristol-led research uncovers links between genes and gut bacteria

A new study led by researchers at the University of Bristol suggests that changes in DNA sequences could predict the presence and abundance of certain bacteria that make their home in the gut.
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Learn to code, no maths required

Not a ‘maths person’? No problem! New research shows that your language abilities may be more helpful when learning to code.
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An ode to the second-hand bookshop

Buying books can get pricey, but students need not worry as there are plenty of second-hand shops with cheaper alternatives.
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Brainy books for the winter break

Looking to learn something new this festive season, or just get a break from revision or coursework? Check out these science book recommendations from the writers and editors of Epigram SciTech!ciTech!
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A summer of research in Switzerland | SciTech Summer series

I was fortunate enough to participate in the Summer Undergraduate Research Programme (SURP) at the University of Lausanne (UNIL) in Switzerland this past summer. Without exaggeration, it was one of the best summers of my life.
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Lessons on tissue repair from fruit flies

Scientists from the University of Bristol’s School of Biochemistry have discovered how healing tissue protects itself from toxic, antibacterial compounds.
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