About Emma Stoye

Emma Stoye photoEmma is a biology graduate with a passion for communicating science, nature and technology research. She has written for Oxford University's 'Bang!' magazine, and is a regular contributor to the Medical Research Council's 'Biomedical Picture of the Day' website. Emma has also been involved in science radio, and has written, produced and presented material for BBC Radio's 'The Naked Scientists'.

Articles by Emma Stoye

Wear and tear in industrial machinery can be monitored using acoustic sensors. © Sinead Fenton
12 October 2012
Researchers at A*STAR’s Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) have developed acoustic sensors that can identify wear and tear in industrial machinery.
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High-fat diets and Type 2 diabetes go hand in hand
21 August 2012
Scientists in Japan and the US have uncovered a molecular mechanism that links diet and ‘Type 2’ diabetes. The work opens the way to new treatments for the condition.
Eye pigmentation in flies
15 August 2012
Most people don’t realise the extent of the biochemical and physiological changes that stress causes. Indeed, new research suggests that offspring might even be vulnerable to changes in gene expression brought on by chronic parental stress.
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Boron background
10 August 2012
At the RIKEN Advanced Science Institute, formation of a boron–boron covalent bond under laboratory conditions has opened up a new corner of chemistry.
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Chara australis has giant cells ideal for studying cell biology
6 August 2012
A research team at the RIKEN Plant Science Center have uncovered fundamental cell processes by studying 125 different metabolites within the giant cells of the freshwater algae Chara australis.
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Fluorescently labelled neurons
27 July 2012
At RIKEN’s Brain Science Institute a new reagent that turns brain tissue transparent is allowing neuroscientists to visualize neural circuitry at previously unattainable depths.
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