The annual conference of Narcolepsy UK is, without question, my favourite weekend of the year. On any normal day, I spend most of my time wishing I didn’t have narcolepsy, a chronic, incurable neurological disorder that destroys healthy sleep. But
When it comes to an explanation for the origin of life, there’s only one thing that scientists agree on: we still don’t have one. Perhaps 4 billion years ago, life arose in the tempestuous environment of the immature Earth. Quite
Jellyfish have been around for over 500 million years. But is sleep that ancient?