2022 marks the 10th anniversary of Lonesome George’s death, a good time to reflect on the events immediately after his passing and the enduring power of this singular tortoise.
The sleep disorder narcolepsy is widely thought to be a chronic and incurable condition, one caused by an irreversible autoimmune assault on a cluster of very important neurons in the centre of the brain. But what if those neurons have
Sleep scientist William “Bill” Dement, often referred to as “the father of sleep medicine”, has died at the age of 91. During his lifetime, Dement made many contributions that have transformed research into narcolepsy, he helped create the field of