Grace Browne

Grace is a freelance journalist based in London. Her work focuses on science, health, and the environment. ​Her writing has appeared in outlets such as New Scientist, Undark, OneZero, BBC Future, Inverse, Hakai magazine, The Scientist and LiveScience, amongst others. She is a member of the Association of British Science Writers (ABSW) and the National Union of Journalists (NUJ).
Future 50
Katharina Volz is using A.I. to solve the biggest problem in science
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“The way we solved disease before ... that just won't work anymore.”
Future 50
Birder Corina Newsome: I want to see a scientist who looks like me.
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“The most important thing is getting young people of color to actually see me doing it.”
Future 50
Climate scientist Kate Marvel: “With science plus action, things can get better."
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“We can shape the future that we want.”
Dream Teams
A puzzle went unsolved for 80 years. Here's how math geeks and academics solved it.
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“We need to combine our minds."
Dream Teams
The incredible story of how teaming up helped astronomers accomplish the impossible
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“Today, the best science can only be done together.”
Dream Teams
How a risky idea led to the most ambitious map of humankind ever created
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“It was exhilarating, because you felt you were a part of something really, really important.”
Dream Teams
By coming together, 3,000 scientists changed the course of physics forever
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“Without this collaboration, it would not have been discovered.”
Dream Teams
Meet the team fighting to conserve our planet's future — one seed at a time
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“We've got this load of money, we've got a problem, can we help you fix it?”
Dream Teams
How a team of scientists risked everything to capture the most cosmic snapshot of the decade
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“It just knocked my socks off.”
Dream Teams
How an absurd idea led to the most definitive census of life under the sea ever
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“They didn't say don't try.”
Vita-win
A “remarkable” finding links a common vitamin to fighting brain cancer
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A new study serves as a step towards better treatment for glioblastoma.
Just like us
Sex is stressful: A new chimp study has revealed something human in them ... and us
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try to relax
Stress "restructures" the brain by stopping production of a crucial protein -- mice study
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Production of a 1 crucial element comes screeching to a halt, study shows
Strong swimmers
New stem cell research could lead to better treatments for male infertility
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The success of the experiment took researchers completely by surprise.
Breathe in
A new understanding of lung cells could lead to better Covid-19 treatment
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"There are mechanisms that are in-built evolutionarily that means these macrophages are resistant to infection."
Tooth be told
A tree-like part of the body records the intimate details of a person's life
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Teeth keep a diary of your life until the day you die.
Step it up
Does step count really matter? New study links number of steps to mortality
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"Adults should aim to move more, sit less, and take more steps."
Red or blue
Politics study reveals the major factor that causes families to be conservative
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Liberalism in the United States is increasing. So why do some families stay conservative?
What is it worth?
Ritalin study explains the relationship between dopamine and achieving goals
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If you have ever considered taking Ritalin before a big test, read this first.
Building biology
“Living materials” study hints at a future with bioelectronic medicine
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“Construction worker” cells can build synthetic structures in the body, scientists report.