• Publications
  • Influence
Magnet-making bacteria could target tumours
Microscopic particles would take drugs to where the body needs them.
Ecology: Spying on nature
  • M. Hopkin
  • Medicine, Political Science
    Nature
  • 22 November 2006
The biggest project in the history of ecology is nearing its dawn. Can its organizers pull off the seemingly impossible and unite a disparate field behind its vision to observe the ecosystems of the
Carbon sinks threatened by increasing ozone
  • M. Hopkin
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
    Nature
  • 25 July 2007
Fears grow as blood stocks pass on prions undetected
  • M. Hopkin
  • Biology, Medicine
    Nature
  • 11 August 2004
TLDR
Transfusions could perpetuate Britain's vCJD epidemic and be a source of infection for future generations, according to new research.
'Vegetative' patient shows signs of conscious thought
  • M. Hopkin
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Nature
  • 13 September 2006
TLDR
Evidence of brain activity raises issues for neurologists as they consider whether brain activity in animals and humans is normal or abnormal.
Ecology: Caught between shores
  • M. Hopkin
  • Medicine, Biology
    Nature
  • 8 March 2006
Ecologists paid by industry to assess the effects of businesses on the environment are often accused of selling their souls. But isn't scientific expertise exactly what is needed? Michael Hopkin
Troublesome gene names get the boot
TLDR
Potentially offensive names to be scrubbed from human genetics as part of efforts to reduce the likelihood of discrimination.
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