A British psychiatrist should be stripped of an award, fellow scientists said last night, as one of the most heated debates in medical science continued.
A British psychiatrist should be stripped of an award, fellow scientists said last night, as one of the most heated debates in medical science continued. Professor Simon Wessely, one of Britain’s foremost experts on ME, won the John Maddox Standing up for Science honour earlier this month. The prize was created by the journal Nature…
OPEN COMMUNICATION Kate Jennings Head of Aviation Policy Implementation Department for Transport Zone 1/26 Great Minster House 33 Horseferry Road London SW1P 4DR 13 November 2012 Dear Ms Jennings, Thank you for your letter of 31 October which, I understand, was forwarded on behalf of The Prime Minister. Enclosed with your letter was a copy…
TWO weeks ago Captain Tristan Loraine, a former British Airways pilot who retired on medical grounds in 2006, sat at his computer to type the email he had been hoping to send for years. He and fellow medically-retired air crew he had spent the past few years trying to expose what they believe is one…
The fight against aerotoxic syndrome has taken a major step forward with the announcement that a scientist at the University of Washington, Seattle, has identified modified chemicals that will reduce the toxicity of anti-wear additives in aero engine oil without reducing the lubricant’s effectiveness.
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