Drug-driving convictions reach 12 a day

Drug-driving convictions reach 12 a day

Improvements in drug detection techniques are to thank for the upsurge in drivers being banned from Britain’s roads for taking drugs. Unreleased statistics from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) show that one-third more motorists, that’s 10,731, have been...
Drug-driver convictions continue to rise

Drug-driver convictions continue to rise

A month-long drug-driving campaign by Sussex Police resulted in 150 motorists being arrested. One driver who was more than 40 times over the drug-drive limit has been banned from driving for 4 years. He was pulled over by officers in Portsmouth in the early hours of...
Choose your poison

Choose your poison

When it comes to addictions, which would you say was safer: alcohol or cannabis? Alcohol is obviously legal, but cannabis is increasingly becoming legal in different parts of the world and more socially acceptable even in places where it’s still illegal....
USA and Korea in race to clone woolly mammoth

USA and Korea in race to clone woolly mammoth

It sounds like the plot of a Jurassic Park film, but researchers at Harvard Medical School and South Korea’s Sooam Biotech Research Foundation are both attempting to resurrect the extinct woolly mammoth. The two laboratories are intending to use reproductive cloning....