Sarah Moore

Sarah Moore

Feature Writer

After studying Psychology and then Neuroscience, Sarah quickly found her enjoyment for researching and writing research papers; turning to a passion to connect ideas with people through writing.

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With almost 5 years as a writer, researcher, and editor, Sarah is proud to have worked with a number of industries, producing an array of works. From an editor at a literary and arts magazine to producing blogs and content for international brands, to indulging her personal passions in creating content focused on science and health.

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Articles from Sarah

Women are needlessly dying from heart attacks due to substandard care

Women are needlessly dying from heart attacks due to substandard care

Reactivating ‘tumor suppressor’ genes could offer new therapeutic approach for cancer

Reactivating ‘tumor suppressor’ genes could offer new therapeutic approach for cancer

Hand washing encouraged as hand sanitizer shown to be ineffective at killing the flu

Hand washing encouraged as hand sanitizer shown to be ineffective at killing the flu

CRISPR discovery opens up new possibilities for genetic engineering

CRISPR discovery opens up new possibilities for genetic engineering

MRI shown to be a powerful tool in the detection and prevention of minor stroke

MRI shown to be a powerful tool in the detection and prevention of minor stroke

Brain tumors hijack healthy neurons in order to grow

Brain tumors hijack healthy neurons in order to grow

Explosion at biofacility in Russia raises concerns over safety: Should we be worried?

Explosion at biofacility in Russia raises concerns over safety: Should we be worried?

Anti-cancer effects of lycopene in tomatoes canceled out by iron-rich foods

Anti-cancer effects of lycopene in tomatoes canceled out by iron-rich foods

Cure for Rett Syndrome a step closer as scientists successfully reactivate 'back-up’ genes

Cure for Rett Syndrome a step closer as scientists successfully reactivate 'back-up’ genes

Scientists use CAR-T cells to reverse cardiac fibrosis

Scientists use CAR-T cells to reverse cardiac fibrosis