Scientists capture footage of rare dragon-skin ice on Antarctic expedition Play

Scientists capture footage of rare dragon-skin ice on Antarctic expedition

A scientist from the University of Tasmania has captured rare footage of dragon-skin ice on an expedition to the Antarctic. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) researcher Guy Williams drone video shows the rippled edges of the sea ice, which were formed by hurricane force winds. Williams witnessed the icy phenomenon on an expedition to the Ross Sea in western Antarctica. May 11, 2017
Double cancer survivor Greig Trout talks about the struggles of PTSD and how he beat it Play

Double cancer survivor Greig Trout talks about the struggles of PTSD and how he beat it

Greig Trout is the founder of 101 Things to do When you Survive, an anti-bucket list list that saw him travel the world. Trout isnt someone you would meet now and realise that he has once suffered severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Trout is a double cancer survivor, first diagnosed at just aged seven with a stage 4 Wilms tumour, and again at aged 30 but this time with stage 2 bowel cancer. Although he fully recovered from both cancers the psychological effects and fear of the cancer returning were what really took their toll. He spoke to IBTimes UK on Mental Health Awarness Week about his experience. May 9, 2017
Wild dolphins immune systems are failing because of ocean pollution Play

Wild dolphins immune systems are failing because of ocean pollution

A study has found that waste and contamination in the oceans is piling pressure on dolphins immune systems. The pollution is putting their immune system on constant alert, which makes it less able to fight off bacteria, fungus, viruses and parasites in the water, according to a study in the journal PLOS ONE. May 3, 2017