A 25-year-old student has just come up with a way to fight drug-resistant superbugs without antibiotics.
Shu Lam's new invention is a star-shaped polymer is capable of killing multiple superbug strains by tearing their cells apart.
(best I can tell from reading up, the scientific community agrees this is the real deal - a legitimate, new, interesting alternative to antibiotics)
After spending a year helping 3,500 refugees escape Poland to Britain, in 1939 Hollingworth broke the news that World War II had started. That was merely the first week of her decades-long career at the Telegraph.
Without training, this 13-year-old shattered world records for running in 1967 -- unfortunately, it happened shortly after Kathrine Switzer's headline-making Boston marathon entry, and Mancuso's feat was all but forgotten.