Kaitlyn Hair questions how much we can truly trust our own memories and considers the exciting new therapeutic potential that our flexible memories may unlock
Nina Divorty delves into the debate around genetic engineering and its effects on the environment following a Glasgow Café Scientifique discussion at the Tron theatre.
Nina Divorty joins the Glasgow public and four cannabis experts to hear about the science behind the highs, hazards and health claims at this year's Glasgow Science Festival.
Can cognitive science help us all agree to disagree?
Mary Ann explores how photosynthesising bacteria can be used as chemical factories to make everything from biofuels to cosmetics.
Are you bored of going to the doctor for routine check-ups? Wearable biosensors could be the key to less crowded hospitals.
Chemotherapy is the traditional drug treatment for cancer, effective yet plagued by its side effects. These agents are toxic to cells (cytotoxic) that rapidly divide, hence killing cancer cells throughout the body. However, there are also healthy cells in our bodies that rapidly grow and divide,
Martin Foley delves into the psyche of fish and the debate on whether they have the ability to experience pain.