Margaret Laurie explores the benefit of listening to heavy metal music on a regular basis.
Síle Johnson goes behind enemy lines to investigate the potential of bacteria as an alternative therapy in cancer treatment.
Mindfulness-based therapy - as a more 'natural' alternative to drugs - to treat depression or anxiety is very popular at the moment. But how much of the recent zeal for mindfulness is rooted in science, and how much is marketing?
Let chemistry student Debbie Nicol take you on a guided tour of the complex and often mysterious pathways of organic chemical reactions.
Claire Harris uncovers the hidden lives of the animals that have made a home out of our towns and cities.
We continue our reports from Glasgow's water challenge with Dr. Jane Stanley talking about ‘Lab Notes’ and ‘Tasty Notes’.
This article is Part III of III of our POST interview series with Dr Abbi Hobbs. In this final section of the interview, we consider the role scientists should have in governing bodies, and Dr Hobbs offers advice to young scientists who want their research to have a real impact on society.
Kirsty McLean investigates the daunting world of false memories and memory manipulation.