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Ongoing El Niño spells disaster for the world’s coral reefs

Richard Murchie investigates the effect global climate change is having on the world’s coral reefs.

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The solar system’s ninth planet

January 30, 2016 • Physical Sciences, Snippets • Views: 251

Becky Douglas discusses the solar system's potential ninth planet.

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The Secret to your Sweet Tooth

January 23, 2016 • Life Sciences, Snippets • Views: 132

Nina Divorty discusses the hormone behind your cravings

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Supply of Last Resort Antibiotics Dwindling

December 26, 2015 • Life Sciences, Snippets • Views: 476

Gabriela De Sousa discusses the increasing rates of antibiotic resistance within humans and livestock.

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You might forget a language – but your brain won’t!

December 15, 2015 • Snippets • Views: 376

Ida Emilie Steinmark discusses a new study which investigates the effect of a first language on brain activity when speaking a second.

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A Recipe to Reduce the Risk: Making Processed Meats Healthier

December 12, 2015 • Snippets • Views: 583

Nikita Grover discusses research carried out to combat the WHO's recent classification of processed meats as group 1 carcinogens

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Why Elephants Never Seem to Get Cancer

December 5, 2015 • Snippets • Views: 2235

Claire Harris investigates the cancer fighting abilities of one of nature's giants.

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Trialling new tech at MAKlab’s Makerspace on campus

December 3, 2015 • Snippets • Views: 597

Gabriela De Sousa visits the pop-up Makerspace workshop and reveals MAKlabs future plans on UoG campus