Nina Kratky explores the notion of bacon and cheese as health foods.
Are AI doctors on the horizon? Lisa investigates the possibilities.
Whether good or bad, our memories reflect our experiences throughout our lives, but do memories shape us even from within our cells? Jennifer investigates.
Sean provides an overview of why using your mobile and having neck ache is blown out of proportion
Michael Turner celebrates 50 years since the first lunar landings and assesses the scientific legacy of the Apollo missions and the potential for future exploration of the moon and beyond.
Emily May Armstrong examines critically acclaimed book ‘Superior’ by Angela Saini, debunking racist science and the pillars upholding it
As part of the Pint of Science festival 2019, theGIST attended Creative Reactions: an exhibition of the work which Glasgow-based artists have made in collaboration with scientists, inspired by their current, cutting-edge research. Check out our video to catch a glimpse of some of the artwork as well as interviews with scientists, artists, and attendees from the event!
A roundup from the Pint of Science event “Identity and Psychology” Part 2