Alisha delves into the strange world of quantum tunnelling and how it may lead to spontaneous DNA mutations.
Lauren Taylor delves into the stimulating debate that Viagra could be a contraceptive.
Why are we here? Okay, that is a uselessly vague question; let me rephrase. Under what
mechanism did the stars, planets, life, and all that come about?
Everything you always wanted to know about Multiple Sclerosis*
(*but hadn’t thought to ask)
Louise Richardson journeys through the controversial issue of vivisection to identify practical ways in which scientists can improve the wellbeing of animals used in their research.
Li-En Tan introduces Marfan syndrome — a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissues (the glue in your body), and explains the associated cardiovascular complications.
It is becoming increasingly obvious that for many diseases, the idea of a one size fits all approach is coming to an end. Instead, a precision approach targeting an individual’s unique genetic code is the way ahead. In this cover article for the August 2016 GIST magazine, Alisha Aman delves into stratified medicine and the important role that researchers and clinicians in Scotland are playing in paving the way forward.
Derek Connor explores the world of chemistry taking place in your kitchen every time you cook a meal and looks at why it may be better to take your food out the oven a little sooner than you may normally.