Hydrogen has shown much promise as a green fuel. Pim Frederix investigates how the production of hydrogen can become even more environmentally friendly.
Diamonds, beyond their notorious rarity and allure as jewellery, may soon form the heart of the electronic systems that will enable next generation satellite communications and deep space exploration missions.
Ruaridh Clark reports on new developments in miniature satellites and research using them at the University of Strathclyde.
Paul McCool looks at the rapidly changing worlds of advanced prosthetics.
Could reintroducing wolves reinvigorate the landscape of the Scottish Highlands? Simon Gill investigates the effects of bringing back this icon of the wilderness to modern day Scotland.
The GIST’s Cornelia Eisenach, Andrew Farrell and Lydia Murray met the organisers of Glasgow Café Scientifique to talk science, the public and the media.
Maddy and Gavin team up to discuss the possible agents behind a zombie uprising. A common feature in many sci-fi movies, games and books, is the zombie a scientific possibility?
We here at The GIST have been hard at work for the past several months, and are now proud to finally present to you the first issue of The GIST magazine.