Jana presents the Homeward Bound leadership initiative which aims at building a global network of 1000 women in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math & Medicine) to influence policy and decision making as it shapes our planet.
Category: Life Sciences
Dzachary leaps into the realm of mycology, as he sheds some light on the prevalence of chytridiomycosis infections in amphibians, caused by fungal agents.
Audrey interviews Laura Bücheler, University of Strathclyde graduate and Co-Founder of one of the top 500 deep-tech startups, GHOST – Feel It, and provides a glimpse into the exciting world of medical device innovation.
Sara Berent discusses the rise of antibiotic resistance, and efforts made by Glasgow students to raise awareness and funds.
From stray hairs to our DNA, Miriam Scarpa outlines developments made by nano-sizing tweezers.
It’s not just about looking cool on social media – practicing yoga poses can shape our brain!
Alexandra Brumwell reviews China’s ban of tiger bone and rhino horn trade.
Dzachary shares his insight into the biochemistry of green tea catechins and how they can potentially protect us against influenza.