Patrick Hughes reports on some of the research on schizophrenia being carried out at the University of Glasgow
Category: Life Sciences
What on earth do viral Instagram cleanliness gurus have to do with the increase in allergies? Emily May Armstrong finds out.
Ailish explores oncoviruses, the group of silent pathogenic invaders whose cellular disruption has led them to become a leading cause of human cancers worldwide.
Roselle Smith explores the harm plastic waste causes to seabirds, and explains their difficulty in distinguishing plastic from food.
Sonya explores the field of embryo gene editing which
recently entered unexplored territory with a scientist’s
claim of creating the world’s first genetically edited babies.
Liam Rooney and Rebecca McHugh discuss the lesser known side of microbial co-operation and competition and how we can exploit this for our own benefit.
Caitlin investigates the controversial discovery of the DNA structure. What were the techniques used and were the correct people honoured for the discovery?
Obesity is not always recognised as a disease. Hearing from researchers, clinicians, and people with obesity, Kirstin Leslie investigates why the definition matters.