For most people the idea of losing a limb is horrifying. Even worse is the idea that we would have to self-amputate in order to survive.
Category: Life Sciences
On Tuesday 7th June in the Barony Hall, over 500 students, staff and visitors attended the University of Strathclyde Research Day.
Researchers believe they have found a link between the relative lengths of your index and ring fingers and a predisposition to the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
Evidence has shown that only humans and great apes have self-recognition – the ability to recognise themselves in a mirror – a cognitive facility that has so far eluded the common monkey.
A new hope for male infertility treatment
Bethan Lowder delves into the DNA of her ancestors.
Faye McLeod tells us why cake and coeliac sufferers don’t mix
Jenny Herbert gives an insight into pneumonia and the need for new vaccines.