Kate Haining takes a look at a new report has laid bare the ever-increasing disparities between Glasgow’s least and most deprived neighbourhoods.
Most people have a very clear image in mind of what ADHD looks like — but do they really? Annabell investigates the current underdiagnosis of ADHD in girls and women and explores where this imbalance stems from.
Stephanie Churcher takes a look at how man-made ‘mini-brains’ could help in the quest to treat Parkinson’s.
Few materials have revolutionised industries such as aerospace the way that carbon fibre has, but what is it and how can it contribute towards a more sustainable future – Maisie Keogh finds out more
10,000 years ago, woolly mammoth and giant ground sloth roamed the Americas. Katy takes us back to a moment in time when humans literally crossed paths with these Ice Age beasts.
Australia’s natural dangers are not just limited to its animal life – Jennifer Sibbald discusses the plant molecules responsible for a nasty sting.
Annabell discusses the future of COVID-19 by looking at past pandemics and how they may help to predict how much longer the disease will impact our lives.
Can our gut influence our wellbeing? Carolina Guidolin discusses the collection of microbes in our gut, known as “the good microbes”, and their importance in psychiatry.