What can the science of mental health apps tell us about digital support during COVID-19?
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The detective and the scientist: clues in a patient’s DNA may predict their response to cancer drugs
Author investigates the use of ‘mini-organs’ to help deliver personalised medicine to patients in clinic
We sent Iona Macwhirter-Harley, our Head of Multimedia, along to the TEDxUofG conference 2020 at the Queen Margaret University Union. The theme was ‘Dear world…’
Nina Kratky investigates the different colours of noise and how they can help you wake up more refreshed!
Fighting blindfolded: Why testing is considered to be the ‘magic bullet’ to stop the spread of COVID-19
Sebastian Kirchner explains how the test for SARS-CoV-2 works and why it is considered so important in the fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Katrina attended the Glasgow Science Festival event ‘Modern Medicine and Death – an Unhealthy Relationship?’ last Summer. In the words of Lana Del Rey, “you and I, we were born to die” – so why does our society struggle so hard against the inevitability of death?
1st Year PhD Student, Henry Powell-Davies, in the Cronin Group (School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow) introduces us to Reactionware, an innovation in the use of 3D printing that presents a move towards a universally accessible and affordable platform for on-demand drug synthesis: Introducing Reactionware – the ‘Kindle’ for Chemistry…
Grace Nealon addresses the recent population decline and mass extinctions of hundreds of frog species around the globe.