Craig McInnes talks about the on-going campaign to force the publication of all clinical trial data and asks you to get involved too.
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Ryan Imrie writes about the ‘TomTato’
Emma Woodham explores the recent discovery of a new and mysterious family of giant viruses
Scientists need to get off their imaginary pedestals and connect with people, suggests Vikki Smith. London’s Natural History Museum is an incredible place for a scientist. I had fun exploring the collections a few...
The memories of scandals such as Climategate are still fresh and could lead the general public to question the morals of scientists. However, there is now evidence suggesting that even thinking about science can lead to moral behaviour. A paper published in the journal PLoS one demonstrates possible links between exposure to science and moral or pro-social behaviours.
Cubesats – small (1 to 10 kg), cuboid satellites that can be launched into space cheaply – are something of a Strathclyde University and Glasgow speciality, with the StrathSEDs project developing new designs and Clyde-Space manufacturing them locally.