2020 was nothing short of surprises. Diana reflects upon three major events that took place in 2020 and takes a closer look into how they might all be linked.
Regular eye tests offer early, non-invasive detection not just of ophthalmic problems but of a host of general health conditions that are increasing in prevalence during the COVID-19 pandemic. Given this, Siobhan McGeechan asks: why aren’t we prioritising eye care?
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.
Liam Macpherson discusses what we can expect from 5G networks and explains why coronavirus transmission fears are unfounded
Glasgow Science Festival’s Science on the Sofa begins on Wednesday. Frankie takes a look at the exciting programme of free online events.
The COVID-19 pandemic can pit parts of our mind against each other with one trying to obey lockdown measures and the other desperately trying to find social connection.
Online role-playing games invite players to become heroes, but Dzachary Zainudden proposes it has potential for teaching about pandemics within its virtual environment.
Laura Gordon investigates the biggest drop in global carbon emissions since records began.