Julia Salafranca questions the current dynamics in academia regarding work-life balance.
Grief has been described as the price we pay for love, when love is defined as commitment to someone or something over a long lasting period of time. Nadia Georgoula explores the potent physical cost of grieving as a social animal in a socially-distanced era.
With nearly 1 in 2 postgraduate students experiencing mental health issues during their PhD, Zoë Ayres challenges universities to actively address the rising postgraduate mental health problem.
With the new academic year just beginning, getting the right balance of “good” stress at the right time could be the key to you nailing your coursework and exams.
Recent findings from Glasgow University suggest a biological link between ageing and living in a stressful area. Kirstin investigates.
It’s not just about looking cool on social media – practicing yoga poses can shape our brain!
Diagnosed with depression at the start of her PhD and with research revealing 1 in 2 PhD students has a mental health condition, Audrey shares her experience and how to access help should you need it.
In our first ever documentary, theGIST investigates how researchers at the University of Glasgow are making the science of stress less stressful.