Tagging proteins in human cells with a small sugar molecule could help understand neurological diseases, according to a team of scientists in Scotland.
University of Dundee
Scientists have used old aerial images and drone photography to show the scale of ice loss from some of Iceland’s largest glaciers.
A refugee who fled war and built a new life in Scotland has developed technology to help identify the gender of war victims who have few remaining features.
An enzyme has been found which scientists believe could prevent a group of infections blamed for 500,000 deaths each year worldwide.
Handshakes lasting longer than three seconds can trigger anxiety, negatively impact business meetings and affect the state of our relationships according to a new study.
A team of scientists has mapped out how immune cells respond to their environment to fight infections and destroy tumours.
Making important decisions on an empty stomach can lead to poor choices, according to new research.
Most children are likely to sleep through standard smoke alarms, a new study suggests.
The face of an indigenous Canary Islander – whose culture was wiped out six centuries ago – has been recreated using forensic techniques.
Volunteers are needed in the Granite City to train as lifestyle coaches for a research study.
An expert has refuted Gordon Strachan’s claim the Scottish national football team is “genetically behind” their competitors following their failure to qualify for the World Cup finals.