Science Articles, Interviews & Questions

27 April 2019

A system to produce a hydrogel around grafted cells can revolutionise wound repair...

26 April 2019

Signs that multipartite viruses independently replicate different viral components in different cells

26 April 2019

A new study is probing the reproducibility of science at the level of the whole country...

26 April 2019

Blood samples can be used to determine gestational age...

26 April 2019

Evidence that government efforts to increase vaccine uptake do affect disease rates...

26 April 2019

How does the brain map a missing hand?

26 April 2019

Human beards contain more bacteria, and potentially more harmful bacteria, than dog fur, a study has shown...

26 April 2019

Matching more patients to treatments without any additional testing.

25 April 2019

Could a cancer vaccine, currently in dogs, make its way into humans?

23 April 2019

Hear about the experiment that rocked the world of genetics

23 April 2019

Beth Biller from Edinburgh's Institute of Astronomy brought something out of this world to the show

23 April 2019

Users of the earliest mobile phones had to go to some bizarre places to make a call...

23 April 2019

It's a race against the clock as our panel whizz through questions from the audience.

23 April 2019

Scientists can use good bugs to fights off bad bugs

23 April 2019

Imagine a world without anaesthetics... No thanks!

23 April 2019

Microbiologist Luke McNally brought a potent potion to the Edinburgh Science Festival...

23 April 2019

The martian myth that caused a lot of confusion...

23 April 2019

Chris Johnson from Glasgow University explains his favourite technology...

23 April 2019

Do the lumps and bumps on your head mean anything? Sophie Goggins busts the myths of Phrenology.

23 April 2019

Fingerprints can help catch a culprit, but what about their microbes?

23 April 2019

How can you see planets outside our solar system? Astronomer Beth Biller explains all...

23 April 2019

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a drone in disguise?

23 April 2019

Individual differences and interpreting online behaviour: harassment or over-sensitivity?

23 April 2019

Curator Sophie Goggins tells us about the odd x-ray machine to measure your shoes.