Sunday, January 17, 2021
Humpback whales Kershaw - Research News Scotland

Humpback whales impacted by climate change

CLIMATE change is impacting the breeding success of humpback whales in the Gulf of St Lawrence a new study has shown.The new research, led...
2020 Cheque by Fiona Edwards - Scottish News

Woman raises more than £88,000 from tablet since 2003

A WOMAN has raised over £88,000 for cancer research by selling the sugary treat tablet.Fiona Edwards, has been making and selling tablet since 2003...
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RAB-Microfluidics secures £1.24m investment round led by Eos Advisory

A SCOTTISH research and development company has secured over £1m in its latest investment round.Aberdeen based RAB-Microfluidics  secured 1.24m in finances  in their latest...

Drugs most commonly used to treat high blood pressure does not increase the risks...

SCIENTISTS have said that drugs most commonly used to treat high blood pressure does  not increase the risks of COVID-19 for patients.The research co...
A whisky distillery - Food and Drink News Scotland

Whisky industry and biotech innovators collaborate to find new sustainable solutions

A NEW project looking at how to extract maximum value from whisky by products will launch this week.The Whisky Project looks at how to...
An image of social media apps - UK Government News

UK Government takes major step towards delivery of an Online Harms Bill

FRAMEWORK for a future a bill that holds social media platforms more accountable for child safety is set to be announced today by the...
A shop full with vegetables - Research News UK

New research suggests Vegans save more time and money than meat eaters

VEGANS meals are said to cost less than those who eat meat and fish according to a new study.The new study found that plant...
Health News UK - Deadline News

Poverty linked to higher risk of Covid-19 death, study suggests

A STUDY has found that people living in Scotland's porrest areas are more likely to be affected by severe Covid-19 and die from the...
University of st andrew awrded £300,000 to help Peru fishermen- Business News Scotland

The University of St Andrews was awarded nearly £300,000 to help protect the livelihoods...

THE University of St Andrews has been awarded a grant of nearly £300,000 to help protect the livelihoods of fishing communities in Peru hit...
Families waste 6 years boiling brussel sprouts this Christmas - Business News UK

Families waste a total of six years waiting for Brussel Sprouts to boil according...

FAMILIES will waste a total of six years waiting for Brussel Sprouts to boil this Christmas according to a new analysis. Intu Evolution calculated the...
A stethoscope on a table - Research News Scotland

Scottish universities join forces to train young doctors

TWO Scottish Universities have joined forces to train young doctors in research relevant to the causes and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders.The Universities of Edinburgh...
Young woman opening box with lamp at home

Direct to consumer sales set to boost Scottish economy by £2.5bn

NEW financial research shows the Scotland is set to have a £2.5bn boost due to a boom in manufacturers selling direct to consumer (D2C).The...
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University researchers scoop over €4 million in prestigious EU funding competition

A SCOTTISH university projects have been awarded millions in a prestigious EU funding competition.Two projects led by the University of Dundee researchers were awarded...
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Poll shows nearly half of parents won’t vaccinate their child

CONCERNING figures from a recent poll conducted on Facebook by a childcare company have shown a large number of people do not plan to...
Education News Scotland - Deadline News

Academics awarded major cash grants to help with research at top Scots university –...

Three top research grants have been awarded to academics at the University of St Andrews by major national funding body, the Leverhulme Trust.Professor Rhiannon...
Dr Neil Kirk, from Abertay University - Research News Scotland

£15,000 laboratory launched to study Dundee dialect

AN ONLINE laboratory has been launched looking to explore how dialect and laguage get stored in the brain, with a focus on Dundee brogue.Dr...
People walking in Glasgow - Research News Scotland

New research shows Scots are worried about being rude during Covid-19

RESEARCH has found that the majority of people living in Scotland have faced a socially awkward-situation while trying to follow Covid-19 rules.The research commissioned...
Sharon Tonner-Saunders, from The University of Dundee - Research News Scotland

University sign language project awarded top prize

A SIGN language project has been awarded a top prize at the British Council's eTwinning Awards Ceremony.Named as project of the year, the University...
Fans at a sporting events - Research News Scotland

Study suggests sporting fans would feel safe at events

A NEW study has revealed that fans have confidence in the organisers of sports events to keep them safe during fixtures.The report consisting of...
The new organic LED's - Research News Scotland

Scientist’s LED discovery could advance brain science

SCIENTISTS have discovered a new way of making the most durable, lightweight and thinnest light source.The scientists claim this could revolutionise the future of...
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