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Space event to showcase sector’s potential to help save the planet

A POPULAR space sector event is hosting a special edition that will examine the industry’s responsibility to protect the planet from the climate emergency. On...

Music making tuning up peoples wellbeing in lockdown according to new study

MUSIC making has been associated with an increase in better mood and a sense of community during the first Covid-19 lockdown according to a...

New research collaboration to look at drug treatments for diseases

A RESEARCH collaboration aiming to discover and validate the next generation of drug targets for immunological diseases has been announced. The University of Glasgow has...

Genetically tailored therapy marks adolescent asthma breakthrough

RESEARCH on asthma therapy has found that tailoring treatment to adolescent patients according to their genetic make-up can improve the control of the disease. Results...

Scientists warn vaccine re-design is inevitable after latest findings

SCIENTISTS have warned that the need for vaccine re-design may be inevitable after new data found a mutation that could impair neutralising antibody responses.  The new...

Glasgow COVID-19 drug screening hub receives £2.5m in funding

A NEW Coronavirus drug screening and resistance hub project has received £2.5m in funding to establish a "national resource." CRUSH (Covid-19 Drug Screening and Resistance...

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