“The early detection of disease could be a critical missing step in our attempts to cure this disease” Dr Jenna Gregory of the University of Aberdeen
FastBlade: World’s First Rapid Testing Facility For Tidal Turbine Blades
Based in Rosyth, Fife, the £4.6 million facility, FastBlade, was officially opened on Friday, 13 May 2022.
Farcical Carbon Accounting Systems #COP26
“Some of the carbon accounting systems and evaluation processes in the UK are farcical and inadequate, lagging well behind net zero thinking and creating a structural barrier to implementing effective solutions.” – Prof Ian Thomson
The Sound of Invisibility
Objects can be made invisible by manipulating the acoustic field in such a way that the listener no longer perceives them.
‘Lead The Way’ Women’s Hockey Supporting Mental Health
” During one of our discussions, we talked about mental health in hockey, especially over the lockdowns, and about what our clubs had done to help members and support people.”
Biological Switch Helps Animals Make The Seasonal Changes Crucial For Survival.
“Fluctuations in hormones and behaviour are part of a delicate biological orchestra that is crucial to life.” Professor Simone Meddle
When Fast Swimming Aquatic Crocodiles Hunted The Seas
“The ancient aquatic crocs developed unusual inner ears after modifying their skeletons to become better swimmers.”
Detecting the Cause of Strokes
a new approach which could revolutionise the way doctors manage strokes caused by bleeding in the brain, known as intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH).