GUT BUGS: A new paper suggests diets that alter the presence of microbes in humans could combat obesity.
University of Strathclyde PhD student Jeannette Heiligers has struck gold at a prestigious competition in the House of Commons for engineering research.
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde, in collaboration with global engineering and construction management firm Parsons Brinckerhoff, and the National Grid, have landed a prestigious Brownfield Briefing Award for their work in tackling environmental contamination.
A Nobel Prize winner, whose research has produced major breakthroughs in cancer research, was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Strathclyde today (Wednesday, 14 November).
Ron Miles says a fly provided design inspiration for a microphone the size of three grains of sugar. It’s different from any other directional microphone on the market, WSKG radio reports.
Researchers from the Carnegie Institution are rolling out results from the new Airborne Taxonomic Mapping System, or AToMS, for the first time at the American Geophysical Union meetings in San Francisco.
Researchers used computer simulations and laboratory experiments to discover a reaction site on gold-titanium oxides that is responsible for high rates of catalysis relevant to biofuel and fuel cell reactions.
A team of brain cancer researchers has effectively treated brain tumor cells using a unique combination of diet and radiation therapy.
Researchers have discovered a toxin in community-associated MRSA that kills human cells.
From two Northern California labs comes a novel approach to corral the toxic RNA-binding protein that causes ALS and some forms of FTD...