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Global Pairing Aims To Thwart Child Exploitation
The brain might also have a microbiome – what you need to know
Nostalgia hasn’t always been a tool for manipulating our emotions – it was once a medical condition
Research initiative to build collaborative and creative AI futures
Study Pinpoints Cell That Helps Liver Heal
Inherited Traits Can Be Overstated, Study Shows
Walking for transport at least once a week may help some older people live longer: study
New Method Could Cut Waste From Drug Production
A Nasa rover has reached a promising place to search for fossilised life on Mars
National Centre To Tackle Rare Lung Diseases
Dementia Patients At Risk From Antipsychotic Drugs
Pioneering Research Wins Prestigious EU Funding
£20m Boost For Drive To Improve Child Safety
Peter Higgs was one of the greats of particle physics. He transformed what we know about the building blocks of the universe
Teen Study To Track Loneliness In Digital Age
Funding Boost Supports Future Cancer Experts
Survey Sizes Up Forth Valley’s Very Own Versailles
Clocks Going Forward Can Catch Investors Napping
Squirrelpox Virus Spreads North Of Central Scotland
Wristband uses echos, AI to track hand positions for VR and more
Study Explores Inability To Form Mental Images
Tool Detects Early Signs Of Motor Neurone Disease
Gum And Old Fridges Aid Bid To Cut Plastic Waste
Children May Overestimate Smart Speakers’ Abilities
Innovators triumph at national knowledge exchange awards
University awarded £30 million to train the next generation of science and engineering researchers through four new Centres for Doctoral Training
Lowered Red Meat Intake Would Hit Climate Goals
Young people are losing sleep over energy drinks – but a ban won’t be enough to protect them
Trial shows ‘wonder’ material can be developed safely
Historical musical innovator awarded science prize
Trust in NHS advice key to Covid vaccine uptake
Game changing gene therapies focus of £14m research hub
England’s oldest became frailer during austerity
Universities secures £12 million boost for AI innovation
Virus ancestry could help predict next pandemic
Archaeological evidence of seasonal vitamin D deficiency discovered
Extreme weather influencing mortgage payments 26 January
Extreme weather influencing mortgage payments
Global study to spur new liver cirrhosis medicines
A&S grad wins Marshall Scholarship
Shipwrecks offer insights into subsea ecology
Experts urge global action on child sex offences
ISU researchers discover crucial step in creating blood stem cells
We followed 14 ‘long haulers’ for 3 months. Here’s what they told us about living with long COVID
HKUST and Tsinghua University Jointly Organize International AI Forum
Projects using data for good awarded medals
Screen team plays starring role in £75.6m deal
Test aids emergency diagnosis of heart conditions