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Drug shows promise for motor neuron disease
Experts take long view to aid Olympians’ health
Corner shop tobacco sales halved in three years
Experts unearth hidden Van Gogh self-portrait
Astroonomers find most distant galaxy
Research scheme to boost healthcare in Lothian
Natural foods appeal to children, study finds
Prehistoric fish led by their nose
Blood test could predict future risk of leukaemia
Post-pandemic diet shifts could avert millions of deaths
Royal Society of Edinburgh research awards boost
Ten organisations account for half of all animal research in Great Britain in 2021
Human rights council president appoints Radhika Coomaraswamy of Sri Lanka to serve on Ethiopia rights body
Expert warns of hearing-loss diagnosis crisis
Personal insight may predict future health events for older people
Most stillbirth certificates are inaccurate
Firms inflate green energy claims, study finds
Astronomers discover how galaxies form through mergers
Award for research on Rett syndrome
Wild animals evolving much faster than previously thought
Vaccine campaign to free Indian state from rabies
Pandemic Science Hub to fight lung disease
Tidal blade facility at leading edge of green energy testing
Pupils boost fitness and memory from exercise
Mindfulness reduced stress, but didn’t change decisions: ILR research processes
Tiny devices pave way for self-charging smart tech
Invest more to cut bowel disorder hospital cases
Malaria parasite puzzle solved as ape origin found
Novel research gives more clues about minerals under pressure within earth or other planets
Novel research gives more clues about pressures within earth or other planets
Under pressure: tour-de-force joint neutron and X-ray experiment on an historic sample
Delirium linked to increase in hospital deaths
Childhood trauma linked to risk of adult crime
Changes to bird behaviour linked to climate change
Antibiotics affects gut microbes of newborns
Slow walk and memory issues may predict dementia risk
Regular paracetamol use linked to raised blood pressure
Bronze Age women led change in Orkney
Patient care aided by shared staff perspectives
Ovarian cancer’s advance slowed by drug
Six significant grants to solve world’s biggest killer – cardiovascular disease
Newborn infection linked with later infections
French artist’s work is turn-up for books
Collaborative research approach set to accelerate treatment of rare kidney condition
Proteins could be key to long and healthy life
Digital fixes can help creative sector flourish
Country houses research inspires medal success
Researchers study Milky Way’s ‘feeding habits’ in search of clues about its origins