Congratulations to Dr Dylan Clements, Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedics and leader of the Dogslife research project. on winning the PetPlan Veterinary Research Award.
New European research consortium will use next-generation breeding technology to produce safer, healthier and resource-efficient farmed fish.
Parkinsonís patients could be helped by fresh insights gained from studies of tiny tropical fish.
VALUE-Dx is an Innovative Medicines Initiative consortium project involving the University of Edinburgh, that will combat antimicrobial resistance and improve patient outcomes.
Scientists have discovered a change in the genetic code of Border Collies that is linked to sudden blindness.
Scientists at The Roslin Institute will investigate the role genes play during sepsis infection thanks to funding from Sepsis Research.
Do your bit and take part in Earth Hour 2019 this Saturday 30th March at 8.30pm.
Have a creative spark or fun, innovative idea? New for 2019 is the opportunity for more local individuals and groups to be involved in Midlothian Science Festival.
Eight aspirational female-led Scottish companies have been shortlisted as finalists for this yearís AccelerateHER Awards.
The 2019 Converge programme is now open for applications and the Converge search is on for new academic entrepreneurs.