Monthly Archives: April 2011

Bite Sized Science: Monkey Puzzle

A new study has been published in Current Biology which offers evidence to suggest that monkeys have the capacity for both recognition and recall of simple shapes. Continue reading

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Sage Legislation

Today we welcome the implementation of new EU legislation relating to the registration of herbal medicines. Continue reading

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Fake ID: CrISIS

We would encourage those who have been following our Fake ID series on creationism and Intelligent Design to sign this petition Continue reading

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Bite Sized Science: Call of the Bonobo

A new Study from St Andrews University explores the communication abilities of Bonobos Continue reading

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More Events For Scottish Space Fans

New events have been added to the programme of Apollo 15 celebrations coming to Glasgow in May. Continue reading

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Creationism, Holocaust Denial and the ID Crowd

Keith Gilmour gives his account of the Edinburgh Science Festival event Creeping Creationism Continue reading

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Women’s Underrepresentation in Science

Hannah Little looks at the issue of womens underepresentation in science. Continue reading

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