Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bite Sized Science: Cetacean needed

The Scottish government has been criticised for it’s new plans to protect Scotlands Seal population which would only provide protection for half of our harbour (or common) seals. Continue reading

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Psychobabble: Faking it online

Who can you trust on the internet to be who they say they are? Continue reading

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30 Years of AIDS

2011 is the 30th birthday of AIDS and a convenient point to reflect on the impact of this devastating infection, to scan the horizons to see what might happen in the future, and to push for even greater investment and collaboration in the future. Continue reading

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Psychobabble: Expert Education

Does being an expert make you a better teacher? Continue reading

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Health Ranger jumps shark

Mike Adams believes there is a conspiracy to stop you eating cucumbers. Continue reading

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Bite Sized Science: The Bowels of Scotland

Health inequalities are an issue of growing concern particularly in Scotland. Continue reading

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The Origin of the Stay-at-Home Dad

It is a commonly held view among people today that the lives of prehistoric man was very similar to that of 1950s America. The women stay at home with the kids and the men go out to provide. But does the evidence back up this view? Continue reading

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