A tetraplegic man in France has been able to walk while wearing an exoskeleton controlled by his brain signals.
The Government is to inject £200 million into UK companies developing life-saving treatments for diseases like cancer and Alzheimer’s, Boris Johnson has announced.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have joined Sir David Attenborough for the official naming of a polar research ship the public voted to call Boaty McBoatface.
FEATURE: Why 1980s children’s TV legend Johnny Ball is still ‘thinking of numbers’ ahead of Dundee University talk
Ahead of an event at Dundee University, legendary 1980s children’s TV presenter Johnny Ball tells Michael Alexander why he still wants children to ‘open their minds’ to maths and science.
A clinical trial led by Dundee University has found that lung cancer can be spotted earlier and diagnosed more precisely with the help of a blood test.
More than 1,000 public pledges have boosted a near-£1 million campaign to keep the notebooks of Angus scientist Sir Charles Lyell in the UK.
Scientists who have completed a DNA investigation of the waters of Loch Ness have said that one theory about its fabled monster “remains plausible”.
The best way to protect your food from swooping gulls is to give them a ‘hard stare’, say scientists
Worried about how to protect your seaside chips from pesky gulls? Scientists believe the answer lies in an old-fashioned stare-down.
The president of the Royal Society of Edinburgh has written to the Prime Minister to voice the scientific community's fears over a no-deal Brexit.
A wasp which has never been seen in Scotland before has made its home at Loch Lomond.