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Hitting cancer's self-destruct button

Welcome to the first issue of Science Scotland, a new project devoted to the inventiveness and vision of Scottish scientists. Scotland has a large and well proven history of original thinking and pioneering research…

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Hitting cancer\'s self-destruct buttonPipeline leak detection system mimics the human bodyRecord Growth Anticipated for Scottish Biotech

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Hitting cancer's self-destruct button A Scottish scientist has identified an Achilles’ heel in cancer cells which could signify a global change in cancer treatment, and her groundbre...

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Pipeline leak detection system mimics the human body When an engineer from Aberdeen University got a paper cut while reading research papers on the train, it lead to a Eureka moment that could save the o...

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Record Growth Anticipated for Scottish Biotech Another multi million pound contract boosts Scotland's booming biotech industry and confirms Japan's appetite for Scottish scientific research. A re...


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