Born in Paisley in 1766, Alexander Wilson is a towering figure in the history of the natural sciences though he's never really had the recognition for his achievements in his native Scotland. Until now.
Getting recognition for Alexander Wilson
Pioneering imaging technique to track effects of nanomedicines
Academics at the University of Strathclyde are set to use atomic force microscopy to study nanotechnology's role in drug delivery which could transform the way patients are given medicine in the future.
Stem cell injections trial in stroke patients 'encouraging'
A clinical trial at Glasgow's Southern General hospital that saw stem cell treatment on the damaged parts of the brains of five disabled stroke patients has had 'encouraging' results.
Funding for research at Scottish universities and continuing support for Science Centres and festivals
Additional funding to support world-leading research at Scotland's Universities was recently announced by the Scottish Government, totalling £13.8 million.
Community Windfarm Opens in Neilston
Scotland's Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon officially opened the £15.6 million, four-turbine Neilston Community Wind Farm on 13th May 2013.
New Ambulance Staff Following Investment
New ambulance technicians are set to start work across Scotland following a £6.8 million investment.
Glasgow Physicists Make 3D Images Without A Camera
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have developed a technique for making low-cost 3D images without the need for a conventional digital camera.
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