Blog| 10/05/2023
Professor Ryan Gilmour explains that while 'synthetic' organic chemistry may be controversial, it's behind the development of many vitally important medicines.
Blog| 05/05/2023
Emma Congreve, Deputy Director and Senior Knowledge Exchange Fellow at the Fraser of Allander Institute discusses the impact of Brexit on trade in goods, services and labour.
Blog| 04/05/2023
Professor Gill Reid highlights the new research which could reduce the amount of radiation required in medical imaging.
Blog| 16/03/2023
Is there a way to break the constitutional deadlock in Scotland, a path forward that could unite pro-independence and pro-UK parties and supporters?
Blog| 23/03/2023
Prof Jim Gallagher on the Brown Commission's substantial constitutional change, which lies on the horizon for an incoming labour government.
Blog| 23/02/2023
What checks and processes might be necessary to manage the Anglo-Scottish border in the event of independence in the EU?
Blog| 10/02/2023
Scottish tech sector leader Carolyn Jameson reflects on how the industry has evolved and looks to opportunities ahead to be more creative in solving economic and societal challenges.
Blog| 16/02/2023
An independent Scotland would have two viable currency choices: continued use of £GBP or the establishment of a new Scottish currency.
Blog| 26/01/2023
Dr Eve Poole considers the importance of reflecting human agency, values, and our 'junk code' in developing advanced artificial intelligence.
Blog| 19/01/2023
Professor Andrew Manches considers the effects of technology and increasing screen time on children – questioning our fears and dystopian visions about its proliferation in children's lives.
Blog| 17/01/2023
Professor Lee Cronin questions the hype around AI, highlighting some fundamental misconceptions, but looks to a future where it could have a key role in drug discovery.
Blog| 13/01/2023
Dr Atoosa Kasirzadeh contrasts the opportunities and ethical challenges with the advancement of machine learning and generative AI.