Mercury

Mercury is produced by Glasgow Science Centre to promote science issues in Scotland, to examine the factors facing scientists and engineers, and to profile the leading thinkers in industry, government and academia.

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Created on Thursday, 14 August 2014 09:41 | Written by Sharon Lyons

Mercury Issue 10

Game on! It's issue 10 of our Mercury Magazine. In this edition we talk to two of Scotland's top professors on the importance or regular exercise for a healthy life, talk to Diet Chef founder about the science behind calorie counting and look at the science behind cycle wear.


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The Importance of Scotland's Alternative Power Sources

Joss Blamire, a senior policy manager at Scottish Renewables, explains the importance to Scotland of the new alternative sources of power.


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Climate Change with Sir Walport

Professor Sir Mark Walport, the UK Government's Chief Scientific Advisor speaks to Mercury about Climate Change.


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Created on Thursday, 03 April 2014 13:14 | Written by Sharon Lyons

Mercury Issue 9

 'Keeping the lights on" Mercury Issue 9


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Created on Thursday, 06 February 2014 14:33 | Written by Sharon Lyons

Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre

 Professor Anna Dominiczak is one of the world’s leading cardiovascular scientists and clinical academics. Here she talks to Mercury about the plans for the major Centre for Stratified Medicine in Glasgow.


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Created on Thursday, 23 January 2014 15:33 | Written by Sharon Lyons

BBC's Ken Macdonald talks science

BBC Scotland's Science Correspondent Ken Macdonald talks science.


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Created on Thursday, 05 December 2013 10:44 | Written by Heather Reid

Heather's Forecast: More women in science

 GSC Trustee, Heather Reid OBE is a woman on a mission- to encourage more girls to study science.


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Mercury Issue 8

Created on Monday, 21 October 2013 00:00 | Written by Sharon Lyons

Mercury Issue 8

'A vision of the future' - welcome to the new look Mercury!


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