A DNA mutation linked to breathing problems in popular dog breeds has been discovered by scientists.
The fossil of a newly discovered species is further evidence of the existence of tiny dinosaurs with bat-like wings, scientists have said.
The physics behind what makes chocolate so smooth has been revealed by researchers studying a 140-year-old mixing technique.
Leading scientist hails Scotland’s united nations of discovery but warns Brexit risks an international brain drain from our labs
A knot of anxiety replaces the swelling of pride in Professor Dame Anne Glover as she looks at the portraits of some of Scotland’s leading women scientists.
A bizarre Frankenstein-style experiment has breathed life into the brains of pigs four hours after death.
The importance of teaching science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) to young children is to be explored by MSPs.
Edinburgh Science Festival opens on Saturday with a programme inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing.
Scientists at a Dundee university have been awarded a grant to pursue groundbreaking research into better food preservation to help tackle waste.
A pancreatic cancer trial that aims to match patients with more targeted and effective treatments for their tumours has recruited its 100th patient.
Rabbits prefer to eat plants rich in DNA, scientists have discovered.
The Chancellor is to unveil plans for a £200 million investment in cutting-edge scientific research when he delivers his Spring Statement on Wednesday.