Clippings and other Publications
Morris, R.G.M. and Lathe, R. (1996). Thanks for the memory: How the brain remembers. Edit, University of Edinburgh, Issue 10, pp 26-29.
Response by F.H.K. Krenz to ‘Thanks for the Memory’
News in Brief (1998) Rabies eradicated in France. BMJ, 1 November.
Lathe, R. (1998) The universal model. Edit, University of Edinburgh, Issue 14, p14.
Lathe, R. (1998) It’s all greek to me. CNS Newsletter, University of Edinburgh
Lathe, R. (1999) All that glisters is not gold – Genes, transgenesis and behavior. EMBO-FENS Mouse Workshop.
News in brief (2001). Official – Rabies eliminated in France. Telegraph, 21 April.<
Lathe, R. (2002) Elba Workshop: Stress in Health and Disease. Background doc to 1. Eurosterone Array; 2. Antistress Hormones
Lathe, R. and Le Page, M. (2003) Toxic metal clue to autism. New Scientist, 18 June.
Lathe, R. (2003) See the broader picture. Autism File Issue 14, pages 19-22.
Lathe, R. (2003) There’s still brass in Yorkshire. Unpublished manuscript
Lathe, R., (2004) Endocrine abnormalities in autism. Unpublished manuscript
Lathe, R. (2004) MMR autism controversy; could both sides be right? Unpublished manuscript.
Lathe, R. (2003) Who discovered America anyway. Unpublished manuscript.
Ananthaswamy, A. (2003) No moon, no life on Earth, suggests theory. New Scientist, 18 March.
Lathe, R. (2005) Tidal chain reaction (TCR) and the origin of replicating biopolymers. Presented at: Astrobiology in Scotland, The Origin, Evolution and Distribution of Life in the Universe, St Andrews.
Lathe, R. (2004) Arthur of Dalriada revisited. Heroic Age, Issue 7, Spring 2004
Rix, J. (2006) Autism and pollution, the vital link. The Times. May 2nd.
Lathe, R. (2006). Y Carnethy. CHRC Magazine, December.
Editorial (2006) Heavy metals may be implicated in autism. New Scientist, issue 2553, 30 May.
Lathe, R. (2005-9). Pastel: A proposal to reflect recency in folder and file displays in Microsoft Windows. Published online February 2005
Dorminey, B. (2009) Without the moon, would there be life on Earth? Scientific American, 21 April.
Lathe, R. and Smith, D. (2015) Holocene relative sea-level changes in Western Scotland: the early insular situation of Dun Add (Kintyre) and Dumbarton Rock (Strathclyde). Heroic Age 16, 1–12