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Grounds to create global change

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To mark International Zero Waste Week Scott Kennedy, co-founder of Revive Eco and member of Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre, shares how the company stops used coffee grounds going to landfill.

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Learning to fuel the growth of a more sustainable world

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Rachel Clark from the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) encourages students into science to help save the planet.

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The Scottish Government’s ambitious climate change targets will boost our bioeconomy

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Ian Archer, technical director at the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre, explains why the commitment to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions is good news for the planet and good news for biotechnology.

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Showcasing Projects with Industry

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A poster presentation and networking event at Engage with Strathclyde will demonstrate the benefits of collaboration between industry and students. Some 40 projects will be on show including SME carbon audits, treatment of land contamination, environmental management, Green Network Strategy and hydrogeology projects overseas.

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Glasgow’s Green Year 2015; Biodiversity July!

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Biodiversity in abundance this July, writes the team at Green Glasgow, with lot's of great opportunity to get outdoors and explore nature around the city.

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Greenland360 expedition inspires climate change action

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Last year, a small team of geography students from Scotland organised their own expedition to Greenland to study the impact of climate change and to create public and educational resources. Writing for Glasgow City of Science, Cameron Mackay shares his personal story of some of the challenges facing our changing planet.

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News

   

GCU awards for South African rail staff

Nearly 200 employees of the South African rail transport agency Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) graduate...

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EE launches 5G in Glasgow and Hamilton

EE has switched on 5G in Glasgow and Hamilton, where customers can now receive the latest mobile net...

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Protein antibiotics offer new hope for fighting common crop diseases

Scientists have tested a new way to protect crops from a widespread and devastating bacterial diseas...

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Blog

   

Game of Drones: A Song of Boats and LiDAR

Drones in the sky, drones in the sea, drones on land. Could drones be doing more for you? At Art of ...

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Grounds to create global change

To mark International Zero Waste Week Scott Kennedy, co-founder of Revive Eco and member of Industri...

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Learning to fuel the growth of a more sustainable world

Rachel Clark from the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) encourages students into s...

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Events

   

Matt Dillahunty: Magic, Skepticism & Questions

Matt Dillahunty is well-known as one of the hosts of the popular Atheist Experience phone-in show (w...

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Anatomy Lab Live: Contagion

Enjoy a two-course meal before handling real organ specimens to learn about infectious diseases in a...

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Dying of Fright:'Voodoo Fright Death' & the evolution of emotion

A brief exploration of the spooky phenomenon of fright death, examining modern neuroscientific expla...

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