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GCU student scoops Graduate Apprentice of the Year for Engineering at Scottish Awards
Mark, who combines work with studying BEng (Hons) Engineering (Design Manufacture) at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), took home the top prize at a ceremony in Aberdeen.
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University of Glasgow engineers boost AI research in UK electronics
Engineers from the University of Glasgow are lending their support to a new research hub which aims to bring the benefits of AI to the UK electronics industry.
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UWS AI partnership tackling global water shortages
A company using artificial intelligence (AI) to save billions of litres of water has partnered with University of the West of Scotland (UWS) to further enhance its technology.
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Self-driving cars must learn the language of cyclists to keep roads safe says University of Glasgow research
Future generations of self-driving cars should learn the language of cyclists to help them safely share the roads with bikes, new research suggests.
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Three Strathclyde projects win funding to support sustainable future of space
Three projects at the University of Strathclyde to tackle the problem of space debris have won funding of more than £500,000 from the UK Space Agency.
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UWS Innovation targets worldwide water leaks
Millions of litres of water lost from leaking underground pipes could be saved through an innovative solution developed by pioneering technology company FIDO Tech and University of the West of Scotland (UWS) academics.
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NMIS and Boeing officially open new R&D facility in Renfrewshire
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland and the world’s largest aerospace company have officially opened a new research and development facility within the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland.
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University of Strathclyde partners in two new UK manufacturing research centres
The University of Strathclyde is a partner in two of five new digital manufacturing research centres receiving nearly £25 million of UK government funding.
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