Strathclyde leads £1.25M project to build a diverse energy research community
The University of Strathclyde will lead the IGNITE Network+ which aims to tackle the lack of diversity in energy research by harnessing the talents of researchers from all backgrounds.
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Green light for Glasgow’s active travel network
Plans to build a City Network of active travel infrastructure for all parts of Glasgow have been approved by the council's City Administration Committee.
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University of Glasgow research hub to boost Glasgow’s transition to climate resilience
The £10 million project aims to support our 2030 net zero target, and is designed to regenerate the River Clyde region and help other cities in their missions to adopt green solutions.
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Powering The Future: Glasgow Science Centre hosts interactive Climate Pop-Up at the St. Enoch Centre
One of Scotland’s leading educators in climate science, Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) will hold a free half-term pop-up event in the St Enoch Centre, from Saturday February 12 until Wednesday February 16.
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Glasgow to create largest solar farm for any Scottish airport
Glasgow Airport has announced plans for what will be the largest solar farm at a Scottish airport as part its ongoing commitment to decarbonising its infrastructure and achieving net zero by the mid-2030s.
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Glasgow to be home to first-of-a-kind hydrogen storage project
The new trailblazing hydrogen storage project at Glasgow's Whitelee Wind Farm has been backed with nearly £10 million in funding to provide zero-carbon fuel for clean energy storage.
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First Minister launches COP26 international maritime hub at Glasgow’s super college
The First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, has officially launched City of Glasgow College’s International Maritime Hub as Glasgow hosts COP26.
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Barack Obama visits University of Strathclyde
The former US President visited the University of Strathclyde to join a roundtable discussion with young leaders attending COP26.
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