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Strathclyde low-cost sensor to help Kenyan agriculture
A low-cost sensor system to detect nutrients in soil for improved fertility is being developed by researchers to help tackle food insecurity in Kenya.
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City of Glasgow College navigates entrepreneurship with education summit
City of Glasgow College has been awarded a grant through the Scottish Ecosystem Fund 2023-24 to host a Summit on Entrepreneurship Education. The two-day event, which will take place on 11 and 12 March 2024.
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Glasgow University partners with South Korea on Quantum Tech
University of Glasgow researchers have partnered with Sung Kyung Kwan University (SKKU) in the Republic of Korea for a major new international partnership in quantum technologies.
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New University of Glasgow tool to help police improve rape investigations
A new tool for police forces to improve rape investigations has been created by UofG academics as part of the UK Home Office funded Operation Soteria.
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University of Glasgow develops revolutionary AI-powered robot guide dog
Blind and partially sighted people could soon receive help to find their way around indoor spaces from chatty robot guide dogs currently in development.
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University of Glasgow explores the transformative impact of XR tech in education
UofG has today officially launched its white paper on the benefits and challenges that immersive technologies like virtual reality can bring to education.
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University of Glasgow AI tech to protect marine life
A new system that harnesses the power of AI to accurately model how sound waves travel underwater could help reduce the impact of noise pollution on marine life.
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University of Glasgow unveils smart skin tech: a breakthrough in temperature sensing
University of Glasgow researchers are leading the charge on the next generation of ‘smart skin’ sensors, which are set to massively improve the measurement of temperature.
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