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Glasgow research suggest stress sharing wearable tech could enable new forms of mental health support
Stress data collected by wearable tech and shared between close friends could help enable new forms of mutual care for mental health, research suggests.
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Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship for Strathclyde quantum computing researcher
A researcher in quantum physics at the University of Strathclyde has received a Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Senior Research Fellowship, to support an industrial partnership in the development of quantum computers with M Squared, with the potential to help discover new medicines and improve communications.
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University of Glasgow eye-tracking research peeks into the future of mobile interaction
A new study exploring how mobile devices can be controlled solely by the movements of users’ eyes could offers a peek into the future of gaze-based interactions with smartphones, researchers say.
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FinTech Scotland secures UK Government funding to accelerate innovation in financial regulation
The funding will advance research and innovation in financial regulation.
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Scotland 5G Centre event provides pathway to transform Scottish businesses
Taking place on 17th April 2023 at The Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow, The Scotland 5G Centre is holding an event, Transforming Your Business With 5G. The event will bring together key leaders in the 5G space to give Scottish businesses the opportunity to learn about the transformational benefits that…
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Glasgow-based challenger bank granted banking license
Alba, the SME-focused firm has been working towards approval over the last five years
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No longer just the art of the possible, it’s time to recognise 5G opportunities.
Kirsty Scott from the Scotland 5G Centre looks at how Scottish businesses can stay ahead of the competition by taking advantage of access to a private 5G network to trial product and solution ideas they have. The development of 5G in Scotland relies on the willingness of organisations to embrace…
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Glasgow’s Kelvingrove launches new tech for young people
My Stories is an interactive learning tool aimed at encouraging young people to engage with art and exhibits in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum - even allowing them to digitally overlay speech bubbles or emojis on paintings.
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