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Honeycomb plastics offer a peek into future of smart prosthetic design say University of Glasgow engineers
A new form of lightweight, impact-resistant plastic-based ‘honeycomb’ structures which can sense when they have been damaged could find use in new forms of ‘smart’ prosthetics and medical implants, its inventors suggest.
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Boeing getting ready for lift off with NMIS
Work is progressing at pace to refurbish and kit-out the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland’s newest facility at Westway Park in Renfrew, part of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland.
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Get curious about innovation with Glasgow Science Centre
Curious About Innovation will celebrate the innovative spirit in all of us, and how that spirit can change the world. The three-day programme includes live talks, interviews, games and resources.
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University of Strathclyde system to be demonstrated as part of EU-funded research project
The €6m project to trial greener, more efficient ship propulsion and steering system is now underway.
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University of Glasgow developed recyclable ‘veggie’ battery could power future devices 
A new type of 3D-printed battery which uses electrodes made from vegetable starch and carbon nanotubes could provide mobile devices with a more environmentally-friendly, higher-capacity source of power.
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University of Strathclyde projects win funding to unlock marine wave energy potential 
A project which takes inspiration from the fins of marine animals to design flexible material Wave Energy Converters is one of two led by Strathclyde to be awarded a share of £7.5m funding.
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University of Strathclyde Partnership To Deliver New 5G Cloud Core Network To Fuel Innovation
The Scotland 5G Centre will deliver a pioneering new private 5G Cloud Core network to underpin 5G research and development efforts, building on Scotland’s reputation as a leading innovator in rural connectivity.
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CAN DO Innovation Summit 2021 – The Online Edition 
On the 3rd of February 2021 we welcomed nearly 1000 delegates from Scotland and across the globe to the first online edition of the national CAN DO Innovation Summit. We’d like to take this opportunity to share our successes and learnings from this year’s virtual offering.
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