DxCover, A clinical-stage diagnostics firm founded out of research carried out at the University of Strathclyde has raised almost £10 million for its novel technology for early detection of multiple cancers.
The West of Scotland Innovation Hub, hosted by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, has been piloting a project that leverages Microsoft’s Holoportation communication technology to allow clinicians to carry out the consultations remotely in 3D.
Medical device specialist Nebu-Flow has secured £1.7m in an oversubscribed funding round led by Foresight Group, aimed at furthering the commercialisation and delivery of their next-generation respiratory pharmaceuticals.
The study – led by the University of Glasgow’s Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences (ICAMS) and published in Clinical Nutrition -- found that krill oil supplementation of four grams per day could have beneficial effects on skeletal muscle function and size in this age group.
New research led at the University of Strathclyde’s Vascular Imaging Centre has shown that these cells use a sophisticated system to communicate with each other. Failures in this communication system may be the first step in the development of cardiovascular disease.
Glasgow Caledonian University Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses research group have clinched the 2021 Emerald Publishing International Real Impact Award – Mobilising Research into Action category – for demonstrating impactful results through incredible collaborative working for their world-leading HIV and hepatitis C prevention research in people who inject drugs.
The landmark £1.3M study will explore whether any differences in brain health among footballers might benefit from management of known dementia risk factors designed to try and reduce their risk, a world's first.
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