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Remote assessment of health by robots – from anywhere in the world
Intelligent sensing and tele-presence robotic technology, enabling health practitioners to remotely assess a person’s physical and cognitive health from anywhere in the world, is being pioneered in research co-led at the University of Strathclyde.
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Four University of Strathclyde entries named finalists in Converge Challenge
Four entries from the University of Strathclyde have been named as finalists in academic company creation programme Converge which aims to uncover emerging spinouts and start-ups, acting as a catalyst to accelerate the creation of innovative products and services that will improve lives and safeguard our planet.
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5G remote robotics tech with worldwide potential rolls out in Scotland
One of the first demonstrations of remote robotics in higher education has attracted worldwide attention after its debut by University of Glasgow.
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World’s first stand-alone 5G network introduced at the Silverstone British Grand Prix
Alongside BT Sport, Vislink and Dorna Sports - The University of Strathclyde helped beam the British Grand Prix to a global audience on the world's first private standalone 5G network for sports broadcasting as part of a ground-breaking collaboration.
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University of Glasgow team develop real life star trek holodeck
A piece of science fiction technology could be one step closer to reality with a new development in touchable holograms by a University of Glasgow team.
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University of Glasgow scientists track cattle with GPS to better understand disease risks in East Africa
The study will work with farmers from rural areas of Tanzania to develop a better understanding on how to develop effective strategies for controlling a host of diseases.
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GCU scientists reveal blueprint to help eliminate Hepatitis-C
Scientists have revealed a new method of delivering hepatitis C testing and treatment to people who inject drugs which will help bring the world a step closer to eliminating the virus.
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University of Strathclyde part of consortium aiming to develop sustainable aircraft
The university has partnered with Loganair, Rolls-Royce and the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) for the six-month project aiming to develop more sustainable aircraft capable of short-haul operations across the Highlands and Islands.
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