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Interactive science project at Glasgow Science Centre puts public at heart of real-life experiments
The Citizen Science exhibit at Glasgow Science Centre, created by University of Strathclyde researchers, provides visitors with the opportunity to take part in real science experiments through innovative and interactive touchscreen kiosks.
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Glasgow researchers open registration for SAD workshops
People in the west of Scotland who suffer from ‘winter blues’ are being urged to sign up for a series of creative workshops, led by University of Glasgow, to help deal with seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
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Glasgow Warriors signs deal with Glasgow-based BrillBand
High-speed broadband start-up, Brillband, has signed a major sponsorship deal with Glasgow Warriors. Hundreds of households in Glasgow and Renfrewshire have joined the waiting list in hope of testing the firm’s tech.
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Strathclyde’s pioneering medical drone project wins award for Excellence in Technology and Innovation
A consortium involving Strathclyde researchers that will deliver what will be the UK’s first medical distribution network using drones has triumphed in the Scottish Transport Awards.
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Strathclyde Computer Science graduate wins Best Engineering Project prize
Callum Inglis, a Strathclyde Computer Science graduate has won the Best Engineering Project award at the 33rd annual Young Software Engineer of the Year Awards.
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Big Apple trip takes GCU blood cancer research to next level
Blood cancer expert Dr Mark Williams and senior PhD student Katie Miari have just returned from New York where they took their research into drug resistance in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) patients to the next level.
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New trial offers treatment hope for Crohn’s Patients across Scotland
Led by the University of Glasgow and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) in collaboration with hospitals around Scotland, the BIOPIC Study will evaluate the use of PEN (Partial Enteral Nutrition) — in which patients replace half of their normal diet with liquid-only prepared supplements.
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Strathclyde device to solve age-old problem of dengue fever
A device developed in a project involving the University of Strathclyde could solve the centuries-old problem of bringing dengue fever under control.
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