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Partnership Set To Revolutionise Detection Of Cancer Through Artificial Intelligence
Work to provide radical improvements in the early detection of cancer through Artificial Intelligence is being developed through a new strategic partnership between iCAIRD and Paige, a global leader in AI-based diagnostic software.
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Scottish Study on COVID-19 Patients Could Change Future Heart and Lung Treatment
A ground-breaking study led by experts from NHS Golden Jubilee and the University of Glasgow into the effects of COVID-19 on Scottish patients in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) has confirmed evidence that the virus is associated with impaired function of the right side of the heart.
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University of Strathclyde Partners With US Firm to Lead Patent Portfolio for Pioneering Light Technology
The University of Strathclyde has partnered with US company Korrus to lead the patent licensing for its ground-breaking High Intensity Narrow Spectrum (HINS) light technology.
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Glasgow Firm Uses Tech To Provide Remote Eyecare Prescriptions
IbisVision, the Glasgow-based optical healthcare developer, is upgrading its technology to allow for remote eyecare prescriptions.
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Osteoporosis Patients Should Not Be Afraid To Exercise Regularly Says GCU Expert
People with weakened bones (osteoporosis) shouldn’t be afraid to exercise regularly, says a consensus statement drawn up by an expert panel on how to maximise bone health, reduce risk of fractures and improve posture.
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Strathclyde Research Shows Blood Vessels Use “Short Cuts”
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.
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GCU World-Leading Blood Borne Virus Research Team Clinch International Real Impact Award
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.
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University of Glasgow Study Offers Hope for Former Footballers at Risk of Dementia
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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