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UWS researchers secure prestigious Carnegie research grants
The Carnegie Trust for Universities in Scotland has awarded Carnegie Research Incentive Grants to eight early career researchers at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS).
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Glasgow Caledonian University opens Scotland’s first MS doctoral training centre
Glasgow Caledonian University has become Scotland’s first MS Doctoral Training Centre helping people with moderate to severe multiple sclerosis (MS) manage their symptoms with physical activity.
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Innovative heart failure device could prevent hospitalisation, Glasgow study finds
A brand-new monitoring device for patients with heart failure may be able to detect signs of fluid overload, and could be used to monitor patients and help prevent hospital admissions, according to a new study
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University of Glasgow signs MoU with Palestinian university to support medical teaching
The University of Glasgow has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Arab American University Palestine (AAUP).
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New digital pharma manufacturing facility opens in Paisley
The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre is a collaboration between CPI, the University of Strathclyde and founding industry partners GSK and AstraZeneca with funding provided by Scottish Enterprise and UK Research and Innovation.
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NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde research and innovation trials recover to pre-pandemic levels 
Hundreds of new medical research studies and trials started in Greater Glasgow and Clyde last year, with the number and overall recruitment recovering to its pre-pandemic level. 
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University of Glasgow spinout Nebu-Flow secures £4.7M investment for next-gen inhalable drugs
The company's nebuliser platform has been developed to provide a number of advantages over existing technologies, and tackle a main cause of death and disability worldwide.
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University of Glasgow report highlights rise in substance use in adolescent
Alcohol is the most commonly used substance, while vaping is now more common than cigarette smoking among young people, according to a new WHO/Europe report coordinated by researchers at the University of Glasgow
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