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New £7M funding for global health research at University of Glasgow
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have been awarded a multi-million pound grant, to establish a new health research unit to help tackle health inequalities in Latin America.
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University of Glasgow next gen hearing aids could read lips through masks
An international team of engineers and computing scientists involving University of Glasgow have developed the technology, which pairs radio-frequency sensing with artificial intelligence for the first time to identify lip movements.
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Next phase of Strathclyde’s project to develop UK’s first medical delivery drone network launches
A consortium involving University of Strathclyde researchers that will deliver what will be the UK’s first medical distribution network has launched its next phase.
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Innovative incubators supporting people of Ukraine after successful Glasgow trials
An innovative new type of baby incubator, mOm incubators, that are compact, affordable and easily transportable are being used by neonatal teams in Ukraine after successful product trials in Glasgow.
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Student mental health set to benefit from new research hub
A network involving experts from the University of Glasgow & Strathclyde will help boost research into student mental health and wellbeing across Scotland.
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Strathclyde study shows children and teens more physically active but inequalities remain
Physical activity levels in children and teenagers across Ireland and Northern Ireland have improved slightly over the past eight years but not all children and teens have an equal chance to be active, new research involving the University of Strathclyde has found.
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University of Glasgow research leads to new treatment for cardiovascular death in patients with heart failure
A medication, commonly used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, has been found to significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular death in patients with heart failure. A team of international researchers also found that the same drug was able to reduce worsening heart failure.
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New major trauma app checks vital signs of Glasgow-based patients
A new major trauma app is helping clinicians in Glasgow to provide ‘vital and timely’ care after it processed more than 500 patients digitally.
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