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Glasgow Caledonian University researchers inform WHO’s new Stroke and Parkinson’s rehab packages
An internationally-recognised team of experts from Glasgow Caledonian University have contributed to the development of the recently launched World Health Organization (WHO) Rehabilitation Packages for Stroke and Parkinson’s Disease.
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Revolutionary baby surgery reducing operation times in Glasgow
The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Craniofacial Team at the Royal Hospital for Children have introduced a Scotland-first approach to Craniosynostosis surgery in babies less than four months old.
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Glasgow-based biopharma business attracts new funding
Aurum Biosciences has raised almost £730,000 in the first tranche of new equity funding aimed at developing its therapeutic and diagnostic technology.
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Strathclyde conduct first all-UK study which reveals consequences of missed COVID-19 vaccines
A new research study has found that 7,000 hospitalisations and deaths could have been averted in summer 2022 if the UK had had better COVID-19 vaccine coverage
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Ground broken at new health innovation hub in Govan
Representatives from the University of Glasgow, Kadans Science Partner and Morrisons Construction attended a ceremony to mark the start of works on the Health Innovation Hub in Govan
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Glasgow School of Art to drive transformation of medicine development through augmented reality
The University of Strathclyde’s medicines manufacturing research centre, CMAC, is delighted to announce the next phase in our strategic partnership with The Glasgow School of Art (GSA).
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Glasgow experts reveals overlap between autism and other types of neurodivergence
Three quarters of children (76.2%) who were diagnosed with autism also had traits of other neurodivergent neurotypes – including traits associated with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning and motor differences – according to a new study
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