Only 10% of tickets remaining for return of award-winning #ArtofPossible
There is now only around 10% of tickets remaining for next week's in-person event from the award-winning series, Art of Possible, of which Glasgow City of Science and City are proud curators - grab yours quick to avoid disappointment!
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GCU Professorial Lecture explores how to improve your health and save the planet
Professor of Health Behaviour Dynamics in the School of Health and Life Sciences, Sebastien Chastin, will deliver his online inaugural Professorial Lecture on Tuesday, May 10, 2022.
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GCU Masterclass with Professor Nicola Steedman
Glasgow Caledonian University’s Masterclass series brings world-class speakers to the University to share expertise and ideas, join the Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Nicola Steedman, on 27th April 2022 as she shares her career journey, insights and advice she has learned along the way.
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New ‘tech fest’ for Glasgow to boost Scotland’s technology sector
‘Glasgow Tech Fest’, run by innovation hub Glasgow City Innovation District (GCID), will offer the tech community “valuable insights” from industry experts into topics such as developing talent, current market dynamics within the tech sector, product-market fit, and high-growth scaling and investment.
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Clyde Nurses Pick Up Top Award
A team of NHSGGC nurses have been recognised for their work with patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease) in Clyde Sector.
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IBioIC to host 8th Annual Conference for inclusion
IBioIC’s Annual Conference is the largest industrial biotechnology conference in the UK and attracts an ever-growing cohort of key figures across policy, industry, and research and academia.
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Circular Spotlight Series … with Royal Bank of Scotland
The Circular Glasgow Network presents a new event series for 2022 – Circular Spotlight Series.
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Global study maps out ocean areas most affected by light pollution
The study, involving University of Strathclyde finds that up to 1.9 million km2 of the world’s coastal waters are being exposed to biologically significant levels of artificial light.
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