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COVID-19: Our City Region’s Response so far…
Whether it is researching vaccines, helping to understand more about how the virus works, designing and developing equipment, or utilizing new technologies, the response across the city region has been truly inspiring.
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Scientists install sensors in Glasgow, Scotland schools to monitor greenhouse gases in real time
Scientists will install sensors in primary and secondary schools across Glasgow, Scotland to monitor levels of the greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon dioxide (CO2) which contribute to climate change.
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New Edinburgh and Glasgow university centres of excellence to launch with £146m backing
New centres are to be launched at the University of Edinburgh to pioneer fair financial services and University of Glasgow to put scientific research into clinical practice with a total of £146 million in funding.
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‘STOPGAP’ Ventilator could save lives ahead of hospital treatment
The University of Glasgow is to benefit from a £1m award from the Wolfson Foundation for its work on Quantum and Nanotechnology which will be a key focus of its new Research Hub in the Western campus.
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Wolfson Foundation awards £1m to Quantum and Nanotechnology
The University of Glasgow is to benefit from a £1m award from the Wolfson Foundation for its work on Quantum and Nanotechnology which will be a key focus of its new Research Hub in the Western campus.
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Student team win Global Prize for Innovation to tackle household pollution and climate change
Students from Strathclyde have beaten teams from around the world to win silver in the Efficiency for Access Design Challenge.
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Nine projects to tackle impact of COVID-19 receive £230,000 from Global Challenges Research Fund
Strathclyde is undertaking nine projects that seek to tackle various aspects of the impact of COVID-19 with £230,000 allocated by the UK Government’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).
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UWS Professor Desmond Gibson gives insight into cutting-edge technology for use in non-contact thermometers
Desmond Gibson is currently a professor at the University of the West of Scotland's Institute of Thin Films, Sensors and Imaging and at the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Science. He has thirty year's experience in thin film and sensor research, production and development.
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