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Scottish Cities, including Glasgow, show cutting-edge technology skills resurgence despite decline across UK 
The number of technology job listings in the UK has declined by 57%. Despite this, demand for skills in technologies such as artificial intelligence and quantum computing is seeing a resurgence in Scotland’s leading tech hubs, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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City of Glasgow College partnership seeks innovative solutions to digital health 
City of Glasgow College has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre - a national resource and Innovation Centre funded by the Scottish Government and the Scottish Funding Council. 
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Scottish start-ups in the running for global Impact Summit competition 
Startups LiberEat and SolarisKit are among the semi-finalists for the Impact Summit competition, a new international competition for ‘purpose-driven’ businesses.
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NMIS launches new scheme to support STEM graduates into employment amid pandemic 
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland will be offering 30 recent STEM graduates from across Scotland the chance to work with its engineers and researchers.
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University of Glasgow developed recyclable ‘veggie’ battery could power future devices 
A new type of 3D-printed battery which uses electrodes made from vegetable starch and carbon nanotubes could provide mobile devices with a more environmentally-friendly, higher-capacity source of power.
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Glasgow Airport introduces PCR and rapid COVID-19 testing at terminals 
New rapid COVID-19 testing facilities have been introduced at Glasgow Airport. The terminal-based facility offers both PCR and antigen testing for passengers currently travelling for essential purposes during lockdown. 
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University of Strathclyde projects win funding to unlock marine wave energy potential 
A project which takes inspiration from the fins of marine animals to design flexible material Wave Energy Converters is one of two led by Strathclyde to be awarded a share of £7.5m funding.
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University of Glasgow Study Shows A Slow Rate Of Change In The Evolution Of Covid-19 Virus
Scientists looking at the evolution of the virus that causes COVID-19, have found there has been very little ‘important’ genetic change observed in the hundreds of thousands of sequenced virus genomes.
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