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The Business of Precision Medicine (opinion piece)
Opinion piece by David Bunton, Chair of the Board, Precision Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre & Chief Exec., REPROCELL
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University of Glasgow engineers aim to improve human-machine interfacing
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are setting out to find a new way to monitor and measure the tiny signals created when nerve cells transmit information to skeletal muscles.
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How Glasgow tech is helping fight HIV in South Africa
Shout-It-Now (Shout) a South African-based charity is working with Glasgow-based tech firm Simul8 to help maximise its resources to reach more vulnerable young women in South Africa.
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Glasgow-based space accelerator catalyses multi-million pound investment
The UK Space Agency Space Accelerator Programme, delivered by Glasgow-based Entrepreneurial Spark, worked with entrepreneurs from all over the UK aged between 18-70, with business expertise in sectors such as aerospace, law, quantum technology, farming, environmental engineering, and healthcare.
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Strathclyde physicists ‘switch on’ the future for ultra-precise optical clocks
A major stumbling block in the development of portable ultra-precise optical clocks has been solved by an international collaboration of scientists, including the Universities of Strathclyde, Loughborough and Sussex.
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Interactive exhibition spotlights link between Glasgow’s consumption habits and climate change
The Consumed pop-up exhibition, a partnership between Zero Waste Scotland and Edinburgh Science, will be in George Square from Friday 12 to Thursday 18 August.
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University of Glasgow spinout receives £1m investment to advance lung disease treatment
A University of Glasgow spinout which aims to create more effective methods of treating lung diseases has secured a £1m grant from Innovate UK.
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Strathclyde among Quantum Technology for Fundamental Physics winners
Seventeen new projects including one involving Strathclyde will tackle fundamental research questions with cutting edge quantum technology.
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