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CENSIS supports project for new prostate cancer test
A university spin-out is aiming to revolutionise the way men are screened for prostate cancer by providing more accurate testing at an early stage, leading to reduced patient anxiety and more efficient diagnosis.
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Educational software company collaborates with Scotland’s largest college
An educational software company founded by a former schoolteacher from the Isle of Skye has signed a collaboration agreement with Scotland’s largest college that will help students and tutors to exploit the benefits of online learning.
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Study launched into COVID-19 long-term health impacts
A major UK research study into the long-term health impacts of COVID-19 on hospitalised patients has been launched.
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DNA breakthrough in alcohol-related liver disease
International research led by scientists at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has found a new link between DNA and the risk of alcohol-related liver cirrhosis.
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Arthritis drugs found to be effective in treatment of disease
A condition which causes deformity of the hand – leading in the most severe cases to impairment and disability – can now be successfully treated by using drugs developed in recent years for the treatment of different forms of arthritis, researchers at the University of Glasgow have found.
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iKEN: Innovating in a Crisis
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Glasgow’s iOpt nets pioneering council tie-up to improve tenants’ lives
Glasgow-based tech innovator iOpt has won a tender worth up to £1 million to install real-time monitors in social housing stock – in a partnership “believed to be the first of its kind in Europe, if not globally”.
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Conference focus on research to fight lung disease
Progress towards improving knowledge and understanding of Scotland’s third-biggest killer disease – which is 62 percent more prevalent in East Ayrshire - has been highlighted at a conference hosted by University of the West of Scotland.
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