A University of Glasgow spinout company has received a substantial award from the European Union Malaria Fund, to extend their world-leading malaria research into a drug that will hopefully, one day, cure malaria and prevent the disease from spreading.
The new device and drug combination is set to improve the lives of those requiring treatment and help reduce the strain on hospital beds by removing the need for patients to spend up to 10 days in a ward.
New research, published in the journal Patterns and led by the University of Glasgow’s School of Psychology and Neuroscience, uses 3D modelling to analyse the way Deep Neural Networks – part of the broader family of machine learning – process information, to visualise how their information processing matches that of…
A pre-spinout speciality pharmaceutical company formed at the University of Strathclyde has scored a double success after winning a national award and securing a grant of £200,000 from Scottish Enterprise (SE).
Three Scottish tech for good entrepreneurs have been selected for the Startup Summit Competition final. The entrants will pitch for a top prize worth over £100,000 in front of hundreds of attendees at this year's Startup Summit, taking place online and in-person.
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