Scientists doing stand-up, marine biologist-curated dinner parties, a giant outdoor screening of the Matrix and the science of mind-reading are just a few of the events in this year’s Glasgow Science Festival which returns with the biggest and most divers
Throughout the world, almost 40 million people are blind. Yet, 80% of blindness is avoidable! And most of this avoidable blindness is in low-income countries. Dr Mario Giardini from the Department of Bio-medical Engineering at the University of Strathclyd
ARCHIE-WeSt is a regional supercomputer centre at the University of Strathclyde dedicated to research excellence and wealth creation in the West of Scotland. Richard Martin explains how the centre is providing High Performance Computing capability for aca
Images of Research returns this May to showcase the work of staff and students at the University of Strathclyde. Grant Thomson and Rachel Clark from the Engage with Strathclyde team tell us where and when you can explore the exhibition in 2015.
The UK's largest event devoted to all forms of renewable & sustainable energy arrives in Glasgow between 6th and 7th May, with thousands of visitors from around 48 nations set to descend on the city for All-Energy 2015.
Dr Sean McGinty, a Research and Knowledge Exchange Associate at the University of Strathclyde's Department of Mathematics and Statistics writes for Glasgow City of Science on a SMART way to support solving real world problems.
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