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To SHARE is to care about development of precision medicine in Scotland
A project aimed at encouraging the public to allow any spare blood left over from routine sampling to be retained has been launched in Glasgow.
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How can we improve the survival of patients with end-stage liver disease?
A two day special conference on tackling the multifaceted condition of End-Stage Liver Disease is to be held in Glasgow from 25-27 September 2015.
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Smartphone app makes texting easier
A smartphone app that makes texting and emailing much easier – particularly for older people and those who have difficulty spelling – has been created by University of Strathclyde researchers.
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Next generation of high power lasers being developed by researchers
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde are developing groundbreaking plasma based light amplifiers that could replace traditional high power laser amplifiers.
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World’s first medical education hackathon comes to Glasgow
AMEE Hacks, the world’s first medical education hackathon, will see healthcare professionals and hackers undergo 48 hours of intense innovation to create the future of medical education.
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Glasgow based company wins share of £18 million medical innovation fund
A project to develop a device that patients can use at home to monitor for lung infections caused by bacteria and fungi, led by a Glasgow based company, is one of twelve to receive a share of £18 million of government support announced in August by Minist
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City Deal Cabinet approves first stage of £900million funding
The Glasgow and the Clyde Valley City Deal Cabinet has approved the first stage of funding for £918million worth of infrastructure projects in the area.
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Leap made in farmed salmon health through selective breeding
A new study has found that salmon can be selectively bred to be resistant to sea lice.
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