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University of Glasgow research provides hope for neurodegenerative disease treatment
Scientists from University of Glasgow have found a new drug treatment that can slow the progression of neurodegenerative disease in mice.
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Increased funding to mitigate rising costs of bioeconomy innovation
The Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) has launched a new call for funded feasibility studies, with an increased grant limit reflecting the rising costs of crucial early-stage research and development activities across the bioeconomy.
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GCU food scientists drink in success
Food science researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University have carried out a study into the benefits of a new prebiotic water.
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Constellation Project to generate space data enters final phase
A three-year space project involving Strathclyde to develop an innovative satellite constellation service to help meet a growing global demand for space data has launched into the final phase.
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M Squared reveals quantum computing breakthrough
Prototype unveiled of the UK’s first commercial neutral atom quantum system.
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Three GCU professors take the reins of world-leading health research
Three Professors from the School of Health and Life Sciences have spoken of their new leading roles and their plans to build on Glasgow Caledonian University’s outstanding impact of world-leading health research.
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Advanced quantum computers exhibited at UK-wide showcase
Some of the UK’s most advanced quantum computing systems, developed by M Squared and the University of Strathclyde, are to be displayed at a national event.
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University of Glasgow study shows water flow can affect survival of fish offspring
The study – led by an international collaboration between CRIOBE (French Polynesia) and the University of Glasgow, and published today in Functional Ecology – found that the survival of fish born from parents living under high water flow was reduced by half compared to fish born from those living under…
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