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Pioneering £8 million programme aims to reduce environmental impact of gas turbine jet engines
The University of Strathclyde is leading on an £8 million research programme which aims ultimately to reduce the environmental impact of aviation and power generating gas turbine engines (GTEs).
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Younger people hit hardest by COVID-19 lockdown – new research reveals
Younger adults and people with pre-existing health conditions are more likely to suffer anxiety, depression, PTSD and higher levels of worry as a result of the COVID-19 measures, new research has shown.
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Flagship college project helps cut pollution and boosts green credentials
City of Glasgow College has invested in equipment to compost an estimated 26 tonnes of food waste per year, on site.
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New app to target disproportionate BAME COVID deaths
A new mobile phone app to help reduce the disproportionate number of Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people affected by Covid-19 is being designed by a team of Scottish academics.
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GCU researchers suggest governments need to be honest with public as the world emerges from lockdown
Governments need to be honest with the public about the trade-offs being made to reopen large sectors of the economy post-lockdown, according to a newly-published paper by leading health economists at Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of British Columbia.
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Strathclyde researchers to tackle damaging plant disease
Scientists at the University of Strathclyde are working with partners to tackle one of the most damaging bacterial plant diseases in the UK, responsible for annual losses of £50m for the potato industry.
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UofG Part of new UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium
Scientists from the University of Glasgow will be part of a newly-launched UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium (UK-CIC), which aims to answer key questions on how the immune system interacts with SARS-CoV-2 to help us fight COVID-19 and develop better diagnostics, treatments and vaccines.
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Strathclyde at heart of 5G project to close the rural digital divide
A unique project to empower rural and poorly connected communities to build their own commercially viable and sustainable 5G wireless networks has been announced.
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