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Stroke self-management network to address research and practice gap
Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University are developing a new network to promote stroke self-management and, specifically, to bridge the gap between stroke self-management research and practice.
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Strathclyde University lift the Question of Science Trophy
Strathclyde University’s Chemical Engineering department have been crowned Science Champions of the World after they pipped the competition at the post at Glasgow Science Centre’s A Question of Science Quiz.
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Researchers aim to prevent falls in older people with vision impairment
New research aims to adapt an evidence-based exercise programme for falls prevention among older people with vision impairments.
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Snow leopard spotted in Glasgow park
The latest in a series of sculptures commissioned to celebrate the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games was unveiled today, Monday, 20 October, in Springburn Park.
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East End residents turn homes into research labs
East End residents are turning their homes into research labs to help others cut their energy bills.
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Transnet staff complete railway operations management degrees with Glasgow Caledonian University
Transnet Freight Rail’s training drive steams ahead as first graduates complete UK-accredited degrees, diplomas and certificates in railway operations management.
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Melanoma research takes important step forward
Cancer Research UK scientists have shown that a fat molecule found in the body directs the most serious type of skin cancer to spread, according to research published in PLOS Biology.
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Nanofabrication expert wins prestigious physics award
A physicist based at the University of Glasgow has joined the ranks of some of the world's most celebrated scientists in being honoured with a rare award.
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