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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards – Part 6
Find out the latest from the Strathclyde University team about the Shopping Trolley for the Elderly, in ‘Making It – Part 2’ as they show us classical engineering processes; sketching, teamwork, prototype and model making, investigating and problem solvin
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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards – Part 5
The Strathclyde University Prototype team are starting to get busy… in the fifth vlog they tell us about making prototypes and show us techniques, tools and devices they will be using to build the 2015 winning design.
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GCU launches Common Good First
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has launched Common Good First, a digital exchange of grassroots solutions to pressing social problems both in the UK and around the world.
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Scottish Genomes Partnership to receive further £6M investment
The Scottish Government has announced £6m of investment for the Scottish Genomes Partnership (SGP), a cutting edge medical research collaboration between Scottish universities and the NHS.
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Remanufacturing workshop to focus on standards and certification process
An upcoming workshop is to be hosted by the Scottish Institute for Remanufacture (SIR) in Glasgow to address the topic of standards and certification for remanufacture of products in the Automotive and Electronics sectors.
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Glasgow wins industry award ten times in a row!
Glasgow City Marketing Bureau has been named the UK’s Best Convention Bureau for a remarkable tenth consecutive year.
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The Genetics of Gregor Mendel: A Game of Seeds!
It wasn't that long ago that the notion of inheritance of characteristics through genes was somewhat fanciful. As Kirsty Martin explains, one green-fingered scientist's work in particular cultivated the bloom in genetics we see around us today.
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Researchers call for national guidance on ward visits during norovirus outbreaks
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) experts have called for a national policy with clear guidance on the use of temporary suspension of ward visiting hours during winter stomach-bug outbreaks.
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