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GCU tackles resistant bacteria with £100,000 research study
Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are to work on a £100,000 study which will be used to develop best-practice guidelines to support antimicrobial resistant screening nationally.
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UWS researchers and Scottish-based engineering company awarded STFC Global Challenge Futures grant
The University of the West of Scotland's (UWS) Institute of Thin Films, Sensors and Imaging, in partnership with Torishima Service Solutions Europe Limited, has been awarded STFC Futures funding to carry out a proof-of-concept study in doped amorphous car
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GCU and Stream to develop smart wireless sensors
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) and communications technology company Stream Technologies are collaborating on research to develop a self-powering sensor interface for low power radio devices, such as environmental and power sensors, eliminating the n
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Glasgow welcomes Cleantech Innovate Scotland 2015
Glasgow is getting ready to welcome the Scottish showcase of a programme of events specialising in early stage commercial green innovation – Cleantech Innovate Scotland 2015.
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ESPGHAN choose Glasgow and the SECC for 2019
The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) has chosen to bring its 4,200 plus delegation to the Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC) and Glasgow following submissions from five other cities and a mem
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Scottish Device Developers’ Conference
The Scottish Device Developers’ Conference is an event that brings together many of the Scotland’s top hi-tech engineers and computer scientists.
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£10m deal to locate Scotland’s most powerful research-focused MRI machine in Glasgow hospital
Glasgow has acquired one of the world’s most-powerful magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines for clinical research following a £10m deal.
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Living Liebig’s laboratory legacy
Writing for Glasgow City of Science this time around is Kirsty Martin. Chemist, Justus von Liebig starts-off a series of posts over the coming months on important figures in science down the years and how they've impacted on our work today: "Whose Shoulde
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