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Heat pumps could reduce biogas carbon footprint by 36%
An alternative source of heat could significantly reduce the carbon footprint of a process which turns food waste into power, new research from University of Glasgow suggests.
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Drone and manufacture inspection companies win Strathclyde entrepreneurial awards
Airspection and InProcess have been named as winners of the Stephen Young Entrepreneurship Award, presented annually to support Strathclyde’s emerging entrepreneurs.
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Glasgow ultrasound sensor specialist signs partnership agreement with US medtech firm
Novosound, which brings its technology to emerging industrial and medical applications, will work with Nasdaq-listed company PAVmed Inc., as it expands into the North American healthcare market.
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Ambulance Service enters strategic partnership with University of Glasgow
The Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) and the University of Glasgow have entered into a new strategic partnership that will see the two prominent organisations collaborate in order to address key healthcare challenges.
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NHS Golden Jubilee celebrates robotic milestone
NHS Golden Jubilee has performed 1,000 robotic orthopaedic joint replacement procedures as the national Board continues to provide pioneering treatment to support patients across Scotland waiting for hip and knee replacements.
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Glasgow school receives ‘digital wellbeing’ award for cyber resilience and online safety
The High School of Glasgow received the Special Recognition Award for Digital Wellbeing for Cyber Resilience and Internet Safety from Digital Schools Awards Scotland.
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Strathclyde led solar microgrid fuels increase in Malawi’s school pupils
A ScotGov funded project, led by University of Strathclyde to connect rural villages in Malawi to the national grid fuels fivefold increase in school pupils.
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Glasgow green-tech start-up that recycles used coffee grounds bags £375,000 investment
Revive Eco, a Glasgow-based start-up has secured a £375,000 investment to commercialise a process to recycle coffee grounds into a sustainable palm oil alternative.
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