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Glasgow rated among most ‘AI-savvy’ cities in the UK
Glasgow came sixth in a poll of consumers asked whether they used artificial intelligence on a daily basis – outranking Belfast, Birmingham and London.
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Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre forges ahead in Sheffield
Just months after the AFRC established its outreach office in Sheffield, six major players have joined up.
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GCU study shows climate change makes violence against women in Malawi worse
Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University have found evidence that climate change is making gender-based violence and mental-health problems worse for the most vulnerable women in Malawi.
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Glasgow-based startups to count African Elephants from Space
Glasgow-based startups EOLAS Insight and Omanos Analytics have joined a project to help conservationists count African elephants from space.
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Strathclyde help Highland Games showcase the future of 5G broadcasting
A Highland Games in the heart of Scotland is at the forefront of a pioneering project trialling future broadcast production in remote locations using 5G and involving world-leading broadcasters and University of Strathclyde.
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The Business of Precision Medicine (opinion piece)
Opinion piece by David Bunton, Chair of the Board, Precision Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre & Chief Exec., REPROCELL
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University of Glasgow engineers aim to improve human-machine interfacing
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are setting out to find a new way to monitor and measure the tiny signals created when nerve cells transmit information to skeletal muscles.
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How Glasgow tech is helping fight HIV in South Africa
Shout-It-Now (Shout) a South African-based charity is working with Glasgow-based tech firm Simul8 to help maximise its resources to reach more vulnerable young women in South Africa.
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