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Ex-student donates £50m to University of Strathclyde
The donation from Charles Huang through his philanthropic foundation is also one of the biggest single donations made to any Scottish university.
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Glasgow-based Asda launches eco-friendly refill zone
A Glasgow branch of the popular supermarket has become the first branch in Scotland to offer pasta, coffee and toiletry refills to customers.
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Glasgow Science Centre recognised for sustainability efforts
The much loved charity and museum has been awarded a gold award by the Green Tourism organisation, which audits organisations’ environmental practices.
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Scotland’s month-long FinTech festival launches with events in Glasgow
More than 50 events will bring alive the impact of fintech leaders and capabilities which are shaping many elements of the emerging digital economy.
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Radio station launches Tech Hub in Glasgow
Global, Europe's largest radio company has announced that it is opening a technology hub in Glasgow, creating 30 jobs this year.
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Stagecoach marks Scottish Climate Week with net zero plan for country’s bus fleet
Stagecoach, the UK’s biggest bus and coach operator, is marking Scottish Climate Week with a plan to cut tens of thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions a year from its business as it targets a zero emissions bus fleet by 2035.
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Smart Hub Lanarkshire to show engineering and fabrication businesses the benefits of ‘cobots’
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Scotland’s engineering and fabrication sector can find out more about the benefits of collaborative robots – or ‘cobots’ – at a free event on Thursday 23 September.
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Amphibian foam used for drug delivery for first time
The research, involving three regional universities could help to combat the rise of antimicrobial resistance which occurs when bacteria changes over time and no longer responds to medicines.
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