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University of Glasgow trial showing promise in slowing growth of bowel cancer
A new drug has shown promise in slowing the regrowth of tumours among some bowel cancer patients, according to new findings of a major trial involving University of Glasgow.
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University of Glasgow-led project to transform digital exploration of community and citizen histories
A University of Glasgow-led research project that will use artificial intelligence to explore digital community heritage collections across the UK has been awarded £3.6m as part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Towards a National Collection programme to create a unified virtual ‘national collection’.
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Glasgow welcomes its first ever Open Government Action Plan
Glasgow’s Open Government Action Plan has been developed following the council’s membership to the Open Government Partnership in October last year.
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Majority of Glasgow’s Spaces for People Measures Set to Stay
The City Administration Committee have voted in favour for the majority of Glasgow’s Spaces for People measures to become permanent, following consideration of an independent review which highlighted that much of the infrastructure can deliver lasting benefits including encouraging active travel and their potential to contribute towards meeting our wider…
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Rapid-robot delivery service coming to Glasgow with Amazon-Co-op partnership
Co-op is partnering with Amazon and extending robot deliveries as it seeks to more than double online sales by the end of the year.
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Glasgow to use technology to allow citizens to complain about overflowing bins
Glasgow public bins are to get QR codes so residents can complain instantly about overflowing litter.
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Glasgow to host ‘biggest ever’ British business trade mission during Cop26
The largest ever international trade mission hosted by a British business is to take place in Glasgow during Cop26, connecting companies to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable economy.
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COP26 volunteers to get ‘climate literate’ in time for global summit in Glasgow
As Scotland's Climate Week 2021 gets underway and the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference draws ever closer, Glasgow City Council has announced the roll out of a special climate change training programme to some of its COP26 volunteers.
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