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Big Apple trip takes GCU blood cancer research to next level
Blood cancer expert Dr Mark Williams and senior PhD student Katie Miari have just returned from New York where they took their research into drug resistance in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) patients to the next level.
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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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GCU Professor explores electric vehicles project during trip to India
Glasgow Caledonian University Professor Emad Farrag has just returned from a visit to Chitkara University in the Punjab region to progress a joint project exploring the impact of electric vehicles on India.
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GCU collaboration identifies a new genetic risk factor for liver cancer
Dr Hamish Innes, an epidemiologist and biostatistician at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), has helped discover a new genetic risk factor for liver cancer.
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Glasgow Caledonian University renames building after Annie Lennox
Glasgow Caledonian University has renamed a building on its campus after singer and activist Annie Lennox.
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GCU welcomes European universities as part of sustainable fashion project
GCU will host more than 40 students and staff from Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Edhec, Universidad Villanueva and Universidade de Madeiram for a week of immersive experiences, visits and workshops this week.
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GCU professor presents awards for community eco project
Glasgow Caledonian University health expert Professor Sebastien Chastin presented Cadder Primary and Lambhill Stables Environmental Group with certificates for their winning 'Rocket Man' community eco film.
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GCU launch new psychology programme to help support children and young people’s mental health
Glasgow Caledonian University has teamed up with Sport Aberdeen to develop a new ProActive Minds programme designed to promote mental and physical health in children and young people across the city.
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