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Glasgow Caledonian University’s innovative project transforms sewage waste into renewable energy
A pioneering project spearheaded by Glasgow Caledonian University aims to tackle the age-old problem of wastewater treatment head-on, potentially revolutionising the way we deal with residues.
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GCU research highlights creative spaces’ role in community wellbeing
A Glasgow Caledonian University psychology researcher is exploring the importance of creative spaces for reducing loneliness and improving social cohesion in Scottish communities.
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Glasgow Caledonian University drives innovation with entrepreneurship initiatives
Glasgow Caledonian University is making significant strides in entrepreneurship, with successful participation in programmes aimed at nurturing the development and commercialisation of groundbreaking technologies.
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Glasgow Caledonian University launches innovative Biomedical Lab for hands-on student experience
Glasgow Caledonian University has teamed up with a local private laboratory to provide students with a unique opportunity to see how a working biomedical laboratory operates.
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Glasgow Caledonian University researchers inform WHO’s new Stroke and Parkinson’s rehab packages
An internationally-recognised team of experts from Glasgow Caledonian University have contributed to the development of the recently launched World Health Organization (WHO) Rehabilitation Packages for Stroke and Parkinson’s Disease.
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Revolutionising Public Transport: Glasgow Caledonian University’s New Project to Boost Electric Bus Range
Glasgow Caledonian University is to be part of an ambitious project which will look to harness kinetic energy from the airflow generated by electric buses in a bid to enhance their operational range.
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GCU graduate lands IMechE prize
On the recommendation of a university head of department, the award is given to a final-year undergraduate student who completes an outstanding research, development or design project in mechanical engineering. Ruaridh’s prize will include a certificate and medal.
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GCU researcher inspired by mum to tackle chronic pain in the workplace
A health researcher at Glasgow Caledonian University was inspired to launch a study into tackling the problem of chronic pain in the workplace after witnessing his mum’s suffering for years.
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