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GCU study shows promise in tracing groundwater contamination pathways
Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) and Trinity College Dublin have demonstrated that yeast could prove a suitable vehicle for tracing paths taken by groundwater pollution.
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Potential health risks of PFAS in E-cigarettes explored by GCU
New research seeks to shine a light on potential health risks associated with electronic cigarettes and a group of chemicals notorious for their presence in food, beverages, and various environmental samples worldwide.
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Glasgow Caledonian University joins ‘Scotland Beyond Net Zero’ partnership
Glasgow Caledonian is to join a ground-breaking initiative that brings together key Scottish universities to address the critical challenges posed by the climate emergency.
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GCU ground-breaking AI program could revolutionise drug discovery
A researcher at Glasgow Caledonian University has developed a computer program that swiftly identifies molecules that complement each other well – a breakthrough that could significantly accelerate future drug development.
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GCU student scoops Graduate Apprentice of the Year for Engineering at Scottish Awards
Mark, who combines work with studying BEng (Hons) Engineering (Design Manufacture) at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), took home the top prize at a ceremony in Aberdeen.
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Glasgow Caledonian University’s 12-month co-design project for net-zero
Researchers are embarking on a 12-month project which engages the people of Glasgow in the design and implementation of policies, initiatives and strategies aimed at transitioning to a net-zero carbon economy in a way that is fair and equitable for all members of society.
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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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