The experiences of people in Sub-Saharan Africa during the coronavirus pandemic are to be recorded by Glasgow Caledonian University researchers with the aim of changing future government and NGO thinking.
A leading stroke charity has awarded Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researcher Dr Christine Hazelton five years of funding to improve the lives of people who suffer vision problems after a stroke.
Whether it is researching vaccines, helping to understand more about how the virus works, designing and developing equipment, or utilizing new technologies, the response across the city region has been truly inspiring.
Threats to cyber security are now evolving so rapidly that organisations are struggling to keep on top of them – but two researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University believe they have found a solution.
The first Common Good Lab in Europe is to be set up by a Scottish university in one of the most disadvantaged areas of the UK. The innovation is to be established by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in Milton, in the north of the city.
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