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Research ties between Scotland and Australia could advance shipbuilding on the Clyde
Scottish and Australian researchers have struck a new agreement to strengthen collaboration on modern manufacturing methods that could be adapted to shipbuilding and marine operations underway in both hemispheres.
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Strathclyde report more Scots concerned about health & social justice than English counterparts
More people in Scotland are concerned about health and social justice than in England according to a chapter in the latest British Social Attitudes report from the National Centre for Social Research, written by University of Strathclyde expert.
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Strathclyde £3m project to improve adolescent health and wellbeing in Malawi
The University of Strathclyde has been awarded £3 million from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) to lead a project to improve adolescent health and wellbeing in Malawi.
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Next phase of Strathclyde’s project to develop UK’s first medical delivery drone network launches
A consortium involving University of Strathclyde researchers that will deliver what will be the UK’s first medical distribution network has launched its next phase.
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University of Strathclyde to join new national network to boost innovation
The Innovation Launchpad Network+ will bring together leading universities, the Catapult Network and regional innovation ecosystems to enrich the exchange of ideas and knowledge across these organisations.
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University of Strathclyde graduates on track to deliver first all-electric jet engine
Scottish start-up Mako Aerospace has teamed up with the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) to manufacture the world’s first all-electric jet engine, which could double the range of electric aircraft compared to current hybrid models.
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NMIS appoints former UKRI Challenge Director as Chief Executive Officer
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) has appointed former UKRI Made Smarter Innovation Challenge Director, Chris Courtney, as Chief Executive Officer.
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Student mental health set to benefit from new research hub
A network involving experts from the University of Glasgow & Strathclyde will help boost research into student mental health and wellbeing across Scotland.
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