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Strathclyde spinout awarded Scottish Enterprise funding
High growth start-up companies and university spinout projects will receive grants to help them grow in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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Proposal for observatory to detect gravitational waves
Researchers could detect more mergers of black holes and neutron stars with plans for a new flagship gravitational wave observatory in Europe moving a step closer.
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Researchers announce plans for security solution that traps cyber criminals in a virtual network
Researchers are developing a new cyber-security deception solution that uses artificial intelligence to lure hackers away and prevent breaches of network systems.
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Lung cancer study aims to improve treatment efficiency through unique medical imaging framework
Researchers are developing a unique medical image processing framework aimed at helping oncologists treat lung cancer tumours more effectively.
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Pioneering £8 million programme aims to reduce environmental impact of gas turbine jet engines
The University of Strathclyde is leading on an £8 million research programme which aims ultimately to reduce the environmental impact of aviation and power generating gas turbine engines (GTEs).
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Strathclyde researchers to tackle damaging plant disease
Scientists at the University of Strathclyde are working with partners to tackle one of the most damaging bacterial plant diseases in the UK, responsible for annual losses of £50m for the potato industry.
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Predictive modelling experts provide forecasts for Mauritius oil spillage salvage operation
Experts from Strathclyde are providing vital data modelling after a huge oil spillage off the coast of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean.
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Funding to develop geothermal energy plans for disused flooded coal mines
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde have won early stage funding to develop plans to tap into the geothermal energy contained within disused, flooded coal mines in Scotland.
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