A virtual reality (VR) video gaming platform, developed by Scottish academic and engineering experts from University of Strathclyde and the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), could reduce rehabilitation time for patients with stroke, dystonia and sports injuries by 30%.
Intelligent sensing and tele-presence robotic technology, enabling health practitioners to remotely assess a person’s physical and cognitive health from anywhere in the world, is being pioneered in research co-led at the University of Strathclyde.
A new report, commissioned by ScotGov and led by University of Strathclyde, has called for investment in ‘port clusters’ in Scotland to support the development of a world-class supply chain for the floating offshore wind industry which could generate £1.5bn for the economy.
Four entries from the University of Strathclyde have been named as finalists in academic company creation programme Converge which aims to uncover emerging spinouts and start-ups, acting as a catalyst to accelerate the creation of innovative products and services that will improve lives and safeguard our planet.
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