New ‘tech fest’ for Glasgow to boost Scotland’s technology sector
‘Glasgow Tech Fest’, run by innovation hub Glasgow City Innovation District (GCID), will offer the tech community “valuable insights” from industry experts into topics such as developing talent, current market dynamics within the tech sector, product-market fit, and high-growth scaling and investment.
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Alter Technology opens Photonics Design Centre in Technology & Innovation Centre
Alter Technology TUV Nord has opened a Photonics Design Centre in Glasgow, at the University of Strathclyde, to accelerate the commercialisation of photonic products into quantum technology and space markets.
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Strathclyde leads £1.25M project to build a diverse energy research community
The University of Strathclyde will lead the IGNITE Network+ which aims to tackle the lack of diversity in energy research by harnessing the talents of researchers from all backgrounds.
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Strathclyde study hundreds of schoolchildren to help diagnose speech disorders
The University of Strathclyde-led Variability in Child Speech project will work with around 500 children in primaries one, three and five in the Glasgow area over a three-year period to help identify and diagnose speech disorders.
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Seven Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Awards for Strathclyde
The University of Strathclyde has received seven Research Awards from the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) – more than any other institution.
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Glasgow Universities to help Scottish water sector get to ‘net-zero and beyond’ by 2040
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde & Glasgow Caledonian University will lead research streams alongside academics from Heriot-Watt University and the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology to accelerate the transition to net-zero and maximise the positive social outcomes of the transition.
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University of Strathclyde storytelling AI to improve wellbeing of people with dementia
The storytelling technology will aid memory recollection, boost confidence and combat depression in people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other types of dementia.
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Real-time weld defect identification demonstrates the power of collaboration
A new University of Strathclyde involved technology to identify weld defects in minutes will save time and cost in high-integrity fabrications for nuclear new build projects and other quality-critical applications.
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