Strathclyde-supported biotech company secures major investment
A Strathclyde start-up which converts shellfish industry waste into high-value, chitin-based products, including biodegradable food wrap, has secured significant investment from one of the UK’s largest renewable energy and cleantech project developers.
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Strathclyde study could help to defend humans and crops from yeast infection
Clues to the mechanism of yeast infections, which present risks to both humans and crops, have been identified in research co-led at the University of Strathclyde.
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Strathclyde spin-out company aims to save global healthcare over £600 million a year
Pharmaceutical firm Fitabeo Therapeutics is about to start pre-clinical trials of its first two products, developed using its oral thin film drug delivery system. The stamp-sized, soluble film is intended to provide slow-release medicines to those who have difficulty swallowing traditional pills and capsules.
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Students driven to success in inaugural year of Formula 1 Engineering Scholarships
Two Strathclyde scholars are among ten to be selected for prestigious Formula 1 Engineering Scholarships.
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Strathclyde Principal elected International Member of National Academy of Engineering
Sir Jim McDonald, who is currently President of the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng), has become one of only 310 International Members of NAE which is amongst the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.
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Two international quantum networks to be led at University of Strathclyde
After securing funding worth a total of £1million, The University of Strathclyde will lead two international quantum technology networks.
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Island distillery and wind industry supply chain specialist awarded Knowledge Transfer Partnerships with Strathclyde
A whisky distillery, r&b dISTILLERS, on a tiny Hebridean island is one of two companies to receive a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) to work with the University of Strathclyde.
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Three Strathclyde projects win funding to support sustainable future of space
Three projects at the University of Strathclyde to tackle the problem of space debris have won funding of more than £500,000 from the UK Space Agency.
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