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Survey reveals sarcoma cancer patients welcome remote ‘telemedicine’ consultations
Patients being treated for sarcoma, a rare type of cancer, report positive attitudes to ‘telemedicine’ – remote consultations with doctors – according to a new survey conducted by University of Strathclyde and the Scottish Sarcoma Network.
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Strathclyde students shortlisted in global design challenge
Two University of Strathclyde teams have reached the Grand Final of a global competition where students design real world solutions to issues faced by two coastal communities in Peru.
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Scientists from Glasgow help discover new source of gravitational waves
University of Glasgow, and Strathclyde are part of an international network of scientists who have picked up the ripples in space-time caused by a neutron star and a black hole – for the first time.
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University of Strathclyde signs up to Glasgow charter to tackle climate emergency
The University has pledged to help make Glasgow one of the greenest cities in Europe by becoming a signatory of The Sustainable Glasgow Charter.
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Success for Glasgow at Higher Education Awards
It was a fantastic night for Glasgow's regional universities and colleges at the sixth Herald Higher Education Awards.
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Strathclyde scientists developing low cost, saliva based COVID-19 test inspired by diabetes test
Researchers are developing a rapid, low cost and mass manufacturable saliva-based biosensor test for COVID-19 inspired by the glucose test strips used to check blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.
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University of Strathclyde study shows new Covid variant increases hospitalisation but vaccine continues to protect
The Delta variant of COVID-19 is associated with approximately double the risk of hospitalisation compared with the Alpha variant, according to a new nationwide study involving the University of Strathclyde.
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Strathclyde Scientists innovative COVID-19 testing collaboration
Scientists from the University of Strathclyde have demonstrated a low-cost sensor that can detect fragments of the virus responsible for COVID-19 within wastewater.
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