The University of Strathclyde, insurance group AIG, and Aberdeen-based Wood have formed a partnership which will support cities and businesses as they transition to zero-carbon economies while improving resilience to climate change and extreme weather.
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.
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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