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New trial offers treatment hope for Crohn’s Patients across Scotland
Led by the University of Glasgow and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) in collaboration with hospitals around Scotland, the BIOPIC Study will evaluate the use of PEN (Partial Enteral Nutrition) — in which patients replace half of their normal diet with liquid-only prepared supplements.
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University of Glasgow awarded funding to support cutting-edge new research projects
Five projects led by University engineers and computing scientists have received support from the New Horizons fund, administered by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC), part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
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New University of Glasgow study to understand the relationship between ADHD & suicide risk
ADHD UK is delighted to announce a new research partnership with the University of Glasgow to explore the relationship between ADHD and suicide risk.
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New £7M funding for global health research at University of Glasgow
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have been awarded a multi-million pound grant, to establish a new health research unit to help tackle health inequalities in Latin America.
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University of Glasgow team gains funds for EU Geo-AI project contribution
Researchers from the University of Glasgow will add to the EU research council-funded AI project to model land cover in Bulgaria and Turkey.
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Free music gig to close University of Glasgow’s ARCadia Festival
Award-winning Scottish performers will play a free live music gig in one of the University of Glasgow’s newest buildings to help mark the end of the ARCadia Festival of Ideas.
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SPACE relocates University of Glasgow’s research centre to new building
Workplace design and management consultancy, Space Solutions has undertaken a contract for the University of Glasgow to relocate its research centre.
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University of Glasgow next gen hearing aids could read lips through masks
An international team of engineers and computing scientists involving University of Glasgow have developed the technology, which pairs radio-frequency sensing with artificial intelligence for the first time to identify lip movements.
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