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University of Glasgow trial showing promise in slowing growth of bowel cancer
A new drug has shown promise in slowing the regrowth of tumours among some bowel cancer patients, according to new findings of a major trial involving University of Glasgow.
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University of Glasgow-led project to transform digital exploration of community and citizen histories
A University of Glasgow-led research project that will use artificial intelligence to explore digital community heritage collections across the UK has been awarded £3.6m as part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Towards a National Collection programme to create a unified virtual ‘national collection’.
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New web app to help demystify COVID-19 mutations developed in Glasgow
In response to emerging variants, a graduate from The Glasgow School of Art and University of Glasgow has built an interactive web application using illustration, animation and interactive 3D models to explain COVID-19 mutations.
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Pop-up book aims to teach kids about gravitational waves
The illustrated pop-up book is a result of a unique collaboration between an astrophysicist and children’s literature expert from the University of Glasgow.
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5G remote robotics tech with worldwide potential rolls out in Scotland
One of the first demonstrations of remote robotics in higher education has attracted worldwide attention after its debut by University of Glasgow.
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University of Glasgow team develop real life star trek holodeck
A piece of science fiction technology could be one step closer to reality with a new development in touchable holograms by a University of Glasgow team.
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University of Glasgow develops new maps which forecast impacts of climate change
As part of the Scottish Government’s Dynamic Coast project, funded by the Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW), the University of Glasgow has developed new maps to serve as a coastal change adaptation planning tool for government, agencies, local authorities as well as communities and businesses.
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University of Glasgow study to test third COVID-19 vaccine for vulnerable people
The £2.2 million study will build on the OCTAVE trial, led by the University of Glasgow and will determine whether a third dose of vaccine is needed for people with weakened immune systems.
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