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Hugh Gill

Hugh Gill

Born in Glasgow in 1953, Hugh is an engineer who developed the multi-articulating bionic hand.

Find out more about Hugh Gill in the "Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame".

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News

   

Researchers find smaller waistlines linked to savings

People who save money for the future are more likely to be slim than those who fritter their cash aw...

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Professor Sarah Cleaveland honoured by the British Veterinary Association

Professor Sarah Cleaveland has been honoured by the British Veterinary Association (BVA) for her “...

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Stimulating neurons could protect against brain damage

A breakthrough in understanding how brain damage spreads – and how it could potentially be limited...

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Blog

   

Catch Pokémon on a University tour or a seat at research cinema for Explorathon GLASGOW

This Friday Scotland will join with Europe in a celebration of research! In Scotland we celebrate th...

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Making Waves with James Clerk Maxwell

Take a musical tour through the life of Scotland's forgotten Einstein, James Clerk Maxwell as part o...

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Paragon Play ON

Play ON is an inclusive youth music project for children and young people aged 6-20 years old. The p...

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Events

   

Celebrating the Glasgow Aesthetic Movement

Organised by the National Trust for Scotland, this event celebrates Holmwood House, built in 1857, a...

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Building Blocks at Glasgow School of Art

A series of walks, talks and events celebrating contemporary design, architecture and innovation in ...

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Skeletons: Life Stories

An exhibition of reconstructed skeletons. Discover the effects of different living conditions and di...

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