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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

   

Scots who changed the world

Glasgow City of Science were proud to provide some local contributors to recent BBC School Radio pro...

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Youngsters from Glasgow crack the code to digital skills

Glasgow could soon have its very own Zuckerberg after 100 young people from across the city took par...

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Researchers collaborate to prevent faults in offshore cables

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is a partner in a new research project to design a system which ...

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Blog

   

Greenland360 expedition inspires climate change action

Last year, a small team of geography students from Scotland organised their own expedition to Greenl...

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Resilient Glasgow leads the way amongst global network of cities with shared challenges

Dr Judith Rodin, president of The Rockefeller Foundation gives her opinion about Glasgow's role in l...

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Glasgow City of Botanists

In 2015, Science Centres and Botanical gardens across Europe will celebrate local biodiversity. Joan...

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Events

   

Watery Worlds and Soggy Citizens

Go pond dipping in an effort to find out of the Dams to Darnley ponds can support wildlife....

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Glasgow Café Scientifique

Explore the latest ideas in science and technology, outside a traditional academic context, at this ...

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The Worm -- An Underground Adventure

An adventure with Wilma and William as they journey to find the elusive worm species. For ages 3 -7....

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