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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

   

£4.5m ‘Lab in a bubble’ project could improve cancer care

A £4.5million University of Strathclyde project to produce bubble-sized ‘laboratories’ could bo...

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GCMB reports best year ever for new conference business worth £141M

Year-end figures released by Glasgow City Marketing Bureau’s (GCMB) Convention Bureau show the gro...

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Get involved - Glasgow branch of BSA to re-launch

The British Science Association (BSA) are re-launching their Glasgow branch this summer and are inte...

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Blog

   

What can Masters students do for you?

In the run up to the Engage with Strathclyde week, Anna Selwood, a Careers Adviser at University of ...

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Strathclyde Student Chapter of SIAM Annual Meeting

Maths might be hard to grips with, but its application in industry brings huge benefits that touch a...

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Net Benefits - Is the Digital Society Good for Us?

More than ever, we work, live, learn and engage in social networks. But are computers and the networ...

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Events

   

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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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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Adventures in Space

An exhibition curated by David Reat all about the architecture of science fiction....

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