Innovative research that will shape the future for smart sustainable cities throughout the world will be at the heart of an institute recently launched at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
Institute for future cities launched in Glasgow
Computing scientists create cloud computing model from lego
Computing scientists in Glasgow have made a working model of multi-million pound cloud computing technology using some Lego and a handful of Raspberry Pi computer boards.
Glasgow engineers on a different wavelength
Engineers at University of Glasgow are setting out to create the world's first 'superspectral' camera that could lead to developments in security screening and medical imaging.
City blackbirds live life in the fast lane
A new study has shown that blackbirds dwelling in city areas have biological rhythms that have changed in comparison to their countryside cousins.
Getting recognition for Alexander Wilson
Born in Paisley in 1766, Alexander Wilson is a towering figure in the history of the natural sciences though he's never really had the recognition for his achievements in his native Scotland. Until now.
Pioneering imaging technique to track effects of nanomedicines
Academics at the University of Strathclyde are set to use atomic force microscopy to study nanotechnology's role in drug delivery which could transform the way patients are given medicine in the future.
Stem cell injections trial in stroke patients 'encouraging'
A clinical trial at Glasgow's Southern General hospital that saw stem cell treatment on the damaged parts of the brains of five disabled stroke patients has had 'encouraging' results.
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