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1881

Sir Alexander Fleming

Biologist, pharmacologist and botanist, Sir Alexander Fleming was born near Darvel in Ayrshire in 1881. His discovery of penicillin changed the world of modern medicine by introducing the age of useful antibiotics; penicillin has saved, and is still saving, millions of people around the world.

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City cycle hire scheme rolls out

Glasgow's new Mass Automated Cycle Hire (MACH) scheme has been launched....

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A smart way to get active around MyCity: Glasgow

With the Commonwealth Games set to open in Glasgow in less than a month, an award winning smartphone...

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OPAL UK joins Glasgow's science hub to total 55 partners

Glasgow City of Science has signed up its 55th partner, as Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) network join...

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Blog

   

A Perfect Blend For Public Engagement

A nose for a successful collaboration between business and a university in delivering a public engag...

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Use your network

Ken Whipp, an Enabler from Entrepreneurial-Spark asks, "Who really challenges us to take a serious l...

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Collaboration Possibilities are in the Pipeline

Dr John McAlesse from the University of Glasgow writes about some of the exciting opportunities for ...

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Events

   

?Mackintosh Architecture

Over 80 architectural drawings, archival material, films and models - many rare or never before exhi...

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The Lost Tomb of Robert the Bruce

See the first 3D digital model reconstruction of the fragmented tomb of Robert the Bruce, who was bu...

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How Glasgow Flourished, 1714--1837

A major exhibition looking at the rise of Glasgow through the 18th century to the beginning of Victo...

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