Inspiration from the world of plant life has allowed Glasgow scientists to replicate, for the first time, plants’ ability to decouple the production of hydrogen and oxygen from water - a potential new way to generate green energy.
Glasgow Scientists Generate New Green Energy
NHS24 seeks views on referrals for musculoskeletal conditions
You are invited to take part in a short survey by NHS24 seeking views about ‘referrals for treatment and advice for musculoskeletal conditions.’
US Tidal Technology Company To Set Up Research Operation With Scottish University
New York based company, ResHydro will set up a research establishment in Scotland with University of Strathclyde following the award of a grant from Scottish Enterprise's SMART: SCOTLAND program.
Shedding light on carotenoids
Scientists working in Glasgow, UK and Toronto, Canada have finally cracked how an orange-coloured pigment helps chlorophyll turn light into useful chemical energy.
Nanokicking Stem Cells
A team of scientists from universities across the West of Scotland has developed a new technique to 'nanokick' stem cells into growing new tissue.
Discover How Your BodyWorks
An interactive exhibition that demonstrates the wonders of the human body has opened at Glasgow Science Centre.
Advanced Forming Research Centre set to expand
A multi-million pound investment will allow the University of Strathclyde's Advanced Forming Research Centre to double in size by the end of 2013.
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