Researchers at the University of Glasgow are using a new technique known as interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) to monitor natural disasters around the world and manage their impact.
Mapping the planet’s ups and downs
International team reveals 21 ‘signatures’ in 30 common cancers
An international team, including scientists from The University of Glasgow and the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, has described the mutational processes that drive tumour development in 30 of the most common cancer types.
UWS hosting national dementia conference
University of the West of Scotland (UWS) is hosting a leading national dementia conference at its Hamilton Campus on Monday 19 August 2013.
Highest winter losses in recent years for honey bees in Scotland
Soaring numbers of honey bees died last winter, University of Strathclyde research has revealed.
Grapefruit biomolecules may herald new treatment for heart disease
New research published in the ‘Biochemical Journal’ has identified molecules occurring naturally in fruit that may play an important role in the future treatment of heart disease.
Diamond-based lasers becoming reality
Diamond-based lasers – once a James Bond fantasy – are now becoming a reality, following research at the University of Strathclyde.
Scientists in a spin over Doppler Shift discovery
Scientists at the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde have discovered rotational speed can be determined by measuring Doppler Shift – the same effect utilised in radar speed guns.
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