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GCU’s Professor Brady picks up Robin Tavistock Award for aphasia research

25/07/2016 News

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researcher Professor Marian Brady is the 2016 recipient of The Robin Tavistock Award, presented annually by The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia for significant contributions to the field of aphasia.

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GCU to host world leading social innovation conference

07/07/2016 News

Experts in social innovation will head to Glasgow this year for the world’s leading international conference.

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Nanokicking research stars at Royal Society exhibition

07/07/2016 News

Nanokicking stem cell research at the University of Glasgow will play a starring role at a prestigious Royal Society Summer Exhibition, July 4-10th.

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Discovery of pear-shaped nuclei point out one of universe’s biggest mysteries

04/07/2016 News

Physics’ rule book may have to be rewritten after scientists discovered why there’s only a marginal amount of antimatter in the universe.

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UWS gains the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research Award

04/07/2016 News

The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has gained the ‘HR Excellence in Research Award’ from the European Commission for its work in supporting its research staff in their career development.

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University scientist wins Institute of Physics awards

01/07/2016 News

Professor Sheila Rowan, Director of the University of Glasgow’s Institute for Gravitational Research, has been named as the winner of one of the Institute of Physics’ 2016 awards for her work in gravitational waves.

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News

   

Saddling up to extend success of city cycle scheme

Plans to more than double the size of Glasgow’s hugely successful mass automated cycle hire (MACH)...

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Largest showcase of innovative Scottish companies to date at Venturefest Scotland 2016

This year’s Venturefest Scotland innovation summit will host one of the largest collections of inn...

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Skeletons' mysteries unearthed in new Hunterian exhibition

One of The Hunterian's "greatest treasures" is now on public display for the first time, in a new UK...

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Blog

   

Explorathon GLASGOW – Six Week Countdown

With Explorathon just six weeks away, we take a first look at two activities being organised by rese...

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What could you do with quantum imaging?

QuantIC, the UK Quantum Technology Hub in Quantum Enhanced Imaging based at the University of Glasgo...

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Explorathon Extravaganza – European Researchers’ Night Returns

On Friday the 30th September Scotland will come to life with curiosity! ...

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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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Skeletons: Life Stories

An exhibition of reconstructed skeletons. Discover the effects of different living conditions and di...

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