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There is so much happening across Glasgow and the West of Scotland and our news portal will allow us to share it with you.

Whether it is ground breaking research, a new invention or a high profile science engagement activity, we want to hear about it. Our news-hub will share science-related stories which are taking place across the Glasgow city region. We want it to be a one-stop portal for science activities across Glasgow and the West of Scotland, so don’t hesitate to let us know of anything and everything you are involved with.

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Research demonstrates humans can live alongside lions

24/03/2016 News

Data from researchers at the University of Glasgow demonstrates that humans and lions can live side by side without need for fences.

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More Zika funding for research at University of Glasgow

24/03/2016 News

Researchers at the University of Glasgow have been awarded funding to continue and expand their work on the Zika virus.‌

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Frog foam could be used to boost health treatments

24/03/2016 News

Foam made by tiny frogs could be used to deliver antibiotics to help prevent infections, research involving the University of Strathclyde has found.

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Researchers to develop social sciences skills in Western Balkans

24/03/2016 News

Experts from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are developing research capacity in the social sciences in the Western Balkans, through a new pilot Research Academy in Sarajevo.

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Glasgow's Giant Voodoo Lily set to cause a stink

24/03/2016 News

For some years now, a giant has been slowly forming at Glasgow Botanic Gardens. In the New Year a shoot appeared from within a large black pot in the tropical temperatures of the Palm House. The stem grew thicker and thicker and rich green markings appeared. Gradually, over many weeks, it became clear that this was going to become a very special flower. And it is about to open.

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Research makes particle entanglement easier to measure

24/03/2016 News

A new way to detect entanglement in many-particle quantum states has been developed through research involving the University of Strathclyde.

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News

   

Star dogs teach Ayrshire health professionals new tricks

Ayrshire health professionals were recently invited to Ayrshire College’s Kilmarnock campus for a ...

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Three MVLS researchers named as fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences

Three top researchers from the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences (MVLS) at University...

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Glasgow scientists win gravitational waves prize

Just months after being involved in one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the decade, Unive...

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Blog

   

What can Masters students do for you?

In the run up to the Engage with Strathclyde week, Anna Selwood, a Careers Adviser at University of ...

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Strathclyde Student Chapter of SIAM Annual Meeting

Maths might be hard to grips with, but its application in industry brings huge benefits that touch a...

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Net Benefits - Is the Digital Society Good for Us?

More than ever, we work, live, learn and engage in social networks. But are computers and the networ...

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Events

   

Dumfries & Galloway Science Festival

Family-oriented science fest from the makers of Glasgow Science Festival, with a 'Family Mayhem Day'...

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Glasgow Café Scientifique

Explore the latest ideas in science and technology, outside a traditional academic context, at this ...

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Impacts -- Collisions in Space

The story of collisions in space throughout the history of the universe, followed by a tour of the o...

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