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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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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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GCU to host Conference of the Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery

30/06/2016 News

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is to host a midwifery and nursing conference for global healthcare leaders and practitioners on behalf of the Global Network of World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery.

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Researchers contribute to first daily movement guidelines for children’s health

27/06/2016 News

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) research into the relationships between sleep, physical activity and sedentary behaviour has provided evidence for the world’s first recommended daily movement guidelines for children and young people.

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News

   

Researchers find smaller waistlines linked to savings

People who save money for the future are more likely to be slim than those who fritter their cash aw...

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Professor Sarah Cleaveland honoured by the British Veterinary Association

Professor Sarah Cleaveland has been honoured by the British Veterinary Association (BVA) for her “...

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Stimulating neurons could protect against brain damage

A breakthrough in understanding how brain damage spreads – and how it could potentially be limited...

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Blog

   

Catch Pokémon on a University tour or a seat at research cinema for Explorathon GLASGOW

This Friday Scotland will join with Europe in a celebration of research! In Scotland we celebrate th...

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Making Waves with James Clerk Maxwell

Take a musical tour through the life of Scotland's forgotten Einstein, James Clerk Maxwell as part o...

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Paragon Play ON

Play ON is an inclusive youth music project for children and young people aged 6-20 years old. The p...

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Events

   

Science Showcase: Tracking Animals

The Hunterian Science Showcase introduces the latest discoveries and advances in scientific and medi...

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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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Skeletons: Our Buried Bones

Four skeletons from the Museum of London collection and four from burial grounds across Scotland, to...

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