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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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Game Jam to raise profile of women in creative industries

22/08/2014 News

Glasgow Caledonian University have partnered with BAFTA Scotland to host 'Y Not Game Jam' - an all-women event to raise awareness of the under representation of women in the creative industries.

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£1.3billion City Deal signed for the Glasgow City Region

21/08/2014 News

A City Deal worth £1.3billion to the Glasgow City Region has been officially signed by Glasgow, neighbouring councils, the UK Government and the Scottish Government.

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Researchers investigate massage for MS sufferers

18/08/2014 News

Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are leading a three-year study to establish if abdominal massage is effective and cost-effective in reducing the symptoms of neurogenic bowel dysfunction, which affects over 60% of multiple sclerosis patients.

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New routes and records for Glasgow Airport

15/08/2014 News

Glasgow Airport has recorded it's busiest July in six years after more than 840,000 travellers passed through its doors.

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Scotland voted best place to study by students

14/08/2014 News

Results of the 2014 National Students Survey show Scottish universities providing the most satisfying place in the UK to pursue a higher education.

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IPS Conference to hear Scotland’s research priorities in infection prevention and control

11/08/2014 News

Professor of Healthcare Associated Infections Jacqui Reilly, who works within Health Protection Scotland and Glasgow Caledonian University research teams, is to represent Scotland’s research priorities in infection prevention and control at the Infection Prevention 2014 conference.

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News

   

Maryhill Park lichen walk with OPAL

Come along on Sunday 7th December and learn what lichens can tell us about the air quality in your l...

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Eye care workers have sights on revolutionary Smartphone device

A smartphone app and adaptor engineered at the University of Strathclyde and NHS Greater Glasgow and...

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Quantum leap for Imaging Hub

Cameras which use just a single pixel to see through smoke, imaging systems which can time light to ...

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Blog

   

Skills legacy for community through reCYCLE project

reCYCLE is an innovative collaboration project in the city that takes unwanted bicycles, refurbishes...

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Glasgow’s Green Year 2015 – ‘From Steam to Green’

Glasgow is to host its first ever 'themed' year in 2015 - a Green Year. The Green Glasgow team are w...

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Glasgow’s living classrooms

Joanne Dempster, OPAL Community Scientist for the Open Air Laboratories Project writes on the Glasgo...

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Events

   

?Mackintosh Architecture

Over 80 architectural drawings, archival material, films and models - many rare or never before exhi...

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Adventurers

See and learn about the machines which have been the choice mode of transport for rebels, hellraiser...

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BodyWorks

An exhibition all about how your body works, with the chance to perform a virtual autopsy, run in a ...

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