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Saturday 3 May 11.00am - 5.00pm, Garscube Estate
The Department of Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow welcomes author, Roddy Doyle, to G12 on Thursday 22 May 2003 at 7.00pm
On 30 April, Sir Richard Doll (University of Oxford) will give a lecture at the meeting of the Royal Statistical Society, to be held at the University of Glasgow
Whistler, Women and Fashion - the first in-depth exploration of the artist's lifelong involvement in fashion
Greater Glasgow Primary Care Trust is to fund 12 places on the newly established Master of Primary Care offered by the Department of General Practice and Primary Care at the University of Glasgow
The BBC are looking for people to be part of the studio audience during their election programmes, which are being broadcast all week from the University of Glasgow.
University of Glasgow's dinosaur expert, Dr. Neil Clark, takes his bones to Aberdeen.
A new Channel 4 Science Series is scouring the country for the UK's top individuals to enter into one of the most advanced set of human challenges so far designed.
A new look at an ancient man
A winning recipe that mixes art and science to create a wonderful exhibition at the Hunterian Museum from April 14
New research into why leukaemia cells are able to survive longer than they should could bring hope to patients with the disease.
This two-day conference is organised by staff of the Division of Earth Sciences and SUERC, and sponsored by the Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
This action-packed day is offered as part of Museums and Galleries month 2003. Come along for some Saturday family fun - admission is free
The University of Glasgow in association with the British Electrophoresis Society and International Council of Electrophoresis Societies is hosting this conference on 27-30 May.
Issued jointly by Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of Glasgow
New Centre located within the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow to be opened on Monday 14 April 2003
International conference to be hosted by the University of Glasgow on 9-11 April 2003
G12 regrets to announce that the show 'Double Top' by Rapture Theatre Company on Friday 11 April 2003 has beeen cancelled. Any ticket-holders should contact G12 on 0141 330 5522
Nine out of ten female zebra finches prefer males with the reddest beaks
The Wolfson Medical School Building at the University of Glasgow is to be opened by HRH The Princess Royal at 3.30pm on Thursday 3 April
Female volunteers are required to participate in a study into walking and appetite. This research, in relation to physical activity and appetite regulation, is being conducted by the University's Department of Human Nutrition.
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