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Leading experts in the fields of health and nutrition to address a one-day conference entitled 'Diet and Autistic Spectrum Disorders'
New research vessel will play key role in work to understand threatened fish stocks and marine environments.
This year's event saw Edinburgh University win four out of the seven races. However, Glasgow had the consolation of counting the men's first eight among their victories, winning the flagship event by over two lengths.
The Gifford Research lectures, postponed last week because of illness, will now take place on rescheduled dates starting with Wednesday 28 May.
Leading health experts to address a one-day conference on 'Falls, Fractures, Food, Fitness and Medicines - Treating and Preventing Osteoporosis'
The Department of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow is carrying out work as part of a 3 year SHEFC-funded initiative exploring the use of technology by older people.
Healthy male volunteers are needed to take part in a research study by the Division of Developmental Medicine
ReDiscover - the science centre and museum renewal fund has awarded ?225, 000 to the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow in the first of four funding rounds.
The Music Industry and Music Industry Policy in Scotland - research to be presented at University of Glasgow seminar on Tuesday 27 May.
The Gifford Research Fellow, Dr Alan Brown, is ill and unable to deliver
lectures 2 and 3 on Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 May. These will be postponed.
Two University of Glasgow academics were amongst the new Fellows announced by The Royal Society today (19 May 2003).
Study carried out by University of Glasgow on behalf of Joseph Rowntree Foundation followed progress of over 300 students from deprived neighbourhoods
The Hunterian Art Gallery re-opened this week after six weeks of essential refurbishment in preparation for the Whistler 2003 Centenary in June.
The Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and St Andrews to sign agreement today, Wednesday 14 May
The SRC, in association with other student organisations and the Chaplaincy, is organising a Sharing of Faith TODAY.
Scottish Consortium to become one of six Collaborating Centres
Winners of student business competition announced
This year's Gordon lecture will be given by Mr Marc Pachter, Director of National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institute, Washington
Dr. Clare A.P. Willsdon has been awarded the 'Historians of British Art' 2002-2003 Book Prize for the post-1800 category
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