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Glasgow University is at the forefront of efforts to prevent avian flu pandemic
Literary editor of the Independent newspaper Boyd Tonkin will give a talk at Glasgow University on 29 May 2007
Glasgow University has received Energy Efficiency Accreditation for a further three years
Dr Mary Hepburn, senior lecturer in women's reproductive health at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award by the Zero Tolerance Awards 2007.
Glasgow University researchers receive ?1.2million to help develop the next generation of electronic gadgets
Rare photographic collections are to be re-housed on 29 May 2007
The Hunterian Museum - which has reopened after refurbishment - was first established 200 years ago, and today is rated as one of the top five museums in Scotland because of the scale, range and significance of its collections.
Distinguished figures from the worlds of art, science, justice and business are just a few of those to be awarded honorary degrees by the University of Glasgow
Professor Richard Cogdell has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society
His Royal Highness the Duke of York visited the newly refurbished Hunterian Museum at the University of Glasgow today (Monday 21 May) prior to its reopening to the public on Wednesday.
University of Glasgow Chancellor, Professor Sir Ken Calman, gives a public lecture examining ethics in science and medicine
Two works by Glasgow University academics have been listed in the Top 100 Best Shakespeare Resources
Glasgow University Science Festival public lecture series continues
A lecture series focusing on the arts, humanities and education will take place at Glasgow University from 17 May 2007
Times literary editor and novelist Erica Wagner will give a talk at the University of Glasgow on 15 May 2007
Award-winning historian William Dalrymple to lecture on the 'unwritten genocide of the British Empire'
Researchers at the Universities of Glasgow and Exeter have found that eating certain plant substances can slow down the rate of ageing - and that females prefer mates that will be long-lived.
As part of the Glasgow University Science Festival, Professor of Physics, Miles Padgett will give a public lecture on Thursday 10 May
Professor Christopher Ricks gave the first annual Poetry Lecture at Glasgow University on 9 May 2007
Glasgow University will open a major new environmental and ecological research facility on 4 May 2007
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