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Researchers from the University of Glasgow are to investigate why ethnic differences mean some people are more likely to develop diabetes.
The first in-depth study into the aims and effects of Religious Education in our schools is to be carried out by a team of UK academics led by the University of Glasgow.
American novelist, story-writer, poet and essayist Harry Matthews will give a public reading and talk at the University of Glasgow on Tuesday 2 October
World renowned gravitational wave research at the University of Glasgow has been boosted by a significant 5 year, funding grant of £7.1M from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).
Eavan Boland will read and discuss her writings and wider work on Thursday 4 October
Olivia Giles will discuss Patient-Centred Nursing with University of Glasgow students on 5 October
A joint graduate school for engineers is to be created as part of a £50 million partnership to boost world-class research in the West of Scotland.
Students from the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde, and Caledonian University, rallied behind Glasgow’s bid to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games
Professor John Butt from the Department of Music has won a prestigious Classic FM Gramophone Award
A University of Glasgow graduate who helped build the Forth Bridge is to appear on the new Bank of Scotland £20 notes
The University of Glasgow’s Business School, in partnership with Clydesdale Bank, is to host a new series of evening discussion forums exploring the Scottish Government’s key priority of ‘Delivering Sustainable Growth’.
University of Glasgow transport expert Iain Docherty has been appointed an adviser to the Scottish Government’s Transport, Infrastructure and Climate Change Committee.
The 2007 Pre-Budget Report and Comprehensive Spending Review poses difficult questions for the Scottish government, according to independent analysis by the Centre for Public Policy for Regions.
As part of a 15-year study, researchers have further proved the link between cholesterol-lowering drugs and heart health
Academic, political and business representatives from Russia, Sweden, Lithuania and Scotland are to discuss the future role Kaliningrad could play in bridging the gap between the EU and Russia.
The director of the world’s best documentary film is to visit Glasgow next week for a special free screening of his most celebrated work.
The University of Glasgow has become the first university in the UK to gain official ‘Sunflower Standard’ accreditation from the Vegan Society.
Researchers are looking for volunteers to help in a study into hot flushing
Renowned computer scientist and creator of the educational course management system, Moodle is to give a free public lecture at the University of Glasgow on Friday 26 October.
More than £14,500 was raised by a charity art auction held at the University
The Glasgow Mackintosh Festival 2006 led by the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, has won two awards in this year’s Scottish Thistle Awards.
A free online business advice service, developed by a consortium including the University of Glasgow, is to be launched next month.
The University has received further recognition for the building excellence of its Scottish Centre for Ecology and the Natural Environment (SCENE)
Chemists at Glasgow are part of a UK team that has been awarded £4M to set up a new large-scale Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility based at Warwick University.
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