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The University of Glasgow is offering its expertise in a major competition to land a robot on the moon.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have devised a new approach to treating childhood obesity.
The newly elected Rector of the University of Glasgow, Rt Hon Charles Kennedy MP is to deliver the last lecture in the current Stevenson series at 7pm on Thursday 6 March.
A British theatre production investigating homosexuality, cross-dressing and gender has been invited to Israel to encourage artistic dialogue.
Twelve University of Glasgow academics have recently been appointed Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Over 200 students and staff from the University of Glasgow are taking part in the Run for Fun this Saturday (8 March).
The reason why vultures are such strange-looking birds has been revealed by a research team from the University of Glasgow.
A Glasgow-based drug research institute, specialising in psychiatric drug development, is expanding its work to offer comprehensive services to companies and scientific partners.
Professor Michael Schmidt has written a series of pamphlets to be distributed with the Independent newspaper.
Novelist and Creative Writing tutor at the University of Glasgow, Zoë Strachan, has been awarded the prestigious Hermann Kesten Stipendium 2008.
Scottish football legends, John Greig and Billy McNeill are to be awarded honorary degrees from the University of Glasgow this summer.
Researchers from The University of Glasgow and Manchester Business School are undertaking an in-depth study into the impact of cybermedicine, such as virtual health communities and self-help sites, on face-to-face healthcare.
A Glasgow student has won a major innovation award for a device that could reduce the damage caused by car bombs.
The University of Glasgow has welcomed this year’s funding announcement from the Scottish Funding Council.
Two top entrepreneurs are to receive honorary degrees from the University of Glasgow for their outstanding contribution to business and industry.
Researchers from Africa have arrived at the University of Glasgow to map out new ways to tackle killer diseases that afflict humans and livestock.
An often undiagnosed condition that is thought to affect up to 10% of the population is the subject of new research.
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