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Medical staff from the University of Glasgow are to spend this week bringing pathology to the public.
The internationally-renowned historian and broadcaster Niall Ferguson is to visit The University of Glasgow on today.
The Ambassador of Palestine to the UK is to give a seminar on lifelong learning at the University of Glasgow
Six students, whose studies have been made possible by funding from one of the world’s largest telecoms firms, have arrived in Glasgow.
A Nobel Prize winner, Scotland’s First Minister and a top football administrator join the distinguished and eclectic line-up for the Stevenson and Adam Smith Research Foundation lecture series.
A biomedical researcher working with the University of Glasgow has been awarded one of the world’s most prestigious prizes in science.
A new scheme aimed at helping senior school pupils prepare for healthcare studies at university is being launched.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have found that the health gap between the rich and poor is much lower in areas with the greenest environments
How can Scotland’s smaller companies afford the necessary innovative research and development to give themselves a competitive edge in these straitened times?
University vets have helped a sheepdog which had a stick wedged up its nose.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are launching a study to find the link between genes and salt.
Broadcast journalist Shereen Nanjiani took time out of the radio studio to officially launch a fundraising initiative for Scotland’s newest cancer research centre.
Dentists from around the UK will gather in Glasgow this week to discuss new ways of preventing infectious agents such as vCJD and MRSA spreading within dental surgeries.
Medical staff from the University of Glasgow are leading a new initiative aimed at reducing violence on Scotland’s streets.
Philosophy lecturer Dr David Bain was possibly one of the most widely-read academics in Britain this week.
The University and the Clydesdale Bank have forged a new partnership designed to strengthen the links between Scottish business and education.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow are looking for 15 football fans to take part in a study which will see them being paid to watch matches in the comfort of their own home.
A new exhibition by the University of Glasgow celebrating decades of Scottish Pantomime opens its nationwide tour this week in Edinburgh.
An internationally-renowned academic will examine whether brain research holds the key to achieving world education goals at a seminar on Tuesday 2 December.
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