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The Crichton campus in Dumfries is playing host to a formal meeting of the Scottish Government’s Cabinet for the first time.
A nationwide screening programme of amateur athletes to identify those with life threatening heart defects has been launched by Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon.
The University of Glasgow is hosting an exhibition which celebrates the life and works of artist Hannah Frank.
Professor Philip Schlesinger is to receive an honorary doctorate in humanities from the University of Oslo.
Some of the world's leading biofuels scientists are gathering at the University of Glasgow to help launch the Solar and Bioenergy Research Centre.
A new exhibition at the Hunterian Art Gallery imagines what Charles Rennie Mackintosh might have designed if he had been able to use digital textile printing technology.
Renowned American mathematician and internet pioneer, Professor John Baez will be delivering the prestigious biennial Rankin Lectures 2008 at the University of Glasgow next week.
The University of Glasgow Equine Hospital will be the first in the UK to look inside a horse as it gallops at full speed.
Professor Mandy MacLean has received the Estelle Grover Lecture Award.
The University of Glasgow has a proud heritage in particle physics which continues today with our scientists working at the core of the world's biggest experiment.
Columbia University Medical scientist Professor Richard Sloan is to speak on the effects of religion on medical science in a free public lecture.
A University engineer has built a fully functioning cannon to help battlefield archaeologists answer unsolved questions on how the Battle of Culloden was won.
Glasgow scientists are aiming to harness a substance secreted by parasitic tropical worms to help them find a more effective treatment for arthritis.
In conjunction with the Hannah Frank exhibition, the Graduate School of Arts and Humanities and the Department of Theology and Religious Studies are hosting a two-day symposium on Art, Religion and Identity.
Women at high risk of diabetes can reduce their body’s insulin resistance by exercising, a study shows
Ground-breaking show opens at the Hunterian Art Gallery featuring two of the greatest French paintings of the eighteenth century.
The University of Glasgow Business School has signed a memorandum of agreement with a top university in Colombia to provide a joint post-graduate business course.
The captains of Celtic and Rangers have helped launch the campaign to build a new cancer research centre for Scotland.
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