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The Crichton Centre for Research in Health and Social Issues is to host an international conference, The Future is Older, at the University’s Dumfries Campus in September.
Scientists at the University of Glasgow are investigating whether exercise may substantially improve brain function in children while helping prevent and treat obesity.
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have made a significant breakthrough in the treatment of Sleeping Sickness, otherwise known as Human African Trypanosomasis.
It is not often students see the final results of their projects launched into orbit but that’s exactly what will happen for six Glasgow students.
For the second year in a row the University of Glasgow has been highlighted as providing one of the best vegan menus in the UK.
The University of Glasgow's Undergraduate Medical School has won an Excellence in Learning and Education award.
Scientists in the Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering have developed the world’s smallest diamond transistor.
Author, translator, editor and novelist Susan Sellers is to give a free public reading at the University of Glasgow.
Two of Glasgow’s top clinical senior lecturers have been awarded prestigious fellowship funding from the Scottish Funding Council (SFC).
Ampersand, a group within the Faculty of Advocates, Scotland’s body of independent lawyers have announced its formal link-up with two leading law academics.
The Secretary of State for International Development, Douglas Alexander and Lord Drayson, the Minister of State for Science and Innovation both recently visited the University.
Baroness Helena Kennedy is to be awarded an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow this summer.
A major research project looking at the potential of using stem cells to generate red blood cells for use in transfusions is being funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Undergraduate applications to study at the University of Glasgow have leapt up by 14.4% compared to last year. The figure is almost double the national average.
Scientists have unravelled the woolly history of sheep domestication by examining retroviruses preserved in the animal’s DNA.
Experts are developing a powerful diagnostic tool in the battle to diagnose and treat Malaria.
Two luminaries of renewable energy and the semiconductor industry are to be awarded honorary degrees from the University of Glasgow this summer.
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