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Scientists at Glasgow have shown how resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant found in red wine works as an effective therapy for life-threatening inflammation.
Hundreds of people will be saddling-up this month for the seventh annual Cycle Glasgow event to raise money for charity.
Details of the earliest graduates of the fourth oldest University of the English speaking world are available online for the first time.
The University of Glasgow has achieved strong results in the latest National Student Survey, with 90 per cent of students giving positive feedback on their time at the university.
Archaeologists have discovered a spectacular Early Bronze Age grave at the Scottish Royal centre at Forteviot.
Patients with complex chronic illnesses are overburdened by their treatment, doctors have warned.
After 45 years painstaking work, the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary is ready for publication and everyone who worked on the project is invited to attend the launch.
The first in-depth study of the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh is to begin at the University of Glasgow early next year.
Facial expressions are not a universally-understood language as is commonly thought, according to researchers.
Researchers are hoping to use tiny fabricated polymer tubes to help damaged nerves heal themselves.
Scientists at the Universities of Glasgow, Strathclyde and Central Lancashire have used 21st Century solar observations and image processing to solve an 18th Century sunspot puzzle.
Twenty-nine years after graduating Professor Stuart Aitken returns to his alma mater to deliver a lecture as part of the centenary celebrations of the Department of Geographical and Earth Sciences.
Glasgow scientists are taking part in an international search for gravitational waves – ripples in the fabric of spacetime thought to have been created by the Big Bang.
Research by evolutionary biologists at Glasgow suggests females should be wary of initial flashy displays which may not have staying power.
Dr Rudi Marquez, Ian Sword lecturer in organic chemistry, has been awarded a prestigious Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Leadership Fellowship.
Japanese street performers brought traditional circus skills to Glasgow for a performance to mark the end of a three-month long exhibition celebrating links between Japan and the UK.
Delegates from more than 40 countries are to meet in Glasgow next week to discuss lessons for the housing market following the credit crunch.
Faster internet search engine processors could be the key to reducing the environmental impact of the worldwide web, according to scientists.
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