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The innovative and commercial strengths of the photonics sector are to be harnessed in a major venture between universities in Scotland and California.
Renowned screenwriter Frederic Raphael is to give a free public reading at the University of Glasgow.
Glasgow students are working The Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS) to encourage more schoolchildren to consider studying Geography at University.
The Most Reverend Mario Conti, the Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow, will visit the University Chapel on Sunday 8 February.
Professor Elhanan Helpman, Stone Professor of International Trade at Harvard University, is to speak on 'Inequality and Unemployment in a Global Economy' on Wednesday 11 February.
The University is marking the bicentennial of Charles Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of Origin of Species with a series of free public events.
Renowned French philosopher and author Alain Badiou of the École Normale Supérieure, will visit Glasgow this Friday to take part in a conference discussing his works.
Glasgow has won two out of three education and lifelong learning honours at The Royal Town Planning Institute annual awards.
Ski Sunday presenter and former British downhill-skiing champion Graham Bell visited the wind-tunnel at the University of Glasgow recently in preparation for a speed-skiing challenge to be broadcast on Sunday 15 February.
The Right Hon Charles Kennedy, MP, has launched the University of Glasgow’s new scholarship drive.
A study by the New Scientist and University expert finds a woman’s personality “may indeed be written all over her face”.
Former Chief Executive of the Law Society and Glasgow graduate, Douglas Mill has been appointed Director of Professional Legal Practice in the School of Law.
Undergraduate applications to the University of Glasgow have risen by 14.3 percent on last year – the biggest increase of any Russell Group institution.
Jamaican novelist Patricia Duncker is to give a free public reading at the University of Glasgow
The Chief Executive of Scottish Football Association Gordon Smith is to speak on Citizenship and Sport in the prestigious Stevenson and Adam Smith Research Foundation lecture series.
Tommy Reilly, winner of the Orange Unsigned Acts competition, has been given the blessing of his university lecturers to postpone his academic career to pursue his rock star dreams instead.
A well-off professional who smokes has a much lower survival rate than a non-smoking manual worker of the same sex, new research reveals.
University of Glasgow and Medical Research Council study reveals national “alcohol death map”
A new study has revealed that life expectancy can be predicted from the length of specialised bits of DNA at the ends of chromosomes.
Researchers are investigating the effectiveness of an online self-help programme for the eating disorder bulimia.
Tackling global conflicts requires the reform of international institutions such as the United Nations, according to Rt. Hon Dr Jack McConnell MSP.
New and emerging strains of the bacteria Clostridium difficile (C.diff) are being studied by scientists in Glasgow, London and Cambridge.
In a world-first, scientists at the University of Glasgow have grown micro-tube structures from crystals of inorganic compounds.
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