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Esteemed geographer and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Warwick Professor Nigel Thrift will be presented with a medal from the Royal Scottish Geographical Society this week.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have discovered a link between the development of asthma in childhood and low levels of physical activity.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond spoke on the theme of ‘Citizenship and Scottish Civic Culture’ in the prestigious Stevenson and Adam Smith Research Foundation lecture series.
A Glasgow scientist was part of a team of researchers which has, for the first time, been able to determine the three-dimensional structure of protein in living cells.
Glasgow alumnus John Tiffany has won one of theatre’s greatest awards.
Commercial fishing in the north-east Atlantic could be harming deep-sea fish populations a kilometre below the deepest reach of fishing trawlers
Glasgow is playing a leading role in the biggest nuclear physics experiment in the world.
Poet and critic Stephen Burt is to give a free public reading at the University of Glasgow.
A novel device for helping farmers to dry out hay more quickly has won a University of Glasgow graduate a prestigious design award.
Research by Glasgow post graduate Campbell Wilson features in the current issue of the BBC History Magazine.
Small businesses in Scotland need more help in dealing with sickness and absence, according a report published by researchers.
The Hunterian Art Gallery is to host a major loan exhibition from the Munch Museum, Oslo this summer.
A research project investigating the potential benefits of a complementary therapy for breast cancer patients has received funding from the charity Breast Cancer Campaign.
Scotland’s greatest living folk singer is to be awarded an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow this summer.
Homeless people in Glasgow are over four times more likely to die prematurely than their non-homeless peers, a study has found.
Scientists from the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research have found that some types of cancer drugs can encourage tumour growth rather than stunt it
Dentists of the future could be using games technology to hone their clinical skills.
Renowned artist Hannah Frank is to be awarded a posthumous honorary degree from the University of Glasgow.
Experts from around the world gather in Glasgow to discuss how financial markets should be regulated in order to avoid a repeat of the credit crunch.
Nobel prize-winning economist Amartya Sen will be among a number of academics from across the globe gathering in Glasgow to celebrate Scottish philosopher Adam Smith.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond is to speak on the theme of ‘Citizenship and Scottish Civic Culture’ in the prestigious Stevenson and Adam Smith Research Foundation lecture series.
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