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Gastric surgery can play a bigger role in helping obese people lose weight, a Glasgow surgeon has said.
It’s time for ‘walkies’ again as the University of Glasgow hosts another Doggy Dawdle to raise funds for its new £10m Small Animal Hospital.
A Glasgow academic has received a top accolade in recognition of his role in helping to revolutionise neuroimaging technology.
African students are to be given new opportunities to study at the university thanks to the legacy of one of the UK’s most distinguished female diplomats, it was announced today.
The third University of Glasgow Science Festival gets underway this week with the first of a series of public lectures taking place on Thursday, May 7.
Poet and novelist Jackie Kay is to give a free public reading at the University of Glasgow.
Professor Colin Espie, Director of the Glasgow Sleep Centre, appeared in a BBC One documentary on Tuesday May 12.
The Scottish Forum for Professional Ethics is to discuss the future of banking regulations at a business breakfast in Edinburgh in June.
Glasgow has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Dodoma, in Tanzania.
World-renowned philosopher Professor Charles Taylor will discuss The Necessity of Secularist Regimes at the Gifford Lecture on May 21.
An international scientific study involving researchers from Glasgow has identified eight common genetic differences which may increase the risk of high blood pressure.
Two pioneering and inspirational geographers are to be awarded honorary degrees from the University of Glasgow this summer.
A scientific study has found further evidence that high blood pressure in adulthood is pre-programmed in the womb.
The University of Glasgow is to award Doctor of Science Honorary Degrees to Dame Wendy Hall, Sir Kenneth Collins, Dr David Hirsh and Professor Ian McDougal this summer.
Researchers have discovered that it takes the brain just 200 milliseconds to determine a person’s emotional state by their facial expression.
More intensive glucose control in diabetes leads to fewer heart attacks and heart disease events – but has no significant effect on stroke or mortality from all causes.
A new display at the Hunterian Art Gallery is the first to be devoted to the work of Scottish sculptor, Alexander Stoddart.
An International Economics student was one of only 20 in the world to be recognised for their contribution to a recent IBM Smarter Planet University Jam.
University of Glasgow researchers are part of UK-wide team looking at dental treatment for children
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