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A senior lecturer in Computing Science has won a National Award for the Teaching of Information and Computer Sciences (ICS) in Higher Education in Scotland.
Researchers are looking to recruit GP Practices to take part in a study of treatment methods for people with resistant hypertension.
A new exhibition at the Hunterian Art Gallery offers a chance to see some fascinating artefacts which represent both natural history and northern European craftsmanship.
The shortlist for the annual £1,500 Sceptre Prize for emerging novelists has been announced.
With sales of the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary exceeding all expectations, royalties are to be used to fund new scholarships.
A world-leading clinical academic has been appointed Chair of Proteomics at the University of Glasgow.
The University of Glasgow has appointed Professor Anna Dominiczak OBE as Regius Chair of Medicine – the first woman in the University’s history to hold this Regius Professorship.
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research award Glasgow money to study how the development of Hodgkin’s lymphoma could be affected by a common human virus
Nicola Sturgeon launches NHS Quality Strategy in Glasgow today
More than 60 undergraduate students were presented with the second instalment of their Talent Scholarship awards by Mike Russell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, this week.
Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon praises achievement and urges fundraisers to keep going
The Archbishop of Glasgow, Most Rev. Mario Conti and the former leader of the Iona Community, Rev. Kathy Galloway are to receive Honorary Degrees from the University of Glasgow this summer.
Britain Loves Wikipedia is a scavenger hunt and free content photography contest running in museums across the UK in February with the aim to increase the number of pictures in Wikipedia articles.
Two Glasgow psychiatrists are to trial an American adoption system designed to reduce the number of years maltreated children under five-years-of-age spend in care
BBSRC, DFID and the Scottish Government join forces to announce £13million of new funding for research
A paper by Professor Naveed Sattar, published in The Lancet today, concludes a meta-analysis of 13 Statin trials
Companies in the West of Scotland and beyond are being encouraged to take advantage of the knowledge and expertise of academics in order to boost business.
An international team of experts, including a Glasgow academic, describe how new fossil evidence from Asia, Europe and the US reveals a missing piece in the evolutionary story of fish and mammals.
A European taskforce has been set up to investigate how to design the next generation of tera-scale computer memory systems - with Glasgow playing a key role.
Developmental medicine investigate the cause of hot flushing in menopausal women
Glasgow is launching an initiative to secure its position as a centre of excellence for the science industries of the 21st century.
The Hunterian Museum exhibition website receives global recognition from the online community of museums.
Professor Naveed Sattar and Dr Jennifer Logue advise on guidelines to tackle obesity
A new book, which reveals Govan's long and intriguing history, has been launched by the Minister for Culture Fiona Hyslop.
Dr Thomas Endlein joins Faculty of Biomedical and Life Sciences to study tree frogs and their sticky feet
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