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Scientists have imaged the self-assembly of nano-particles, unveiling the blueprint for building designer molecular machines atom-by-atom.
Five members of University of Glasgow staff were recognised in the 2010 New Year Honours list.
An insect that looks like a twig, a moth that looks like a leaf or a plant that looks like a stone – is masquerading as an inanimate object just about avoiding detection?
January 7 is the anniversary of the founding of the University of Glasgow in 1451.
Twenty six civil service trainees from Romania have begun a one-year bespoke Masters programme at the University of Glasgow.
World Health Organisation growth charts are officially launched by Scottish Government.
Veterinary researchers have succeeded in killing equine sarcoid cells by silencing genes in the virus which cause tumours on horses.
High ranking soldiers, scholars, diplomats and journalists are to gather at the University of Glasgow for a major international event to discuss the war in Afghanistan.
Scientists at the Universities of Glasgow, Bristol and Southampton have succeeded in tying knots in light.
The University of Glasgow has signed agreements with two separate Indian universities to develop closer educational links.
Funding will go towards developing new models to test sleeping sickness drug efficiency.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) has called on MSPs to back plans for minimum pricing for alcohol, as laid out in a draft bill proposed by the Scottish Government.
An active supporter of the Aye Write! book festival, the University is directly involved in four events in this year’s busy programme.
Nobody wants to be average, so we are told, but scientists at the University of Glasgow have found that when it comes to vocal attractiveness, sounding average attracts more admirers.
A team of physicists has predicted the mass of a new particle which would help explain one of the fundamental forces of the universe.
Emeritus Professor Robin Downie is to chair a discussion on assisted death as part of the prestigious Stevenson lecture series on Citizenship.
Glasgow scientist's Nature paper explores running barefoot versus shod
Professor Raduan Che’ Rose, Special Adviser to the Minister for Higher Education in Malaysia, visited Glasgow recently to open the inaugural Malaysian International Doctoral Colloquium.
A new exhibition at the Hunterian Art Gallery focuses on the engravings of German artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528) and demonstrates how influential his prints were in Italy.
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