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Eight academics from the University of Glasgow have been honoured in this year’s Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellowship Presentations
Reactivlab, a University of Glasgow spin-out company which specialises in animal health diagnostic technology has been taken over by the Avacta Group.
Professor David Crompton's book is one of six nominated for this year’s oddest book title award.
The Scottish Centre for War Studies at the University of Glasgow is marking its fifteenth anniversary by hosting a major international conference to discuss the on-going conflict in Afghanistan.
Two researchers within the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre have secured research opportunities at Harvard University in the United States.
Drinkers who are overweight are much more likely to develop deadly liver disease, according to scientists.
Sea anglers, conservationists and scientists have joined forces to investigate novel ways of assessing inshore fish stocks.
Computer scientists are playing a key role in the NHS’s living donor kidney transplant programme which saw the first multiple kidney transplants involving three couples take place at the end of last year.
Scientists have devised a molecular 'LEGO toolkit' which can be used to assemble a vast number of new and functional chemical compounds.
Former Home Secretary, David Blunkett will deliver the inaugural Crick Memorial Lecture, given in memory of the late Professor Sir Bernard Crick.
More than 300 runners of all standards joined together this weekend to support the Beatson Pebble Appeal's Run for Fun
The brains of males and females may be far more different then previously thought, at least in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster
Leading experts from across the world will take part in a one-day conference at the University next week to discuss the shifting global power base since the end of the Cold War.
Chinese premier Wen Jiabao’s scholarly interest in the work of Adam Smith demonstrates the enduring relevance of one of Glasgow's leading luminaries.
Preserving the fabric of the nation’s treasures for future generations, a new textile conservation centre is to be established at the University of Glasgow.
Scientists have discovered the brain saves energy by predicting what it is likely to see.
The Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow has paid tribute to Nobel Prize-winner and former Veterinary School lecturer Sir James Black, who died on Monday after a long illness.
A major component of a satellite that will test technology for precision gravitational measurements has been delivered to the European Space Agency (ESA) by Glasgow scientists.
Website launched to delve deeper into the origins of modern day maladies
Researchers have successfully exploited statistical inference and mathematical modelling to discover how cells communicate.
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