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Scientists at the University of Glasgow have developed a simple test to detect coronary artery disease by analysing urine samples.
Scientists have identified a genetic variation in humans which is associated with a reduced risk of hypertension.
The University of Glasgow hosted the visit of around twenty university Presidents and Vice Presidents from Chinese universities last week.
Scientists, using sophisticated recording equipment, have mapped the neural circuitry involved in processing colour vision in humans for the first time.
A research team from the University of Glasgow has created ‘super-twisted’ light for the first time.
The multi-million pound Kelvin Nanocharacterisation Centre at the University of Glasgow is playing a central role in a €1.9m project to develop new, lightweight steels.
A new £2.4m Scottish Centre for Production Animal Health and Food Safety has been officially opened at the University of Glasgow’s School of Veterinary Medicine.
In a special week of events organised by the British Academy and Royal Society of Edinburgh, new light will be cast on the cultural life of Medieval Scotland.
A British-Israeli fish conservation project is to explore little understood deep reef fish populations in an effort to help safeguard their future.
Professor Stuart Reid has announced that he is leaving the University of Glasgow to take up the position of Principal of the Royal Veterinary College, London.
A new study from The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research gives an insight into what offenders really think about their punishment.
The risk of death and hospitalisation of patients with heart failure can be reduced considerably by administering a cheap and easily available drug, according to new medical research.
Major breakthrough in the treatment of high blood pressure
First patient successfully treated and discharged
A nationwide appeal for descriptions of video film depicting childhood in Scotland during the 1980s and ‘90s has been issued by researchers at the University of Glasgow.
In a first for the UK, the University of Glasgow is to offer Intellectual Property – including ground-breaking medical and scientific research - to business and entrepreneurs free of charge.
Professor Nigel Leask has won the National Library of Scotland/Saltire Society Research Book of the Year Award for a new book on Robert Burns.
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