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A series of lectures will be held at the University of Glasgow in October as part of Black History Month (BHM) in Scotland.
The Secretary of State for Scotland, Michael Moore MP visited the James Watt Nanofabrication Centre and the British Heart Foundation Glasgow Cardiovascular Research Centre at the University.
Former biochemical researcher at the University of Glasgow, Professor Robert Edwards has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
Four postgraduate English Language students have accepted fee-waiver bursaries to pursue their studies funded by royalties from the Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary.
Respected author and BBC broadcaster James Naughtie begins the new series on Citizenship and Constitutional Reform
International students have given the University of Glasgow one of the best scores in the UK as part of a survey of student satisfaction.
Scientists have uncovered a novel mechanism by which Salmonella bacteria infect humans and say the discovery could potentially be exploited to kill cancerous cells.
Glasgow's prestigious Creative Writing Programme, founded in 1995, has earned a world-wide reputation for excellence with many of its alumni becoming distinguished writers.
The University of Glasgow has signed a strategic agreement with New York’s Columbia University which will see the development of a range of research collaborations.
A new enterprise aims to show how science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be taught more effectively through cross-disciplinary collaboration and reinforcement.
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