Celebrating the engagement and communication successes of our MVLS staff and students.
Glasgow Science Festival awarded Best Scottish Festival for the second year in a row at the Scottish Hospitality Awards 2019.
MVLS Researcher Emma Elliott (3rd from left) wins the top prize in the University's Three Minute Thesis Competition 2019 with her Draw me a Clock... presentation focused on cognitive problems in stroke patients. Full details plus a chance to watch all shortlisted entries.
Winners of the MVLS Engagement Awards 2018 announced at the MVLS College Christmas Council.
Two MVLS students are the winner and runner up in the Scottish Heats of the international science communication competition, FameLab.
MVLS Researcher Alex Riddell, Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences wins the top prize in the University's Three Minute Thesis Competition 2018 with Jane Bugler, a PhD student in the Institute of Cancer Sciences selected as the People’s Choice winner.
Winners of the inaugural MVLS Engagement Awards announced at the MVLS College Christmas Council.
Kirstin Leslie, MRC PhD student at the Institute of Health and Wellbeing, is the winner of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Max Perutz Science Writing Award 2017.