Mon, 09 Jun 2014 15:03:00 BST
Pint of Science is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers and was established by a community of postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers in 2012 with the aim of bringing cutting-edge science presentations to the public in an informal environment, i.e. the pub! The Pint of Science Festival will take place between Monday 19th - Wednesday 21st May 2014 in 11 universities across the UK and in Ireland, US, France and Switzerland internationally.
Thu, 22 Aug 2013 15:07:00 BST
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 12:50:00 GMT
Professor Robert Hadfield of the University of Glasgow, School of Engineering is the winner of the 2013 Brian Pippard Prize. Professor Hadfield was considered by the IoP Superconductivity Group's Prize Selection Panel, alongside a range of other strong contenders for the prize, to have made a very significant contribution to advances in superconductivity.
Tue, 19 Nov 2013 15:27:00 GMT
Genome sequencing joins hands with biotech innovation. Join our panel on 27 November, discussing Human Genome Sequencing: science, entrepreneurship and beyond. A unique opportunity to ask questions and interact with the experts.
Women in Science and Technology - feature in the Guardian and the University of Glasgow's first ever Public Engagement Officer is announced.
Wed, 06 Nov 2013 11:16:00 GMT
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Tue, 19 Nov 2013 10:52:00 GMT
Wed, 17 Jul 2013 11:08:00 BST
The College of Science and Engineering Graduate School held the first ever UK Science Slam event on Friday 19th July at the Cottier Theatre. Over 100 students, academics, representatives from industry and members of the public attended to hear eight of our PhD students present their research in a way never before seen.
Wed, 25 Sep 2013 16:09:00 BST
• The Raspberry Pi Cloud has been used on two lecture courses. • Six undergraduate students have helped to build the Cloud. • Attracted significant domestic and international media attention and praise. • Featured at the SICSA demofest and at the University of Stirling. • First research publication presented at an international conference in July 2013. • Featured in an invited conference tutorial in St Petersburg, September 2013.
Fri, 02 Aug 2013 14:27:00 BST
Writing in Science Magazine, Martin Lavery and Miles Padgett of the Optics Group with collaborators Stephen Barnet and Fiona Speirits from Strathclyde has shown that the familiar change in pitch of an approaching ambulance siren can also apply to spinning objects even when their linear velocity is zero
Wed, 24 Jul 2013 10:56:00 BST
Professor Miles Padgett and Sonja Franke-Arnold of the Optics Group were plenary speakers at International Workshop on Singularities and Topological Structures of Light held at the UNESCO funded International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in Trieste, Italy
Congratulations to Dr. Stéphanie Rossit who is the 2012 recipient of the British Psychological Society Award
Tue, 12 Mar 2013 15:12:00 GMT
Congratulations to Dr. Stéphanie Rossit who is the 2012 recipient of the British Psychological Society Award for OUTSTANDING DOCTORAL RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS TO PSYCHOLOGY for her thesis entitled ‘Action and Rehabilitation in Hemispatial Neglect’.
Fri, 08 Mar 2013 13:59:00 GMT
Professor Robert Hadfield, Professor of Photonics in the University’s School of Engineering, received the J&E Hall Gold Medal from the Institute of Refrigeration. This international prize is awarded annually for the ‘most noteworthy contribution to refrigeration and related technologies’.
Mon, 11 Feb 2013 10:38:00 GMT
Tue, 11 Dec 2012 15:59:00 GMT
Science and Engineering news
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|w/c 23rd December 2012|
|62005/1||Buttar, Dr C M (Physics & Astronomy)||Support for leadership of ATLAS UK Updagrade Project||Science & Technologies Facilities Council||£16,659|
|61053/1||Gillies, Dr E (Aerospace Engineering)||Hydrodynamics of tidal turbine blades||Scottish Funding Council||£25,000|
|w/c 2nd December 2012|
|62131/1||Pagett, Prof M (Physics & Astronomy)||Upgrading the small scale equipment base fro early career researchers in the engineering and physical sciences||EPSRC||£447,930|
|62193/2||Marquez, Dr R (Chemistry)||Investigation of the mechanism of action and therapeutic potential of Aurodox||EPSRC||£100,228|
|w/c 25th November 2012|
|60333/2||Hough, Prof J (Physics & Astronomy)||Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA): A Partnership for Excellence||Scottish Funding Council||£450,999|
|w/c 18th November 2012|
|56660/1||Grassl, Dr P (Infrastructure & Environment)||SAFE - A Systems Approach for Engineered Barriers||EPSRC||£141,480|
|w/c 4th November 2012|
|54216/4||Britton, Prof D (Physics & Astronomy)||GridPP4 - the Uk Grid for Particle Physics||Science & Technologies Facilities Council||£104, 049|
|w/c 28th October 2012|
|59468/1||Hutchings, Prof D C (Electronics & Nanoscale Engineering)||Materials World Network: Complex oxides for heterogeneous optoelectronic integration||EPSRC||£307,494|
|w/c 21st October 2012|
|58353/1||Fabel, Dr D (Geographical & Earth Sciences)||Britice-Chrono||Natrual Environment Research Council||£237,001|
|59013/1||Azzopardi, Dr Leif (Computing Science)||Models and Measure of Findability||EPSRC||£97,376|
|w/c 7th October 2012|
|60707/1||Manlove, Dr D (Computing Science)||Efficient Algorithms for Mechanism Design without Monetary Transfer||EPSRC||£269,483|
|w/c 30th September 2012|
|60001/1||Doyle, Prof A (Physics & Astronomy)||Expiremental Particle Physics||Science & Technologies Facilities Council||£3,942,430|
|w/c 9th September 2012|
|61836/1||Paul, Prof D (Electronics & Nanoscale Engineering)||ISG-EPSRC: "MEMS for gravity"||EPSRC||£24,356|
|61837/1||Yin, Dr H (Biomedical Engineering)||ISG-EPSRC: Imaging of radiogracers in microfluidic devices for integreted quality assurance, tracer evaluation and synthesis applications||EPSRC||£24,825|
|61844/1||Sutherland, Dr A (Chemistry)||ISG-EPSRC: Transition metal catalysis: New methods for the generation of PET imaging agents for the diagnosis of neurological disease and cancer||EPSRC||£13,086|
|w/c 23rd September 2012|
|44031/3||Brown, Prof K||Scottish Doctoral Training Centre - taught course centre for UK PhD stuents in the mathematical sciences||EPSRC|
|w/c 6th August 2012|
|57059/1||Simitev, Dr R D (Maths & Statistics)||Two-layer thermo-compositionsal dynamo models of the geomagnetic field||The Leverhulme Trust||£147,659|
|59138/1||Hild, Dr S (Physics & Astronomy)||SagnacsSpeedmeter: Interferometry beyond the standard quantum limit using velocity sensitive sagnac intereferometer||European Research Council||£1,166,049|
|61644/1||Pearce, Prof C J (Infrastructure Engineering)||On-line position specific isotope analysis interface for continuous flow isotope ration mass spectrometry||Royal Society||£67,219|
|58828/1||Gallagher, Dr H (Geographical & Earth Sciences)||Researching sonic environments: exploring audio methodologies||Arts and Humanities Research Council||£71,042|
Thu, 16 Jan 2014 14:21:00 GMT
Following the great success of the first UK Science Slam, the Graduate School is holding its second Science Slam on Friday 9th May 2014. It is hoped that around eight PhD students from Science and Engineering will participate. The event will be held again at Cottiers, a fantastic venue in Glasgow’s West End. For further information about the event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.