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University of Glasgow leads COVID-19 research response in Scotland

Publish date: 2020/5/20 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR) is at the heart of COVID-19 research response in Scotland and the UK
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UofG scientists fast-track research into COVID-19 and heart disease

Publish date: 2020/5/20 09:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Researchers are supporting global efforts to combat Covid-19, and trying to better understand its wider effects on people with heart and circulatory diseases.
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WHO report reveals UK adolescents experience mental health concerns

Publish date: 2020/5/19 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
New report shows that adolescent mental well-being declined in many countries between 2014 and 2018
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Big-brained minnows of tomorrow could face cognitive challenges in warmer waters

Publish date: 2020/5/18 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Climate change could leave freshwater fish with bigger brains but a reduced ability to effectively explore their surroundings.
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Five new Athena SWAN awards

Publish date: 2020/5/18 11:21 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
University now has a total of 23 awards
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Research reveals the extent of grey seals’ maternal sacrifice

Publish date: 2020/5/14 19:35 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
By transferring huge amounts of their own body resources they allow their pups to stockpile vital nutrients
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Three UofG scientists elected to the prestigious Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship

Publish date: 2020/5/13 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Academy of Medical Sciences has elected three prominent University of Glasgow scientists to their highly prestigious fellowship
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Female sea turtles do not disguise their nests – but create a decoy trail

Publish date: 2020/5/12 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Research led by UofG uncovers evidence that marine turtles use diversionary tactics to protect their eggs from predators
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Working up a sweat could power future wearable devices

Publish date: 2020/5/11 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new generation of wearable devices could be powered by human sweat instead of conventional, environmentally-unfriendly batteries.
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SARS-CoV-2 has not mutated into different types, new research confirms

Publish date: 2020/5/6 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Analysis work from the CVR provides evidence that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has not mutated into different types
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Scottish Universities receive funding to find COVID-19 treatments

Publish date: 2020/5/6 09:17 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Universities of Glasgow and Dundee have been awarded £225,000 to rapidly screen for potential COVID-19 treatments. The project is funded by the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, an initiative launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, and Mastercard to speed up the response to the COVID-19 pandemic by funding the identification, assessment, development and scale up of treatments.
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Seabird nests are full of discarded plastic debris

Publish date: 2020/5/5 20:39 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Research identifies for the first time the source of plastic pollution for seabird species
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Malaria mosquito research could provide new control tools

Publish date: 2020/5/4 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists have discovered a malaria transmission-blocking microbe, making an important stride in the fight against the disease.
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UofG engineers gear up to produce thousands of pieces of PPE

Publish date: 2020/5/4 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
UofG engineers are doing their bit to help frontline workers and carers stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic by producing up to 1,000 pieces of personal protective equipment each day.
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UofG awarded more than £1m to undertake rapid COVID-19 research

Publish date: 2020/4/29 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
UofG has been awarded more than £1m from the Scottish Government to undertake nine crucial COVID-19 research projects
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Drill projects set to break new ground on Earth and in space

Publish date: 2020/4/27 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Two new research projects are setting out to consider exploration at different extremes.
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Consortium wins landmark £7m grant to boost quantum technologies

Publish date: 2020/4/24 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
University of Glasgow researchers are part of a new consortium which has won the largest-ever grant from the UK Government aimed at commercialising quantum technologies.
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Patterns of common coronavirus infections could aid understanding of COVID-19

Publish date: 2020/4/24 09:48 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Coronavirus infections are a common cause of mild colds, infecting thousands of people every year in the UK.
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COVID-19 - what does it mean in terms of years of life lost?

Publish date: 2020/4/23 20:37 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
UofG research team takes analysis beyond the number of deaths
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New research gives clues to artery problems in high blood pressure

Publish date: 2020/4/23 17:51 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A small piece of genetic material could hold the key to diagnosing and treating high blood pressure earlier, according to new research by scientists at the University of Glasgow, who found that a small piece of genetic material could explain why arteries become increasingly stiff (which happens in high blood pressure) and why blood vessels age faster.
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Glasgow Lighthouse Lab facility begins processing samples for COVID-19

Publish date: 2020/4/22 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Lighthouse Laboratory in Glasgow – a major new COVID-19 testing facility based in Scotland – is now operational.
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Stay cool to save energy

Publish date: 2020/4/20 15:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Birds in the wild appear to lower their bill temperature to prevent heat loss in order to preserve energy when food is scarce, according to new research.
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Gravitational wave discovery shows merger of two black holes with unequal masses

Publish date: 2020/4/20 10:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The third observing run of LIGO and Virgo is offering new insights into the late inspiral and merger phase of binary black hole systems.
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UofG to lead research into China's containment measures

Publish date: 2020/4/17 12:06 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Their findings should help the UK and other countries to formulate their own responses
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COVID-19: new UofG-led report examines options for exiting the pandemic

Publish date: 2020/4/17 11:26 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
University of Glasgow Ad Hoc Response Team examines the various scenarios facing governments
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Mental health and brain research must be a higher priority in global response to tackle COVID-19 pandemic

Publish date: 2020/4/16 17:11 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Experts have called for real time monitoring of mental health to be rolled out urgently in the UK and globally in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Matter-antimatter difference found in neutrino oscillations

Publish date: 2020/4/15 12:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new research paper provides valuable new insight into how the symmetry between matter and antimatter is broken in neutrino oscillations.
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Risk of viruses emerging in humans may not depend on their animal host

Publish date: 2020/4/13 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The likelihood of emerging viruses spreading to humans from animals, may not depend on the animal reservoir of the original virus
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Study launched to understand mental health implications of COVID-19

Publish date: 2020/4/9 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow is leading a new study, in partnership with the Samaritans and the SAMH
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Writers and public rally to support a new virtual literature festival

Publish date: 2020/4/7 10:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Over 200 writers are taking part in the world’s first virtual international literature festival, Stay-At-Home! Festival, which is founded by Dr Carolyn Jess-Cooke from University of Glasgow.
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University of Glasgow to support COVID-19 response with new testing facility

Publish date: 2020/4/2 14:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow will host Scotland’s central COVID-19 testing facility in Glasgow
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€2.5m project set to shed light on future of solar power generation from space

Publish date: 2020/3/31 19:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new project which will explore the possibility of using space-based reflectors to shine additional sunlight towards future large-scale solar power farms at dawn and dusk has won backing from the European Research Council.
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Universities join forces to help pandemic fight

Publish date: 2020/3/30 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists at the Universities of Dundee are Glasgow are combining their expertise to aid the global battle against coronavirus
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Scientists document seasonal migrations of fish across the deep-sea floor for the first time

Publish date: 2020/3/27 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists have, for the first time, documented seasonal migrations of fish across the seafloor in deep-sea fish
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Quantum leap for photon entanglement could revolutionise secure communications

Publish date: 2020/3/27 14:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A breakthrough in the development of quantum-enhanced optical systems could pave the way for advances in encryption, communication and measurement.
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CVR named as part of £20m COVID-19 Genomics UK Consortium

Publish date: 2020/3/23 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research named as one of 13 key centres working on COVID-19 whole genome sequencing
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New funding to help understand how Covid-19 affects people

Publish date: 2020/3/23 12:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
CVR to play a key role in new project, on understanding of COVID-19 and its impact on the body
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UofG statement on Outlander and Edwin Morgan 100 conferences

Publish date: 2020/3/16 09:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
After careful consideration, the University of Glasgow has made the difficult decision to cancel two international conferences it was organising and hosting - the Outlander Conference Glasgow 2020 and the Edwin Morgan 100 Conference.
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New microscopy technique helps pictures tell a thousand words

Publish date: 2020/3/13 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new imaging method combined with machine learning uncovers previously hidden information in micrographs of biological cells to reveal quantitative information of gene expression levels.
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Scientists find new pre-clinical link between gut microbiome and brain function

Publish date: 2020/3/12 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have described new molecules which form a direct link between the gut microbiome and the brain
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Disaster relief project DAREs to think different with drones

Publish date: 2020/3/12 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A project which aims to use drones to ensure that mobile communications remain accessible in disaster zones has had its first successful demonstration.
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People who cycle to work have a higher risk of injury, but the benefits offset this risk

Publish date: 2020/3/11 19:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Commuters who cycle to work are at higher risk of injury compared to those who walk to work, use a car or take public transport
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UofG recreates 150-year-old professors' photo for International Women's Day

Publish date: 2020/3/6 15:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Some of the University of Glasgow’s senior women leaders assembled to give their own historic take on a 150-year-old, all-male professors’ photo ahead of celebrations for International Women’s Day.
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New Climate Emergency Funding for Govanhill Project

Publish date: 2020/3/5 19:20 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
University awarded £250,000 from Scottish Funding Council's Climate Emergency Collaboration Challenge
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£113 million Research Hub tops out at UofG

Publish date: 2020/3/4 18:52 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Construction reaches major milestone
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2020 QS World University Rankings by Subject

Publish date: 2020/3/4 16:43 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Improvements for Arts & Humanities, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences
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UofG Great War Project commemoration ends

Publish date: 2020/3/3 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow’s Great War Project to remember every member of its community to lose their lives has officially ended today with its last commemoration service.
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Eight academics from Glasgow elected RSE Fellows

Publish date: 2020/3/3 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Royal Society of Edinburgh names 64 new fellows from across sciences, arts, education, business and public life
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Walking Library for the National Forest

Publish date: 2020/3/3 10:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Walking Library for Forest Walks is part of an arts project, launched by Professor Dee Heddon and Misha Myers, and supported by UofG, which combines reading with walking.
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Meteorite observation network sets out to catch a falling star

Publish date: 2020/3/2 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
British scientists are turning their eyes to the skies to track meteorites before they land on UK soil – and they’re looking for volunteers to help them recover the space rocks whenever and wherever they fall.
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UofG alumni among six trailblazing Scottish women to be honoured with a commemorative plaque

Publish date: 2020/2/28 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Six trailblazing women from Scotland’s past, from the country’s first female solicitor and UofG graduate to the first Scottish woman to direct a feature-length film, have been recognised by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
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UofG-led NHS research team part of European partnership to accelerate mesothelioma research

Publish date: 2020/2/28 15:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Researchers at the University of Glasgow and NHSGGC are set to benefit from a £5million European research award to refocus research efforts on mesothelioma, an asbestos-related, incurable cancer.
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Turning back the clock on blue carbon tolls a warning bell for the environment

Publish date: 2020/2/27 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new study of a Scottish sea loch which reconstructs 5,000 years of its climate history is casting doubt on hopes that ‘blue carbon’ could help slow the rate of global heating.
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New research funding for project to reduce children’s medical discomfort

Publish date: 2020/2/25 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A project which aims to develop robots to reduce children’s distress during medical procedures is one of 10 ‘responsible artificial intelligence’ initiatives to receive newfunding.
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Professor James Leiper announced as Associate Medical Director of the BHF

Publish date: 2020/2/18 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The British Heart Foundation has announced the appointment of Prof James Leiper as an Associate Medical Director for Research
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E-cigarettes may be helping disadvantaged smokers to quit

Publish date: 2020/2/11 18:09 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
New research confirms that low numbers of young people are vaping, with vaping more common in young people from disadvantaged households who had never smoked before
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Quantum leap for imaging could advance radar tech

Publish date: 2020/2/10 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new imaging method which exploits the unique properties of quantum-entangled photons to reveal hidden information could help move forward the developing field of quantum radar.
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The most powerful new particle accelerator could be a muon collider

Publish date: 2020/2/5 14:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
What should be the next accelerator to replace the LHC at the highest possible energies once it ceases operation? A muon collider could be the answer.
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Scottish scientists play a key part in new ‘comprehensive’ map of cancer genomes

Publish date: 2020/2/5 14:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A collaborative global scientific effort, which includes a group of researchers from UofG, has completed the most comprehensive study of whole cancer genomes to date
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Brexit Announcement from UofG

Publish date: 2020/1/31 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
University issues joint statement with other institutions
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National adolescent study reveals insights into child mental health in Scotland

Publish date: 2020/1/30 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A national report, carried out every four years, has provided insights into child mental health in Scotland
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Clearest and most detailed images yet of the sun revealed

Publish date: 2020/1/30 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The clearest and most detailed images of the Sun have been captured by the largest telescope in the world.
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Turner Prize Winner among new University of Glasgow Library Fellows

Publish date: 2020/1/27 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow Library has today named 13 scholars, including a Turner Prize winner, awarded a visiting fellowship to carry out research using its unique collections.
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UofG researchers launch €3m project with European partners

Publish date: 2020/1/23 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A team of researchers from CREATe, the UK Copyright and Creative Economy Centre based in the University of Glasgow, have received a major new award.
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UofG research will look at the worldwide map of contemporary Burns Suppers

Publish date: 2020/1/22 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Academics at the University of Glasgow plan to pull together a worldwide map of contemporary Burns Supper activity over the next two years.
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University to construct new Postgraduate Teaching Hub and Business School building

Publish date: 2020/1/20 18:24 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
£86 million investment in PGT student experience and Adam Smith Business School.
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New painting by Glasgow Mòd artist in residence Sandy Moffat unveiled

Publish date: 2020/1/20 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Foillseachadh air dealbh le Sandy Moffat, neach-ealain air mhuninntearas aid Mòd Ghlaschu
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Engineering students gear up to develop creative approaches to global problems

Publish date: 2020/1/17 10:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Students from the University of Glasgow’s James Watt School of Engineering geared up this week to tackle global challenges during the School’s first-ever Creativity Week.
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Donation will help continue research into Scotland’s national bard at the University of Glasgow

Publish date: 2020/1/16 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A philanthropic American couple have gifted a quarter of a million dollars to the home of the largest concentration of Robert Burns experts in the world, it was announced today.
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Cheap roundworm drug found to enhance the effects of chemotherapy in prostate cancer – scientists say it could be availa

Publish date: 2020/1/16 09:57 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists at the University of Glasgow and Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute have tested close to 1000 existing medicines and discovered that a cheap drug commonly used to treat parasitic worm infection could be a game-changing treatment for prostate cancer.
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Stepping up to the challenge: studying drug dosage during an Ebola outbreak

Publish date: 2020/1/15 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A specialist technique used to study drugs has been completed for the first time during an outbreak of Ebola virus disease
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University of Glasgow research finds Robert Burns is worth £203 million annually in direct value to Scotland, and almost

Publish date: 2020/1/10 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scotland’s national bard is worth just over £200 million a year to the Scottish economy and the poet’s brand is worth nearly £140 million annually, a report by the University of Glasgow has revealed.
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Clyde in the Classroom celebrates 20 years of river ecology

Publish date: 2020/1/8 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The unique project that brings the River Clyde into classrooms around the West of Scotland is celebrating its 20th anniversary
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Exercising with ‘feel fuller’ supplement could boost fat burn

Publish date: 2020/1/7 16:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Moderate-intensity exercise combined with a supplement which suppresses appetite could boost the rate at which fat is burned in the human body, new research suggests.
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New Director of the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities announced

Publish date: 2020/1/6 19:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities (SGSAH) is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Director, Professor Claire Squires.
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UofG gravitational astrophysicists celebrate neutron star collision observation

Publish date: 2020/1/6 16:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The publication of a new observation of gravitational wave data is being celebrated by researchers from the University of Glasgow’s Institute for Gravitational Research.
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New Year honour for Professor Sheila McLean

Publish date: 2020/1/6 13:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Professor Emerita of Law and Ethics in Medicine was recognised for services to Health and to Education
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Robert Owen Award presented to Professor Christine Forde by Education Secretary

Publish date: 2019/12/17 20:09 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Award recognises an educator who exemplifies the vision, principles and values of Robert Owen
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Lightning affected electricity supplies in Highlands

Publish date: 2019/7/12 17:45 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Thursday's thunderstorms affected more than 1,500 properties in the Highlands.
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Edinburgh nursery death baby named as Fox Goulding

Publish date: 2019/7/12 17:19 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The 10-month-old boy died in hospital after choking at a Bright Horizons Nursery in Edinburgh.
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Your pictures

Publish date: 2019/7/12 16:58 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 5 to 12 July.
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Family tribute to woman found dead in Aberdeen

Publish date: 2019/7/12 16:49 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A 24-year-old man has been charged in connection with the death of Carol Milne, 59, in Aberdeen.
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Himalayas search for climber Martin Moran called off, says family

Publish date: 2019/7/12 16:13 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Martin Moran is believed to have died along with seven other climbers after an avalanche in May.
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Scotland's newspapers: Nursery choking death and 'lab rats' claims

Publish date: 2019/7/12 15:12 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The death of a child who choked on a piece of fruit at an Edinburgh nursery makes the front pages.
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T in the Park won't ever be returning

Publish date: 2019/7/12 15:09 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The Scottish festival ran for 22 years but organisers say they're focusing on new events.
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Four taken to hospital after Aberdeen mail depot 'incident'

Publish date: 2019/7/12 14:08 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Emergency services were called to the Royal Mail centre in Aberdeen at about 18:30 on Thursday.
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Netball World Cup: Claire Maxwell says Scotland aiming for top eight

Publish date: 2019/7/12 13:22 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Scotland need not worry about inspiring people at the Netball World Cup because their sport "will do the talking", says captain Claire Maxwell.
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Innerleithen bike trail deal 'first of its kind'

Publish date: 2019/7/12 08:15 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A group of mountain biking enthusiasts will take over management of the routes in the Tweed Valley.
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'I was forced to marry my cousin'

Publish date: 2019/7/12 08:13 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
As forced marriages reported in Scotland increase, Nyla Khan describes being taken to Pakistan to marry aged 17.
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'Halt universal credit pilot,' MSPs tell UK government

Publish date: 2019/7/12 08:09 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
MSPs raise concerns about moves to shift existing benefits claimants on to universal credit.
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Connah's Quay 1-2 Kilmarnock: Angelo Alessio praises 'great character'

Publish date: 2019/7/12 06:14 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
New Kilmarnock manager Angelo Alessio says his players proved they had "great character" by coming from behind to beat Connah's Quay Nomads in Europa League first-round qualifying.
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Aberdeen: Derek McInnes' side trying to sign more than just Hibs target Funso Ojo

Publish date: 2019/7/12 05:39 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Derek McInnes says Aberdeen have had "a couple of bids accepted" for players as they compete with Hibs for the signing of Scunthorpe's Funso Ojo.
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Europa League: Connah's Quay Nomads 1-2 Kilmarnock

Publish date: 2019/7/12 03:59 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
Stuart Findlay's stoppage-time winner against Connah's Quay Nomads in the Europa League first qualifying round first leg gave Angelo Alessio a winning start as Kilmarnock manager in Rhyl.
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Hamilton Academical: Korede Adedoyin signs on loan from Everton

Publish date: 2019/7/12 02:21 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
Hamilton Academical sign teenager Everton attacker Korede Adedoyin on a season-long loan.
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Baby boy dies after choking on food at Edinburgh nursery

Publish date: 2019/7/12 01:34 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The 10-month-old died in hospital after the incident at Bright Horizons Nursery in Edinburgh.
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Scots baby world's youngest to have deep brain treatment

Publish date: 2019/7/12 01:33 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
Viktoria Kaftanikaite's life was saved by drilling holes in her skull and having electrodes implanted deep into her brain.
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Little girl treated with brain electrodes

Publish date: 2019/7/12 01:31 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A young girl has undergone surgery to have electrodes implanted deep into her brain.
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Glasgow City sign Scotland cap Rachel McLauchlan from Yeovil

Publish date: 2019/7/12 00:09 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
Scotland cap Rachel McLauchlan has returned north to sign for Glasgow City after six months in England.
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Thistle in 'active dialogue' after formal takeover bid - returning chairman Beattie

Publish date: 2019/7/11 23:56 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
Partick Thistle's new board are in "active dialogue" with potential new investors after a formal takeover bid was made for the Glasgow club.
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Pain 'too much to bear' for Paisley 'hit and run' victim's family

Publish date: 2019/7/11 23:23 Posted by BBC News - Glasgow & West Scotland
The family of Robyn Fryar, 15, who died after being hit on a Paisley road, say they are "in a nightmare they cannot wake up from"
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