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UofG supports major quantum technology effort to solve universe’s mysteries

Publish date: 2021/1/13 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The James Watt School of Engineering is providing key expertise for a new project which has won funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
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Climate change damage to the homes of clownfish affects their physiology

Publish date: 2021/1/12 13:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The metabolism of clownfish – or anemonefish – decreases when their sea ‘homes’ are damaged by climate change, according to a new study
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Different behaviours could reduce death and health risks in regular alcohol drinkers

Publish date: 2021/1/12 09:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A large study of UK adults who consume alcohol regularly has found that different patterns of alcohol consumption – including drinking wine, consuming alcohol with food and spreading alcohol intake over three to four days – could be associated with a lesser risk of alcohol-related negative health outcomes such as death.
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Putting a face to the voice: AVATAR 2 trial launched today

Publish date: 2021/1/11 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
AVATAR therapy uses digital avatars to represent the auditory hallucinations experienced by people with psychosis to help them cope with the distress caused by the voices.
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UofG part of international research network studying causes of hypertension

Publish date: 2021/1/11 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow has joined a large-scale European research project investigating the fundamental causes of hypertension, or high blood pressure.
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Branching out: DNA discovery could advance degenerative disease treatments

Publish date: 2021/1/8 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
New research on the structure and dynamics of a branched form of DNA called a three-way junction could lead to more effectively targeted treatments for degenerative disorders like Huntington’s Disease, scientists say.
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International travel key to the introduction and early undetected community transmission of COVID-19 in Scotland

Publish date: 2021/1/8 14:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists sequencing virus samples from the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Scotland (and through the first wave) have found evidence of community transmission, driven by multiple introductions through international travel, as early as February 2020.
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UofG partners with The Data Lab and BBC to develop next-gen voice assistant

Publish date: 2021/1/7 20:04 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new partnership between The Data Lab, the BBC and the University of Glasgow will research how the next generation of voice assistant technology can become a socially engaging conversational experience.
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Deadly parasites create unique cellular structures to survive

Publish date: 2021/1/7 15:08 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists have solved a key parasitic puzzle, revealing the unique and complex structures toxoplasmosis and malaria parasites make in order to survive in different hosts.
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LifeArc funds COVID-19 drug screening hub at the University of Glasgow

Publish date: 2021/1/6 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new COVID-19 drug screening and resistance hub will be established in Scotland, based at the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR).
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New Year Honours for UofG researchers

Publish date: 2021/1/5 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A pioneering University of Glasgow physicist and a former Army GP turned veteran researcher have been recognised in the New Year Honours for her services to science.
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Research Project to Unwrap Secrets of the Galloway Hoard

Publish date: 2020/12/21 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
National Museums Scotland has been awarded a grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to conduct a £1million research project into the Galloway Hoard, one of the most important UK archaeological finds of the century.
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Everledger seals agreement with UofG to combat counterfeit Scotch whiskies

Publish date: 2020/12/18 20:02 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Everledger and the Scottish Universities Environment Research Centre (SUERC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to join forces to tackle fraud within the whisky industry.
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UofG researchers set out for New Horizons

Publish date: 2020/12/18 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Researchers from the College of Science & Engineering are sharing in new funding for adventurous, high-risk research.
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New Scottish study to “REACH” people with heart failure at home

Publish date: 2020/12/16 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
REACH-HF – is an award winning cardiac rehabilitation programme which helps people living with heart failure improve their quality of life from the comfort and safety of their own homes – is being rolled out in six NHS Scotland Health Boards from this month
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Poverty linked to higher risk of Covid-19 death, study suggests

Publish date: 2020/12/15 18:15 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
People in Scotland’s poorest areas are more likely to be affected by severe Covid-19 – and to die from the disease – than those in more affluent districts, according to a study of critical care units.
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Major Research Fellowships for UofG academics

Publish date: 2020/12/14 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Two leading University of Glasgow researchers have been awarded prestigious fellowships from the Leverhulme Trust.
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Eating fish, but not meat, offers key health benefits

Publish date: 2020/12/14 14:43 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Compared with meat eaters, fish eaters have a lower risk of several adverse heart diseases, including stroke.
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International partnerships research global impact of Covid-19

Publish date: 2020/12/11 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Many effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in developing countries will be researched by 20 international partnerships
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Edinburgh and Glasgow join to train doctors in musculoskeletal disease

Publish date: 2020/12/10 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are joining forces to train young doctors in research relevant to the causes and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders
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UofG lends support to transatlantic quantum collaboration

Publish date: 2020/12/10 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
UofG researchers are lending their expertise to a partnership to create an advanced manufacturing toolkit for quantum sensing and quantum computing.
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Healthcare workers 7 times as likely to have severe COVID-19 as other workers

Publish date: 2020/12/9 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Healthcare workers are 7 times as likely to have severe COVID-19 infection as those with other types of ‘non-essential’ jobs
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Major European grants for four UofG researchers

Publish date: 2020/12/9 19:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Four researchers from the University of Glasgow have been named as the recipients of frontier research funding grants from the European Research Council.
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Scottish start-up wins contract to support Silicon Valley alternative protein trials

Publish date: 2020/12/9 15:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
SalmoSim, a UofG salmon simulator start-up, has secured its first commercial contract with California-based Calysta
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Leading economist joins the University of Glasgow

Publish date: 2020/12/8 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Graeme Roy as Dean of External Engagement in the College of Social Sciences.
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UofG-led new housing study says design quality of new homes across the UK remains “stubbornly low”

Publish date: 2020/12/7 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The design quality of new homes and neighbourhoods across the UK remains stubbornly low, according to an in-depth study on the issue published today by a team led by the University of Glasgow.
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Survivors of Sexual Assault and Rape Find their Voice in Powerful New Project

Publish date: 2020/12/7 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A series of stories written by survivors of sexual assault and rape about their journeys through the criminal justice system have been published today (Monday 7 Dec) as part of the 16 Days of Action campaign
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University of Glasgow Colleagues Invited to Take Part in Nest Insight’s Money Matters Survey

Publish date: 2020/12/7 12:12 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Last year, we invited you to take part in Nest Insight’s Money Matters survey. Your contribution helped Nest Insight and their research partners, Harvard University and the Money & Pensions Service, understand how people in the UK manage their money and feel about their financial wellbeing. They’re now running a follow up survey and we would like to invite you to take part again.
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Glasgow at the forefront of paediatric Crohn’s Trials

Publish date: 2020/12/4 09:57 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A pilot Crohn’s trial led by doctors at Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Children and scientists at the University of Glasgow has seen remarkable results with 60% of patients entering remission after just eight weeks, giving hope to patients across the country.
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UofG experts contribute to net-zero transition report

Publish date: 2020/12/3 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Researchers from the University of Glasgow’s School of Mathematics and Statistics have contributed to a major new report on how digital technology could help the UK achieve its net-zero goals.
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Robot arm lends a hand to socially-distanced engineering students

Publish date: 2020/12/1 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Engineering students on two continents are receiving a helping hand with their coursework during their first socially-distanced semester.
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University of Glasgow sets ambitious 2030 target for carbon neutrality

Publish date: 2020/11/30 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow has pledged to go ‘further and faster’ in its response to the climate emergency with a raft of new commitments, including a target for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
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Alliance launched to give voice to arts and humanities in Scottish society

Publish date: 2020/11/30 13:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Scottish Arts and Humanities Alliance (SAHA) has been launched with the aim of enhancing public and governmental understanding of the intellectual, creative, social, and economic contribution of arts and humanities to Scottish society.
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Prestigious fellowship for UofG artificial intelligence researcher

Publish date: 2020/11/27 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A University of Glasgow computing scientist is setting out to develop smarter, more helpful virtual personal assistants with the support of a prestigious new fellowship.
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Electronic skin could help robots get in touch with their feelings

Publish date: 2020/11/27 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A new type of energy-generating synthetic skin could create more affordable prosthetic limbs and robots capable of mimicking the sense of touch, scientists say.
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Glasgow named THE UK University of the Year

Publish date: 2020/11/26 14:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow has been named Times Higher Education (THE) University of the Year, it has been announced tonight.
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Scottish scientists join call for decade-long deep sea study

Publish date: 2020/11/25 12:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The deep seas – vast expanses of water and seabed hidden more than 200 metres below the ocean surface to depths up to 11,000 metres – are recognised globally as an important frontier of science and discovery
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Professor Rory O’Connor elected president of the International Association for Suicide Prevention

Publish date: 2020/11/24 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Professor Rory O’Connor has been announced as the new President of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) – the first person in the UK to hold this position for almost 50 years
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Big cats and small dogs: solving the mystery of canine distemper in wild tigers

Publish date: 2020/11/23 19:05 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
If you think getting your cat to the veterinarian is tricky, a new study – led by Cornell Wildlife Health Center, the University of Glasgow and the Wildlife Conservation Society; and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences – has revealed that vaccination of endangered Amur (Siberian) tigers is the only practical strategy to protect them from a dangerous disease in their natural habitat in the Russian Far East.
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Scotland’s Young Academy welcomes new members

Publish date: 2020/11/23 11:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The RSE Young Academy of Scotland (YAS) has announced the appointment of 51 new members including eight from the University of Glasgow.
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Firth of Clyde a ‘key source’ of juvenile whiting, supplying the wider Scottish west coast and Irish Sea fisheries

Publish date: 2020/11/20 14:44 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists have discovered that the Firth of Clyde is an important source of juvenile whiting to the wider Scottish west coast waters, in new research likely to be important for fisheries management.
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Identifying frailty should be a routine part of diabetes care

Publish date: 2020/11/19 19:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Identifying and assessing frailty in people with diabetes should be a priority, in order to better treat and manage patients and reduce mortality.
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New clinical trial launched for early treatment of COVID-19

Publish date: 2020/11/18 10:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A potential treatment for COVID-19, which has shown early promise in China and Japan, will be trialed in Glasgow
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Explorathon Festival goes online to celebrate research in Europe

Publish date: 2020/11/17 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Explorathon is the Scottish arm of ‘European Researchers’ Night’, an EC-funded festival happening in 300 cities across Europe.
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A study of the lives of people with learning disabilities through the pandemic

Publish date: 2020/11/16 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Coronavirus and people with learning disabilities: a study of the lives of people with learning disabilities through the coronavirus pandemic
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Mars education project sets out to encourage schoolkids’ stellar ambitions

Publish date: 2020/11/16 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
An education project which aims to bring the science of Martian exploration into the classroom is preparing for launch.
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UofG researchers report how novel diabetes drugs work to improve the prognosis for patients with heart failure

Publish date: 2020/11/16 14:40 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists at the University of Glasgow have furthered the understanding of how novel diabetes drugs can improve prognosis for patients with heart failure.
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UofG scientist set to play leading role in 'first of its kind' clinical trial to bring hope to people with lung cancer

Publish date: 2020/11/12 10:51 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A University of Glasgow scientist is set to play a leading role in a ground breaking clinical trial for people with lung cancer.
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Prof Steven Sinkins awarded £2.9m to support pioneering malaria work

Publish date: 2020/11/11 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Professor Steven Sinkins, Professor at the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR), has been awarded almost £3m to continue his pioneering mosquito symbiont work by Open Philanthropy
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Study aims to REACH out to heart failure patients

Publish date: 2020/11/10 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The Universities of Dundee and Glasgow have received £2.4 million to lead a clinical trial of a home-based cardiac rehabilitation programme for people with heart failure and their caregivers
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Newer medicine to prevent gout attacks is as safe as older treatment

Publish date: 2020/11/10 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
FAST Study finds no increased risk of cardiovascular events with febuxostat as compared with allopurinol for gout treatment
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Tobacco sales ban near schools cuts licensed shops by 70 per cent

Publish date: 2020/11/5 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Banning the sale of cigarettes close to schools and playgrounds would reduce the number of shops allowed to sell tobacco products in Scotland by more than 70 per cent
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Funding for salmon drugs may help lower cost of treating deadly human diseases

Publish date: 2020/11/4 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow has received funding to repurpose drugs that are currently used to treat some parasitic diseases in humans – Sleeping Sickness, Chagas Disease and Leishmaniasis – to manage amoebic gill disease in Atlantic salmon
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Scientists uncover new layer of complexity in how our bodies respond to drug treatments

Publish date: 2020/11/4 12:25 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists from the University of Glasgow have played an important role in understanding why some patients respond better to drug treatments than others.
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Young people recruited to harness smartphones to improve mental health and wellbeing

Publish date: 2020/11/3 15:04 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Young people across Europe are being recruited to a trial to put their smartphone usage to good use, via an app designed to prevent anxiety and depression and improve wellbeing.
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Early detection of frailty may help reduce dementia risk

Publish date: 2020/11/2 19:34 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Early detection and treatment of frailty and pre-frailty, may help to reduce the risk of dementia, or delay its onset.
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Policy-critical recommendations on mental health, welfare conditionality and employment just launched

Publish date: 2020/11/2 11:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
UofG scholars in partnership with social security and mental health experts have launched a series of recommendations to help support people with mental health problems in entering, maintaining, and returning to work.
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Scientists pinpoint possible reasons for successful cross-species viral spread

Publish date: 2020/10/30 16:25 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Infectious disease emergence is often the result of a pathogen entering a new host species, as highlighted by COVID-19. However, most cross-species transmissions fail to establish in the newly-infected species.
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LIGO and Virgo announce new detections in updated gravitational-wave catalogue

Publish date: 2020/10/29 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The publication of a new catalogue of gravitational wave detections from the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration is providing valuable new insight into the workings of the universe.
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Law rises into world top 40 in THE World Subject Rankings

Publish date: 2020/10/28 19:38 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Four subjects ranked in global top 100 rankings, with Law entering top 40
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Healthcare workers and their households at increased risk of COVID-19 hospitalisation

Publish date: 2020/10/28 19:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
During the first peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland, whilst the absolute risk remained low, patient-facing healthcare workers were at three-fold higher risk of hospitalisation with COVID-19 than the general population, according to new research.
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Free online course to educate people on gender history launched

Publish date: 2020/10/28 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
UofG and FutureLearn are launching a free online course to educate people on gender history as study shows that Brits feel they lack the right knowledge on gender issues/
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High blood pressure and its drug treatment unlikely to increase entry of COVID-19 virus into cells

Publish date: 2020/10/27 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Fears that people with high blood pressure are more at risk from severe Covid-19 because it is easier for the virus to enter their cells and tissues have been laid to rest, thanks to research by an international team of scientists
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University of Glasgow joins SCCS partnership in climate action

Publish date: 2020/10/21 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Leading academics from the University of Glasgow have joined forces with SCCS, the UK’s largest grouping of carbon capture and storage (CCS) scientists, to strengthen climate action through targeted research.
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New study reveals mental health impact of initial lockdown period

Publish date: 2020/10/21 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The first six weeks of the pandemic and lockdown had a major impact on the UK population’s mental health and wellbeing, according to new research
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Britain and Ireland’s greatest Vikings towns join forces

Publish date: 2020/10/21 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
York and Dublin, the two most important Viking settlements in Western Europe, are joining to learn from each other about their linked heritage and history.
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Glasgow gains three prestigious UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship awards

Publish date: 2020/10/15 20:01 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
The University of Glasgow has been awarded three prestigious UKRI-funded Future Leaders Fellowship awards, for work on COVID-19 and in cancer sciences.
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Pioneering UofG researcher recognised by Royal Society of Edinburgh

Publish date: 2020/10/14 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A University of Glasgow researcher has received a prestigious medal from the Royal Society of Edinburgh in recognition of his work in treating neurological diseases and infections.
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Study finds high levels of PTSD in nursing and care staff dealing with COVID-19

Publish date: 2020/10/13 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A University of Glasgow mathematician has helped map the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on nursing and care home staff in Italy.
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UofG-led arthritis research centre creates new generation of scientists

Publish date: 2020/10/12 20:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A University of Glasgow-led national centre for research into inflammatory arthritis is proud to announce it has awarded 12 PhDs in its first round of funding, creating a new cadre of young scientists trained in pathogenesis research to fight arthritis
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Scientists develop new ‘Precision Medicine’ approach to treating damaged DNA in Pancreatic Cancer

Publish date: 2020/10/12 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Scientists have developed a new ‘Precision Medicine’ approach to treating the damaged DNA in the cancer cells of Pancreatic Cancer patients.
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Six UofG academics recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Publish date: 2020/10/9 18:30 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Six leading University of Glasgow academics have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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New education centres to support young people in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Publish date: 2020/10/8 16:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
In March 2021, two new learning centres will open in Govan and Craigmillar to provide additional educational support to young people aged 7-18.
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New online festival sets out to tackle gender imbalance in tech sector

Publish date: 2020/10/7 20:05 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A week-long celebration of the life and achievements of a pioneering woman computing scientist is aiming to encourage more female participation in the tech sector.
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UofG lecture to reflect on the legacy of Scotland’s first First Minister

Publish date: 2020/10/6 19:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A former First Minister of Scotland has questioned whether Scotland has made enough progress towards social justice since the death of Donald Dewar 20 years ago.
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Free online course explores history and legacy of British slavery in the Caribbean

Publish date: 2020/10/5 18:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Free online course explores history and legacy of British slavery in the Caribbean
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‘Self-eating’ rocket whets funders’ appetite for development

Publish date: 2020/10/5 17:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
A ‘self-eating’ rocket engine which aims to put small payloads into orbit by burning its own structure as propellant has won financial support from the UK Government.
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Time for change to tackle malnutrition among older people in Scotland

Publish date: 2020/10/5 11:00 Posted by University of Glasgow :: News
Food Train and University of Glasgow study recommends mandatory community screening by health and social care agencies to identify older age adults in danger of malnourishment and food insecurity.
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University of Glasgow leads COVID-19 research response in Scotland

Publish date: 2020/9/10 19:01 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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