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Strathclyde signs new partnership agreement with Santander Universities UK - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde signs new partnership agreement with Santander Universities UK  University of Strathclyde

The University has signed a new three year partnership agreement with Santander to provide support for future students, researchers and entrepreneurs.

'Global first' laser developed at Strathclyde University - BBC News
'Global first' laser developed at Strathclyde University  BBC News

A team of Scottish scientists has developed a unique high-precision laser. They say its size, portability and low cost make it a global first. The device is the size of ...

Consortium awarded extra funding to create £9 million offshore renewables hub - University of Strathclyde
Consortium awarded extra funding to create £9 million offshore renewables hub  University of Strathclyde

A national consortium which has the University of Strathclyde as a core member has been awarded an additional £4 million funding to cement the UK's position ...

Glasgow City Innovation District hosts exporting roadshow - University of Strathclyde
Glasgow City Innovation District hosts exporting roadshow  University of Strathclyde

The new Glasgow City Innovation District is the venue for the Department of International Trade's exporting roadshow, taking place today. The 'Exporting is ...

Strathclyder honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours List - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyder honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours List  University of Strathclyde

Professor Graham Wren, Special Adviser to the Principal, has been appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in The Queen's Birthday ...

Age Friendly Academy - University of Strathclyde
Age Friendly Academy  University of Strathclyde

Engage, the University of Strathclyde's flagship programme of events taking place over one week, returned earlier last month to great acclaim. With over 60 ...

Engineers gather for Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering conference - University of Strathclyde
Engineers gather for Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering conference  University of Strathclyde

More than 1,000 engineers and specialists in ocean, offshore and arctic engineering are expected to flock to Glasgow for an international conference.

Glasgow Children's University 2019 graduates are a class act - University of Strathclyde
Glasgow Children's University 2019 graduates are a class act  University of Strathclyde

Students showed they were top of the class when they graduated from Glasgow Children's University. More than 200 pupils aged from 5 to 14 donned gowns ...

Pioneering knee surgery study researcher wins prestigious EFORT award - University of Strathclyde
Pioneering knee surgery study researcher wins prestigious EFORT award  University of Strathclyde

A University of Strathclyde biomedical engineer has received a prestigious award for a paper on a pioneering robotic knee surgery trial. Dr Matthew Banger has ...

Firefighters tackle former Jordanhill College blaze - BBC News
Firefighters tackle former Jordanhill College blaze  BBC News

The large fire broke out at the building in Southbrae Drive in the west end just before 16:00 on Saturday.

Glasgow fire brigade's efforts to help curb unwanted fire alarm signals - Evening Times
Glasgow fire brigade's efforts to help curb unwanted fire alarm signals  Evening Times

FIREFIGHTERS are working with students to drive down the number of unwanted fire alarm signals.

Stardust Reloaded programme attracts 25 international partners - University of Strathclyde
Stardust Reloaded programme attracts 25 international partners  University of Strathclyde

A University of Strathclyde-led research project investigating how to make the use of space sustainable has attracted a raft of new partners, including ...

Supermundane artwork is anything but dull - University of Strathclyde
Supermundane artwork is anything but dull  University of Strathclyde

The characteristic design style of graphic artist Supermundane is the latest piece of public art to brighten the streets of Glasgow. An impressive work by the ...

Strathclyde students team up with trustees of historic steamer TS Queen Mary - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde students team up with trustees of historic steamer TS Queen Mary  University of Strathclyde

She was the largest Clyde pleasure steamer ever built who ferried thousands of holidaymakers 'doon the watter' to the west coast of Scotland. But by the time ...

Scotland's Energy future 'faces major obstacles' - BBC News
Scotland's Energy future 'faces major obstacles'  BBC News

Scotland faces "substantial obstacles" in the drive to cut carbon while keeping energy supplies reliable and affordable, a study has said. The Royal Society of ...

Here's why Oor Wullie statues have popped up around Glasgow - Glasgow Live
Here's why Oor Wullie statues have popped up around Glasgow  Glasgow Live

Jings! Crivens! You're going to be seeing this cheeky face about town a fair bit this summer.

Students at the Chemistry Clinic - University of Strathclyde
Students at the Chemistry Clinic  University of Strathclyde

Chemistry is everywhere in business and commerce. Products - food, drink, cosmetics, paints, construction materials – abound with chemical compounds, both ...

European Elections: What they tell us about support for Brexit - BBC News
European Elections: What they tell us about support for Brexit  BBC News

There were two largely separate battles taking place in the European elections in the UK. The first was for the support of those who voted Leave in the 2016 ...

Offshore renewables hub awarded £4m to make UK 'global leader' - Environment Journal
Offshore renewables hub awarded £4m to make UK 'global leader'  Environment Journal

A national consortium has been awarded £4m to help make the UK a global leader in offshore renewable energy (ORE) innovation and research. The Supergen ...

Strathclyde energy tech spinout receives £2.9 million investment - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde energy tech spinout receives £2.9 million investment  University of Strathclyde

An energy technology company spun out from the University of Strathclyde has received investment worth a total of £2.9 million to support its expansion.

Health experts' bottle return scheme obesity claim disputed - The National
Health experts' bottle return scheme obesity claim disputed  The National

THE model for Scotland's planned flat-rate deposit return scheme for drinks cans and bottles could “severely hamper” efforts to tackle childhood obesity, public ...

Don’t believe the lie that centrism is dead – it’s growing stronger by the day thanks to the scourge of Brexit - The Independent
Don’t believe the lie that centrism is dead – it’s growing stronger by the day thanks to the scourge of Brexit  The Independent

As the disaster which is Brexit continues to unfold, it is clear something bigger is happening. The tectonic plates are shifting and the public is now more in favour ...

Boris Johnson's tax pledge could widen UK-Scottish pay gap by £8k - HeraldScotland
Boris Johnson's tax pledge could widen UK-Scottish pay gap by £8k  HeraldScotland

High-earning Scots face paying nearly £8000 a year more in tax than their counterparts south of the border under plans by Boris Johnson to make a…

Deposit return scheme could 'severely hamper' efforts to tackle obesity - expressandstar.com
Deposit return scheme could 'severely hamper' efforts to tackle obesity  expressandstar.com

Scotland's planned flat-rate deposit return scheme for drinks cans and bottles could “severely hamper” efforts to tackle childhood obesity, public health experts ...

Activists picket Scotland's richest pension fund - Third Force News
Activists picket Scotland's richest pension fund  Third Force News

Climate activists will picket the AGM of Strathclyde Pension Fund tomorrow (14 June) in protest against its investments in companies driving climate change,.

What are the Scotland European elections 2019 results? - Manchester Evening News
What are the Scotland European elections 2019 results?  Manchester Evening News

Here is a breakdown of how people voted in the EU Parliament elections in Scotland.

Polling guru warns of 'CIVIL WAR' over Peterborough by-election vote - 'Divided evenly' - Express
Polling guru warns of 'CIVIL WAR' over Peterborough by-election vote - 'Divided evenly'  Express

CIVIL war” between the Brexit Party and the Conservatives risks breaking out following the Peterborough by-election result, polling expert John Curtice has ...

Boris Johnson under pressure over attacks on Scotland's public spending - HeraldScotland
Boris Johnson under pressure over attacks on Scotland's public spending  HeraldScotland

BORIS Johnson is at the centre of a row over a sustained series of attacks on the funding system used to calculate public spending in Scotland.

New £28m UK research hub aims to drive electrical revolution - Energy Live News - Energy Made Easy
New £28m UK research hub aims to drive electrical revolution  Energy Live News - Energy Made Easy

A new £28 million research hub aimed at putting UK manufacturing at the forefront of the electrical revolution has been launched. The Engineering and Physical ...

First Glasgow celebrates 125 years of transport in the city with retro bus looks - Glasgow Live
First Glasgow celebrates 125 years of transport in the city with retro bus looks  Glasgow Live

They are giving three of their double decker fleet a makeover to turn them back to heritage colours of the 60's, 70's and 80's.

Scots will have to learn to get on with new PM - The Times
Scots will have to learn to get on with new PM  The Times

As Boris Johnson heads for No 10, I have an awful sense of déjà vu. Are we entering another age of resentment? Think back to the long years in Scotland when ...

Rapid test for Sepsis developed by Strathclyde researchers could save thousands of lives - University of Strathclyde
Rapid test for Sepsis developed by Strathclyde researchers could save thousands of lives  University of Strathclyde

Researchers at the University of Strathclyde have developed an innovative, low cost test for earlier diagnosis of sepsis which could save thousands of lives.

Local professor's delight at Queen's birthday honour - Greenock Telegraph
Local professor's delight at Queen's birthday honour  Greenock Telegraph

AN influential businessman and academic who lives in Kilmacolm has spoken of his delight at being named in the Queen's birthday honours list.

Join the £31m state-of-the-art sports centre - University of Strathclyde
Join the £31m state-of-the-art sports centre  University of Strathclyde

You will require a padlock for the lockers in Strathclyde Sport. You can bring your own padlock or purchase one from our reception for £3.00. Please note that ...

Northern Ireland economy 'is slowest growing in UK' - BBC News
Northern Ireland economy 'is slowest growing in UK'  BBC News

Figures suggest the NI economy grew by 0.7% at the start of the year, compared with 1.5% in the rest of the UK.

Pioneering research explores how industry views productivity from boardroom to shop floor - University of Strathclyde
Pioneering research explores how industry views productivity from boardroom to shop floor  University of Strathclyde

From the board room to the shop floor, a study by academics aims to get an industry perspective on what UK manufacturers think about productivity.

EU Election results: Find out who won all of the seats for Scotland - The Scotsman
EU Election results: Find out who won all of the seats for Scotland  The Scotsman

The SNP is on track for its best ever European election results, with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon declaring it "emphatically clear" that Scotland had rejected ...

Widower's fury as police probe into Bulgaria holiday homes scam stalls - Daily Record
Widower's fury as police probe into Bulgaria holiday homes scam stalls  Daily Record

Ian Dunlop and his late wife Sarah lost £37000 after paying money to a Glasgow-based firm for a flat in the Black Sea resort of Sunny Beach.

Millions of osteoporosis sufferers could be helped by Strathclyde research project - University of Strathclyde
Millions of osteoporosis sufferers could be helped by Strathclyde research project  University of Strathclyde

Researchers at the University of Strathclyde have launched a clinical investigation which could eventually help millions of osteoporosis sufferers by harnessing ...

Quantum simulation could help flights run on time - Phys.Org
Quantum simulation could help flights run on time  Phys.Org

A powerful new form of computing could help scientists design new types of materials for nanoelectronics, allow airlines to solve complex logistical problems to ...

£20 million research hub to tackle threats to world's oceans - University of Strathclyde
£20 million research hub to tackle threats to world's oceans  University of Strathclyde

From plastic pollution to rising sea levels and acidification to over-fishing, the threats facing our oceans are well-known. Now the University of Strathclyde is to ...

Strathclyde experiments heading to International Space Station - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde experiments heading to International Space Station  University of Strathclyde

A Strathclyde-led experiment which could aid the discovery of new materials will be carried out on the International Space Station (ISS) after receiving £1.3 ...

Two grants for heart disease research at Strathclyde - University of Strathclyde
Two grants for heart disease research at Strathclyde  University of Strathclyde

Two University of Strathclyde projects, exploring links between heart disease and other conditions, have received funding from Heart Research UK. Prevention ...

Seedcorn funding set to boost Scotland's 'bio-revolution' - University of Strathclyde
Seedcorn funding set to boost Scotland's 'bio-revolution'  University of Strathclyde

Ambitious plans to boost the economic impact of Scotland's burgeoning industrial biotechnology sector have received early-stage funding from UK Research ...

International honey bee colonies down 16% – study - Belfast Telegraph
International honey bee colonies down 16% – study  Belfast Telegraph

The number of honey bee colonies fell by 16% across 36 countries in the winter of 2017-18, according to an international study.

New hub launched to increase electrification in UK manufacturing - University of Strathclyde
New hub launched to increase electrification in UK manufacturing  University of Strathclyde

The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering will form the Scottish arm of a hub that is combining ...

Spirit AeroSystems and AFRC join forces to boost UK aerospace sector - University of Strathclyde
Spirit AeroSystems and AFRC join forces to boost UK aerospace sector  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde's Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is teaming up with global aerospace components manufacturer, Spirit AeroSystems, ...

Extracting something from nothing: A bright glow from empty space - University of Strathclyde
Extracting something from nothing: A bright glow from empty space  University of Strathclyde

Particles travelling through empty space can emit bright flashes of gamma rays by interacting with the quantum vacuum, according to a new study by researchers ...

Strathclyde shares in enhancement of gravitational wave network - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde shares in enhancement of gravitational wave network  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde has a significant role in a global network of gravitational wave observatories, which is to be upgraded to almost double its sensitivity ...

More companies sign up to support Saltire scholars - Daily Business
More companies sign up to support Saltire scholars  Daily Business

Project Heather, which is behind Scotland's new Stock Exchange, and the jeweller Hamilton & Inches, are among a number of first-time hosts joining a global ...

Electric vehicle system investment could fuel more than 3000 new jobs research suggests - University of Strathclyde
Electric vehicle system investment could fuel more than 3000 new jobs research suggests  University of Strathclyde

The large scale investment needed to expand the electricity network infrastructure to support even a 20 per cent uptake of electric vehicles could create more ...

Unique Data.Space conference attracts global audience - University of Strathclyde
Unique Data.Space conference attracts global audience  University of Strathclyde

The heads of three national space agencies are among the experts gathering in Glasgow for a unique international data space conference hosted by the ...

Students are leading the way in the battle for life - Scottish Catholic Observer
Students are leading the way in the battle for life  Scottish Catholic Observer

Major victories for free speech and the pro-life movement are being driven by young Scottish women and men, with the latest win recorded this week at ...

Finance Minister welcomes Scotland's first Innovation District - University of Strathclyde
Finance Minister welcomes Scotland's first Innovation District  University of Strathclyde

The Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary for Finance Derek McKay has welcomed Scotland's first Innovation District at its official launch at the University of ...

Graduate Apprenticeship at Strathclyde a 'dream come true' for Janine - University of Strathclyde
Graduate Apprenticeship at Strathclyde a 'dream come true' for Janine  University of Strathclyde

Returning to university was a 'dream come true' for Strathclyde Graduate Apprentice Janine McFarland. With this week Scottish Apprenticeship Week, which ...

Call for West Dunbartonshire Council to back Extinction Rebellion - The Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter
Call for West Dunbartonshire Council to back Extinction Rebellion  The Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter

Councillors in West Dunbartonshire are being called on to back the Extinction Rebellion movement whose non-violent protests have made headlines…

Professor Keith Bell appointed to Committee on Climate Change - University of Strathclyde
Professor Keith Bell appointed to Committee on Climate Change  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde's Professor Keith Bell has been appointed to the UK's Committee on Climate Change (CCC). The CCC is an independent, statutory ...

Cookie Notice - University of Strathclyde
Cookie Notice  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde's website (www.strath.ac.uk) gathers and uses information from the website and other relevant technologies to improve and ...

Leading Forward seminar series - University of Strathclyde
Leading Forward seminar series  University of Strathclyde

A former CEO of Scottish Enterprise and an internationally-renowned expert in reputation, brand and crisis management appointed by two US presidents are ...

Bringing 5G connectivity to rural Britain - University of Strathclyde
Bringing 5G connectivity to rural Britain  University of Strathclyde

Experts working towards improving rural connectivity through fifth generation (5G) mobile communications technology will showcase their progress to date at an ...

Thousands run, jog, walk or use wheelchairs to cross MND Scotland Fun Run finish line - The Scottish Sun
Thousands run, jog, walk or use wheelchairs to cross MND Scotland Fun Run finish line  The Scottish Sun

PUNTERS completed the course with the hope to raise awareness and cash for MND Scotland. And this year The Scottish Sun also teamed up with MND ...

New Centre for Doctoral Training for wind and marine energy - University of Strathclyde
New Centre for Doctoral Training for wind and marine energy  University of Strathclyde

A new Centre for Doctoral Training led by Strathclyde will train researchers to PhD level in wind and marine energy. Funded by the Engineering and Physical ...

Netball World Cup: Claire Maxwell to lead Scotland in Liverpool - BBC Sport
Netball World Cup: Claire Maxwell to lead Scotland in Liverpool  BBC Sport

Scotland announce their Netball World Cup squad, with captain Claire Maxwell set to win her 100th cap in Liverpool in July.

UK's New Offshore Renewables Hub Gets GBP 4 Million Grant - Offshore WIND
UK's New Offshore Renewables Hub Gets GBP 4 Million Grant  Offshore WIND

The Supergen ORE Hub has received GBP 4 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) as support for offshore renewable ...

Strathclyde Principal to receive Energy Institute award - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde Principal to receive Energy Institute award  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde's Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald, is to receive a prestigious award in recognition of his achievements in the field of energy.

Work, Employment & Organisation - University of Strathclyde
Work, Employment & Organisation  University of Strathclyde

Our work across all these areas is theory-led, policy relevant and focused on professional application. We are Scotland's leading centre for research, knowledge ...

Queen's Birthday Honours: Birthday gong is just the job - TheGazette.co.uk
Queen's Birthday Honours: Birthday gong is just the job  TheGazette.co.uk

A CIVIL servant from Erskine has been honoured with an Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her “outstanding” *service* to vulnerable people in Scotland.

Seabed could store green energy - University of Strathclyde
Seabed could store green energy  University of Strathclyde

Rocks in the seabed off the UK coast could provide long-term storage locations for renewable energy production, new research suggests. An advanced ...

Strathclyde Principal set for Royal Academy of Engineering role - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde Principal set for Royal Academy of Engineering role  University of Strathclyde

Professor Sir Jim McDonald has been nominated to become the next President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and the first Scot to hold the post.

'Digital surveillance' holds one in five writers back - University of Strathclyde
'Digital surveillance' holds one in five writers back  University of Strathclyde

One in five writers have avoided writing or speaking on a particular topic owing to the perception of digital surveillance, according to a study co-authored at the ...

Immigrant-led businesses 'contribute £13 billion to Scottish economy' - University of Strathclyde
Immigrant-led businesses 'contribute £13 billion to Scottish economy'  University of Strathclyde

One in 10 smaller businesses in Scotland is led by an immigrant entrepreneur and these firms contribute more than £13 billion to the Scottish economy, ...

Royal Academy of Engineering technology chair for Strathclyde Professor - University of Strathclyde
Royal Academy of Engineering technology chair for Strathclyde Professor  University of Strathclyde

A Physics Professor at the University of Strathclyde has been awarded a prestigious Chair in Emerging Technologies by the Royal Academy of Engineering ...

New funding for student pharmacists - University of Strathclyde
New funding for student pharmacists  University of Strathclyde

Student pharmacists, including students at the University of Strathclyde, are to benefit from Scottish Government investment of £2.85 million. The funding will ...

India's history-making mountaineer honoured - University of Strathclyde
India's history-making mountaineer honoured  University of Strathclyde

The first female amputee to climb Mount Everest has been made an honorary Doctor of the University of Strathclyde. Arunima Sinha, received the honour at a ...

Strathclyde Chemistry student strikes gold at Westminster - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde Chemistry student strikes gold at Westminster  University of Strathclyde

A postgraduate Chemistry student at the University of Strathclyde has struck gold in a competition in the House of Commons, for the excellence of his research.

Prostate cancer study shows promise for future treatment - University of Strathclyde
Prostate cancer study shows promise for future treatment  University of Strathclyde

A new 'seek-and-destroy' gene therapeutic system could have the potential to treat prostate cancer in the future, after it halted the majority of tumours in ...

Dame Katherine Grainger officially opens Strathclyde Sport - University of Strathclyde
Dame Katherine Grainger officially opens Strathclyde Sport  University of Strathclyde

Former Olympic rowing champion Dame Katherine Grainger has officially opened the University of Strathclyde's new state-of-the-art £31m sports centre.

New Global Glasgow group to help tell city's story - University of Strathclyde
New Global Glasgow group to help tell city's story  University of Strathclyde

A Global Glasgow steering group has been convened from across the city's public, private, academic and voluntary sectors to coordinate a collective response to ...

Space, sludge and satellites: Strathclyde joins Glasgow Science Festival - University of Strathclyde
Space, sludge and satellites: Strathclyde joins Glasgow Science Festival  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde is part of the equation for the annual Glasgow Science Festival, with a range of events bringing science to a wide audience.

Ramirent opts for Spartan paperless solution | Article | KHL - KHL Group
Ramirent opts for Spartan paperless solution | Article | KHL  KHL Group

System will digitise processes including delivery, transport, returns, inspection and *service*.

National award for cancer diagnosis spinout company - University of Strathclyde
National award for cancer diagnosis spinout company  University of Strathclyde

A company spun out from the University of Strathclyde's Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry has won a Scotland-wide award for its work in brain cancer ...

Just like splat: making science education inclusive - University of Strathclyde
Just like splat: making science education inclusive  University of Strathclyde

School pupils from the Greater Glasgow region enjoyed a fun-filled day of science at a Young Chemical Ambassador's event at the University of Strathclyde on 8 ...

University of Strathclyde's first FinTech accelerator helps aspiring entrepreneurs - University of Strathclyde
University of Strathclyde's first FinTech accelerator helps aspiring entrepreneurs  University of Strathclyde

A low-cost alternative to traditional overdrafts and an app which links customers with *service* providers are among the innovative ideas being developed at the ...

Entrepreneurship programme welcomes applications from female students, staff and alumni - University of Strathclyde
Entrepreneurship programme welcomes applications from female students, staff and alumni  University of Strathclyde

A new entrepreneurship programme for staff, students and alumni is welcoming applicants. The 'Better Balance Pre-Accelerator for Strathclyde Women' is in ...

On the trail of 'Oor Wullie' - University of Strathclyde
On the trail of 'Oor Wullie'  University of Strathclyde

Oor Wullie, one of Scotland's favourite comic creations, made a dazzling appearance at the University of Strathclyde yesterday (May 14). The University will host ...

SUPER news: £5 million for environmental research partnership - University of Strathclyde
SUPER news: £5 million for environmental research partnership  University of Strathclyde

A consortium of Scottish Universities, in which the University of Strathclyde is a partner, has secured £5 million of funding for PhD students. The Scottish ...

Scotland faces hard energy choices | Scotland - The Times
Scotland faces hard energy choices | Scotland  The Times

People living in Scotland will have to pay more for their energy and will be urged to use less of it in the coming years, according to experts.There were also ...

Strathclyde University scraps graduation fees - BBC News
Strathclyde University scraps graduation fees  BBC News

The University of Strathclyde is to scrap graduation fees for students amid mounting pressure to abolish "unjustifiable" charges. The university previously ...

Showcase University of Strathclyde building awarded Gold status by Green Tourism - University of Strathclyde
Showcase University of Strathclyde building awarded Gold status by Green Tourism  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde's Technology and Innovation Centre has been awarded Gold status by Green Tourism, the highest accreditation for member ...

Life-saving brain cancer blood test being developed - University of Strathclyde
Life-saving brain cancer blood test being developed  University of Strathclyde

A University of Strathclyde spinout company, ClinSpec Diagnostics Limited, is developing a pioneering new blood test for the early detection of brain cancer.

Students make a flying start in innovation challenge - University of Strathclyde
Students make a flying start in innovation challenge  University of Strathclyde

A group of engineering students have made a flying start in a global challenge to come up with innovations in subjects from artificial intelligence to the internet of ...

Strathclyde launches Dual Master's degree in Hong Kong - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde launches Dual Master's degree in Hong Kong  University of Strathclyde

Strathclyde has launched a dual Master's degree in partnership with the CLP Power Academy (CLP) and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology ...

Students bid to create winning futuristic transport pod - University of Strathclyde
Students bid to create winning futuristic transport pod  University of Strathclyde

Almost 100 Strathclyde students are part of a team bidding to win a competition to design a prototype 'Hyperloop' pod which could transform the transport system ...

Miniaturised pipe organ could aid medical imaging - University of Strathclyde
Miniaturised pipe organ could aid medical imaging  University of Strathclyde

A miniaturised version of a musical instrument that could be used to improve the quality of medical images has been manufactured by researchers at the ...

New research highlights job security potential of Carbon Capture and Storage - University of Strathclyde
New research highlights job security potential of Carbon Capture and Storage  University of Strathclyde

New research highlights the potential of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to help sustain jobs and build supply chain, helping the shift to a low carbon ...

Strathclyde shares in £1 billion funding for innovation - University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde shares in £1 billion funding for innovation  University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde is set to benefit from a UK-wide £1 billion funding boost to help create the technologies of tomorrow. The UK Government funding ...

Versailles centenary: peace making after the First World War - University of Strathclyde
Versailles centenary: peace making after the First World War  University of Strathclyde

It was the treaty which ended the First World War between Germany and the Allied Powers and had a major bearing on the course of history in subsequent ...

 
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