SUPER news: £5 million for environmental research partnership
Senior lecturer Dr Douglas Speirs speaks about Strathclyde's role in Scottish Universities consortium
Royal Society of Edinburgh award for Maths Professor Michael Heath
A Professor of Mathematics at the University of Strathclyde has received a prestigious award from the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
Maths Week Scotland
Here at Strathclyde, we're involved in lots of activities to help young people engage with Mathematics.
Changing Arctic Ocean - Strathclyde help tackle climate change
Strathclyde researcher joins UK scientists measuring the climate change threat to marine life in the Arctic Ocean
Impact of fishing on Firth of Clyde ecosystem
Mathematics and Stats Department modelling the impact of fishing on the Firth of Clyde
Turning Quantitative Finance degree into a successful career
Find our more about post degree options!
What it means to be a Strathclyde Maths & Stats student
"I really liked my time at Strathclyde. That one year I stayed abroad was very valuable and I feel great when I look back and see that I made it!"
Strathclyde named Higher Educational Institution of the Year
The University won the top award - as well as three other categories - in the Herald Higher Education Awards 2018
PhD alumna is a STEM superstar
Find out more about Dr Karen Lamb's work at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne
Rush-hour drivers shun shortest routes - but should they?
THE best way to avoid traffic jams is to take the shortest route – even if it goes through a city centre, a new study says.
Maths’ solution to Dengue fever virus
Mathematicians at the university are modelling the impact of an innovative mosquito-trap that could reduce cases of dengue fever that could save thousands of lives.
Honey bee colonies fall by nearly 12% globally
The number of honey bee colonies fell by nearly 12% last winter, an international study indicates.
'Funneling' behind severe flooding on the Clyde
A “funneling” effect has been a major factor in severe flooding on the River Clyde in recent years, according to a study by mathematicians.
Tiny copepods play major climate role thanks to 'ocean lipid pump,' scientists discover
Copepods, a group of zooplanktons, might be tiny (about the size of a grain of rice), but collectively they play a big role in regulating the carbon cycle on Earth, and thus the climate...