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Strathclyde Professor wins in Saltire Literary Awards
Professor Kirstie Blair receives Book of the Year and Research Book of the Year awards
Six Strathclyde nominations in entrepreneurial competition
Shortlistings for Converge KickStart Challenge
New advanced measurement centre opened in Glasgow
A new centre of excellence that will support innovation in the medicine, food and drink, and high-value manufacturing sectors has opened in Glasgow.
All age groups ‘at high risk’ of drop in children’s physical activity
Emphasis on particular groups hinders efforts to address the problem of declining physical activity in children.
Beams to transform photon science with €2 million ERC funding
Project aiming to develop next-generation plasma-based electron beam sources for photon science and high-energy physics.
Comic supports young people in dealing with bereavement
Teenagers from across Scotland shared their experiences to help produce When People Die: Stories From Young People
Strathclyde crowned Times Higher Education University of the Year 2019
Strathclyde has won the coveted title of Times Higher Education University of the Year – the first University to win the award twice.
Strathclyde scoops Green Gown Award for Student Engagement programme
Award in Student Engagement for initiative where staff and students work together
Strathclyde wins Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education
Prestigious award recognises world-class excellence and achievement at academic institutions.
Strathclyde child care online courses clock up 100,000 enrollers
MIlestone for courses co-delivered by Strathclyde-based Centre for Excellence for Children’s Care and Protection
Strathclyde awards honorary degrees to distinguished quartet
Degrees for leading figures in public health, physics, engineering and computer science
Strathclyde-led child advocacy partnership wins in Society Awards
Stand Up For Siblings wins in the Partnership category of the Herald Society Awards
New assessment could identify risks of frailty
Signs of frailty, and the risks it brings, could be identified in young and old people alike
Strathclyde increases scholarship support for Asylum Seekers
Ten new asylum seeker scholarships awarded to students taking undergraduate and postgraduate courses this year.
Strathclyde student is first winner of international award
Chemistry student Lewis Print receives Kanthal Student Award for his industrial heating research
Strathclyde Professor chairs national human rights taskforce
Alan Miller, Professor of Practice with Strathclyde Law School, jointly heads National Task Force on Human Rights.
Two Strathclyde Professors on international Chemistry Power List
Duncan Graham and Karen Faulds named in 2019 Power List, compiled by Analytical Scientist magazine
Remain and Leave “content with disrupted constitution”
Survey finds voters on both sides of the Brexit debate are consent to see conventions broken to secure their preferred outcome
Award for long-established Strathclyde spinout company
HORIBA Jobin Yvon IBH Ltd, founded in 1977 as IBH, receives Business Innovation Award from the Institute of Physics
Strathclyde quantum technology partnership secures £4.6 million
Funding to back commercial collaboration with M Squared
“Prevention better than cure” to keep young people out of cybercrime
Study finds that highly-targeted messaging campaigns from law enforcement can be effective at dissuading young gamers from getting involved in cybercrime
Floating windfarms can tap offshore energy, report says
Additional government support is needed to ensure the UK remains a global leader in the deployment of floating offshore wind.
Blood test could help to accelerate brain cancer diagnosis
Technology uses infrared light to produce a "bio-signature" of a blood sample and applies artificial intelligence to check for the signs of cancer.
Award first for Strathclyde teacher education course
First University to receive General Teaching Council for Scotland's Excellence in Professional Learning Award
Strathclyde researchers win award for first-time mothers study
Computer and Information Sciences team receives award from the Association for Information Science & Technology
Strathclyde researchers shape new physical activity guidelines
Guidance issued by the Chief Medical Officers of the four UK Health Departments
New opportunities for adult learners at Strathclyde
Places alongside undergraduate students students in English Literature and Social Policy
Strathclyde shortlisted for UK University of the Year Award
The University of Strathclyde has been shortlisted for the prestigious Times Higher Education UK University of the Year Award.
Work starts on Scotland’s advanced manufacturing innovation district
Strathclyde welcomes start of work on new manufacturing district in Renfrewshire.
AFRC makes move into space industry
Collaboration with Airbus and TWI aims to bring fuel tank manufacturing jobs back to the UK
Fraunhofer president honoured with Strathclyde Medal
President of leading research organisation Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft honoured by Strathclyde.
Strathclyde mathematician joins Arctic climate change venture
Expedition explores the activity of some of the smallest links in the food chain
Atomic ‘Trojan horse’ for a new generation of X-ray lasers
Intense electron beam that could be used in the X-ray lasers of the future
New route into Initial Teacher Education in Technical and Home Economics
Students will join BSc course at Strathclyde in the third year
Does fidgeting help to burn calories?
Study finds children could use up energy amounting to nearly 3kg body weight a year by fidgeting
Tracing the Declaration of Arbroath’s family lines
Strathclyde genealogists seeking descendants of historic document's signatories, ahead of its 700th anniversary
Artificial tongue could nip counterfeit whisky in the bud
Device can taste subtle differences between drams of whisky, and could help cut down on the counterfeit alcohol trade
Strathclyde is first University to gain Carer Positive ‘Exemplary’ status
Carers Scotland award recognises support of staff who are also carers
Strathclyde double in pharmacy medals
Royal Pharmaceutial Society makes awards to current Professor Yvonne Perrie and former Professor Sandy Florence
Radiotherapy targets tumours precisely - with less damage to healthy cells
Research proposal could potentially enable clinicians to target cancerous tumours precisely.
Strathclyde quantum technology hubs share in £94 million funding
Strathclyde is the only university which is a partner in all four UK-wide Quantum Technology Hubs
Students trial ‘Energy Box’ microgrid in Rwanda
Two engineering students test new smart grid controller they designed which aims to help people trade electricity.
Offshore renewables research boosted by share of £1 million funding
Innovative projects include cost effective recycling programme for wind turbine blades
Strathclyde co-leads new UK centre for maritime innovation and technology
MaRI-UK will jointly tackle challenges for the UK’s £40bn maritime sector
Royal Society Research Fellowship for Strathclyde physicist
University Research Fellowship for Dr Robert Cameron
New partnership to accelerate drug discovery
New partnership to accelerate drug discovery
Key antibiotics likely to remain effective in UK well into the next decade, study finds
Antibiotic drugs used in four European against five priority pathogens, including ‘superbug’ MRSA, are likely to remain effective well into the next decade, a study suggests.
Strathclyde commended by UK independent quality experts
University praised for partnerships with students and local industry, and providing international experience.
Cancer patients’ digital monitoring system ‘highly successful’ in trials
Digital monitoring system for cancer patients highly successful in reducing chemotherapy systems, according to early results.
Justice for Children initiative launched at United Nations
Global initiative aims to place children at the heart of justice in every nation of the world.
Smart Grids PhD researcher wins prestigious award for paper in Japan
Award for Ahmad Makkieh of Strathclyde's Institute for Energy and Environment
Point of impact: astronomers observe collision of galaxy clusters
Collision took place 1.3 billion light years from Earth - and over the course of a billion years
New measurement centre set to open in Scotland
A new centre for advanced measurement research and health translation is to open in Glasgow.
Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated in many countries’
Strathclyde takes part in international study covering 60 million people in 14 nations
UN Assistant Secretary-General named Strathclyde Alumna of the Year
Award made to Joyce Msuya
HPV vaccine for boys could dramatically reduce head and neck cancers
Study of 235 patients in Scotland with head and neck cancer
Former Pixar software engineer is Strathclyde alumnus of the Year
Annual award goes to Dr Martin Reddy
Strathclyder honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List
OBE for Professor Graham Wren
Honey bee colonies down by 16%
International study finds that 89000 colonies out of more than half a million were lost
Supermundane artwork is anything but dull
The characteristic design style of graphic artist Supermundane is the latest piece of public art to brighten the streets of Glasgow.
Our energy tech spinout receives £2.9 million investment
Funding for Synaptec will be used to scale up the company’s production and grow international sales.
Minister tours Learning & Teaching Building construction site
The Minister for Further Education tours building with Dr Mike Cantlay of the Scottish Funding Council.
Strathclyde on the trail of 'Oor Wullie'
Strathclyde set to host unique sculpture of comic character to support charity drive
Strathclyde Principal to receive Energy Institute award
Professor Sir Jim McDonald to receive the Melchett Award for his contribution to the energy sector
Immigrant-led businesses ‘contribute £13 billion to Scottish economy’
Strathclyde study commissioned by the Federation of Small Businesses
Life-saving brain cancer blood test being developed
Strathclyde spinout company ClinSpec Diagnostics working on pioneering blood test for the early detection of brain cancer
Children “need to sit less and play more” for healthy future lives
Strathclyde professor among 16 members of international panel appointed to draw up World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines
Royal Academy of Engineering technology chair for Strathclyde Professor
Chair in Emerging Technologies awarded to Professor Keith Mathieson
Extracting something from nothing: A bright glow from empty space
Study by Strathclyde Physics researchers finds "totally unexpected" gamma rays in a vacuum
Space, sludge and satellites: Strathclyde joins Glasgow Science Festival
Glasgow Science Festival: 6-16 June
Building language skills with architecture
Research project challenges school pupils to use Spanish in designing a building or space
Microplastics blown by wind found in remote mountainous region
Researchers have found microplastics in a remote region of the Pyrenees
New online course to support unaccompanied and separated children
Sixteen international humanitarian agencies join forces to offer a new online course responding to needs of child refugees.
Professor Keith Bell appointed to Committee on Climate Change
Independent statutory body advises the UK Government and Devolved Administrations on emissions targets.
Vaccine ‘has almost wiped out’ cervical pre-cancer
Study involving Strathclyde finds reduction of nearly 90% in cancer-causing virus
Dame Katherine Grainger officially opens Strathclyde Sport
Former Olympic rowing champion Dame Katherine Grainger officially opens state-of-the-art sports centre.
Bringing 5G connectivity to rural Britain
Experts working towards improving rural connectivity through 5G mobile communications showcase their progress.
Twitter chemistry conference gets a big reaction
Poster conference on social media platform goes from strength to strength - five years after it was conceived by Strathclyde's Dr Matthew Baker
Partnership projects hones skills of classroom assistants
Classroom Assistants from across 22 Renfrewshire schools complete training programme
Seedcorn funding set to boost Scotland’s ‘bio-revolution’
Ambitious plans to boost the economic impact of Scotland’s burgeoning industrial biotechnology.
'Breathing Space' bench unveiled by Minister for Mental Health
Minister Clare Haughey unveils first special bench on a university campus
Higher Education Minister visits University of Strathclyde’s innovation zone
Strathclyde welcomes Richard Lochhead to learn more about Scotland’s first ever Innovation District.
Strathclyde's innovation centre awarded Gold status by Green Tourism
Technology and Innovation Centre awarded Gold status by Green Tourism
Strathclyde part of initiative making ‘excellent' progress in raising school attainment
Pioneering project on teaching methods rated as making ‘excellent progress’
Professor Allister Ferguson named Robert E. Hopkins Leadership Award recipient
Professor Ferguson this year's recipient of prestigious leadership award
New rapid test for sepsis could save thousands of lives
Strathclyde researches have developed an innovative, low cost test for earlier diagnosis of sepsis
New funding for student pharmacists
Scottish Government invests to support student pharmacists learning in practice
Strathclyde Principal set for Royal Academy of Engineering role
Professor Sir Jim McDonald nominated to become the next President.
Strathclyde launches two new Graduate Apprenticeship degrees
We have secured more funding for two new Graduate Apprenticeship degrees.
Strathclyde shares in enhancement of gravitational wave network
University hosts advanced technologies for fabricating coatings of laser mirrors
New Centre for Doctoral Training for wind and marine energy
A new Centre for Doctoral Training will train researchers to PhD level in wind and marine energy.
Withholding use of some new antibiotics could help tackle pandemics
Study considers value of conserving new antibiotics until they have most effect.
New hub launched to increase electrification in UK manufacturing
University will form Scottish arm of a hub that is combining expertise in manufacturing.
Strathclyde joins Indian partners to tackle challenges posed by urban growth
Researchers to develop innovative solutions for the key issues facing cities in India.
Patients join evaluation of heart rhythm monitor
Device detects signs of potential stroke risk
Students make flying start to innovation challenge
Engineering students pin hopes on all-electric aircraft motor idea
Finance Secretary welcomes Scotland's first Innovation District
Glasgow City Innovation District is transforming the way academia, business and industry collaborate.
Malawi solar energy projects connect rural villages & boost businesses
Our project has ‘life-changing’ impact
Student graduation fees abolished
The University has abolished graduation fees for attending ceremony and graduating 'in absentia'.
‘Leading Forward’ speaker series showcases business leaders
‘Leading Forward’ is a series of free evening seminars with global business leaders.
£20 million research hub to tackle threats to world's oceans
From plastic pollution to rising sea levels the threats facing our oceans are well-known.
Millions of osteoporosis sufferers could be helped by Strathclyde research project
Researchers launch a clinical investigation which could help millions of osteoporosis sufferers
Unique Data.Space conference attracts global audience
Experts gathering for unique international data space conference hosted by the University
Seabed rocks could act as green energy stores
Rocks in the seabed off the UK coast could provide long-term green energy storage.
Entrepreneurship programme welcomes applications
Flexible programme for staff, students and alumni welcomes applicants.
Strathclyde teams up with Glasgow Warriors to champion rugby
One-year partnership will benefit student experience, recruitment and reputation.
Students bid to create winning futuristic transport pod
Team vying for final of ‘Hyperloop’ pod competition
PhD student awarded marine plastics research fellowship
PhD student awarded fellowship to take part in marine plastics pollution research