News

A route-marker on the Camino de Santiago on a hill top overlooking a valley.

Fundraisers hit the road to help build school in Nepal

Team of walkers will trek the last 100km of the Camino de Santiago.

Container ship from above.

Professor wins European senior researcher award

Recognition for Professor Osman Turan's research to improve marine transport safety

Antonia Welsh (left) and Advocate Amber Galbraith. Photo Faculty of Advocates.

Law School launches ‘mini-devilling’ scheme with Faculty of Advocates

Programme to give students a chance to learn about life as an advocate

Strathclyde partners in manufacturing innovation project

Hetero-print project aims to develop new techniques for creating advanced optical and electronic materials and devices

View of Glasgow city centre

Principal welcomes ‘Scotland is Now’ campaign

Professor Sir Jim McDonald has welcomed a new marketing campaign to promote Scotland on the world stage.

More news

Dr Katherine Duncan in Antarctica

Strathclyde researcher returns from Antarctica

As an inspirational landscape, Antarctica surely ranks among the best.

David McMath

Strathclyde student wins Commonwealth Games gold medal

Triumph for Engineering student David McMath in double trap shooting event

Getty Images

Strathclyde invests in biotech spinout company

Funding for sustainable protein production company 3F BIO

David Weir

Strathclyde student wins Gymnastics Commonwealth Bronze

Medal for Engineering student David Weir

Main beach on The Gold Coast of Australia.

Strathclyde joins new Commonwealth Sports Universities Network

University is one of five in the partnership – and the only UK member

Mobile phone mast in field

5G project aims to address UK's digital divide

Strathclyde is lead partner in project to improve digital connectivity in rural areas.

Professor Sir Jim McDonald with staff and students celebrating construction progress on Strathclyde's new £31m sports centre.

New sports centre reaches construction milestone

Topping out ceremony for new £31m Strathclyde Sport facilities.

The European Parliament building in Brussels. Photo Getty Images.

Voters ‘more pessimistic’ on Brexit – but few have changed their minds

Professor Sir John Curtice says there has been no significant shift in support for, or opposition to, the UK leaving the EU.

Aerial view of Glasgow city centre and River Clyde

Parents' profession influences children's job prospects

Data reveals inter-generational influence on job and home-ownership prospects.

Business school

‘Cluttered policy landscape’ warning

Fraser of Allander Institute warns of proliferation of economic strategies.

Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde.

Principal participates in mentoring scheme

New initiative aims to help increase the number of women in senior executive roles.

Aerial view of Strathclyde Campus from Cathedral Street

Strathclyde nominated for two Guardian University Awards

Shortlistings for University’s Strathclyde Cares and TransEDU programmes

Sir Harry Burns at the opening of the centre named after him, with local children Lily Quinn and Lily Silberschatz.

Community hub named after Strathclyde professor

Sir Harry Burns Centre opens in Barrhead

Dr Elsa Richardson. Photo Arts and Humanities Research Council/Steven Haywood Photography.

Strathclyde historian joins BBC and AHRC’s New Generation Thinkers

Dr Elsa Richardson is among of the 10 early-career academics chosen for their academic ideas and the potential to share their research through the media.

Test tubes in a pharmacy lab

Funding of £2.78m for clinical trials of treatment discovered at Strathclyde

MGB Biopharma receives grant from Innovate UK

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

US honour for engineering professor Tariq Durrani

Professor cited for innovations in key areas of signal processing and leadership in engineering.

Landmine warning sign on fence in front of field.

Scientists developing new technique to treat injured limbs

Biomedical engineers are pioneering a new technique for treating injured limbs which could reduce amputations after battlefield injuries.

Jason Williams (second left) receives his STEM for Britain bronze award from Dr Helen Pain, Deputy Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Stephen Benn (left), Director of Parliamentary Affairs for the Royal Society of Biology and Vice-President of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, and Stephen Metcalfe MP. Photo STEM for Britain.

Strathclyde student wins bronze award in STEM for Britain

Success for Jason Williams in UK-wide research competition held at the House of Commons.

Scientists answer question of why comets emit X-rays

Aerial view of Glasgow city centre and River Clyde

Scientists to study effect of pollution on river bacteria

Rivers Clyde and Yamuna to be studied for effects of heavy industrialisation.

Main beach on The Gold Coast of Australia.

Six Strathclyders to represent Scotland

Six elite athlete students will represent Scotland at the XXI Commonwealth Games In Australia.

elemental analysis machine in a chemistry lab

Five Strathclyders in research competition at Westminster

Researchers shortlisted from hundreds of applicants for the event organised by the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.

TIC Main Auditorium with stage

Strathclyde centre wins conference venue award

Technology and Innovation Centre voted Best Academic Venue in the M&IT Industry Awards

Strathclyde Chemistry Professors named RSE Fellows

Professor Karen Faulds and Professor Eva Hevia elected Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Remanufactured items are made to be as good, if not better, than the original.

Remade in Scotland

Nine projects awarded funding to help grow Scotland’s circular economy.

Dr Farzad Pour Rahimian Leilabadi (right), of Strathclyde’s Department of Architecture, at the KE Awards ceremony with Peter Body, Chairman of Norscot Joinery, and award presenter Professor Andrea Nolan. Photo Interface.

Virtual showhome software wins Scotland-wide award

Barony in the snow.jpg

Severe weather update

The University will open for business as usual on Monday 5 March.

Professor Dame Anne Glover

Advisory role for Dame Anne Glover

Professor Dame Anne Glover joins Principal's senior advisory team.

Lena Wilson CBE speaking in the Barony Hall after being presented with an Honorary Degree from the University of Strathclyde.

Lena Wilson CBE appointed visiting professor

The University of Strathclyde has appointed Lena Wilson CBE, one of Scotland’s leading businesswomen, as a visiting professor.

Turku, Finland. Photo Getty Images

Strathclyde enters partnership with Finnish university

Collaboration with Turku University of Applied Sciences in technology, manufacturing, healthcare and marine disciplines.