David Fallon (second right) receives his STEM for BRITAIN award from Stephen Metcalfe MP (first left), Royal Society of Chemistry President Dame Carol Robinson and Stephen Benn, Vice-President of the Parliamentary & Scientific Committee. Photo Royal Society of Chemistry

Strathclyde Chemistry student strikes gold at Westminster

David Fallon is Strathclyde’s fourth gold medallist – and seventh medallist overall – at STEM for BRITAIN in the past eight years

Aerial view of Glasgow city centre and River Clyde

New Global Glasgow group to help tell city’s story

Global Glasgow steering group to promote city as world-class destination.

Breathing Space Clare Haughey

'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.

Advanced Forming Research Centre

Spirit AeroSystems and AFRC join forces to boost UK aerospace sector

Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre teams up Spirit AeroSystems,

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Strathclyde's innovation centre awarded Gold status by Green Tourism

Technology and Innovation Centre awarded Gold status by Green Tourism

Dr Matthew Baker receives the Innovation Award from Ivan McKee, Scottish Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation

National award for cancer diagnosis spinout company

ClinSpec Dx wins winner in Innovation category of the Scottish Life Sciences Awards

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Dean of Engineering awarded honorary doctorate for pioneering marine research

Professor Atilla Incecik awarded honorary doctorate.

Graduate Apprenticeship at Strathclyde a ‘dream come true’ for Janine

Returning to university was a ‘dream come true’ for Strathclyde Graduate Apprentice Janine McFarland.

Strathclyde part of initiative making ‘excellent' progress in raising school attainment

Pioneering project on teaching methods rated as making ‘excellent progress’

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Seven new Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellows for Strathclyde

Each faculty represented in new intake

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Professor Allister Ferguson named Robert E. Hopkins Leadership Award recipient

Professor Ferguson this year's recipient of prestigious leadership award

Dr Damion Corrigan and sepsis

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

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Strathclyde launches two new Graduate Apprenticeship degrees

We have secured more funding for two new Graduate Apprenticeship degrees.

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

Strathclyde Principal set for Royal Academy of Engineering role

Professor Sir Jim McDonald nominated to become the next President.

LIGO input optics. Image by  LIGO Laboratory

Strathclyde shares in enhancement of gravitational wave network

University hosts advanced technologies for fabricating coatings of laser mirrors

Foil packets containing multi-coloured medicine capsules

Withholding use of some new antibiotics could help tackle pandemics

Study considers value of conserving new antibiotics until they have most effect.

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Winning design for ‘healthy’ student accommodation challenge

University challenge to design an innovative timber structure

Advanced Forming Research Centre

New hub launched to increase electrification in UK manufacturing

University will form Scottish arm of a hub that is combining expertise in manufacturing.

Victoria Memorial in Kolkata, India.

Strathclyde joins Indian partners to tackle challenges posed by urban growth

Researchers to develop innovative solutions for the key issues facing cities in India.

Atrial fibrillation monitor

Patients join evaluation of heart rhythm monitor

Device detects signs of potential stroke risk

Offshore windfarm

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.

Airbus Fly Your Ideas - Team Osprey

Students make flying start to innovation challenge

Engineering students pin hopes on all-electric aircraft motor idea

Triathlon swimmers

Following the leader could help swimmers race to victory

Swimmers who ‘ride the waves’ in the same way as ducklings follow the mother duck can get the competitive edge

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Entrepreneurship expert inspired by her own family

Inspired by her own family, Dr Katerina Nicolopoulou researches what makes entrepreneurs tick

Reading Room for Drivers at the Great Eastern Railway’s Staff Domitory at Stratford, 1911. Photo copyright Science Museum Group, courtesy of National Railway Museum

Workers’ words: exploring literary experiences

Reading and writing of of industrial workers in the 19th and early 20th centuries explored in multimedia project

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Strathclyde graduate behind mentoring charity honoured

Iain MacRitchie is one of 33 business school graduates honoured as an 'Influential Leader'

LInda Hanna, Managing Director of Scottish Economic Development at Scottish Enterprise; Derek Mackay MSP; Councillor Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council; Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal & Vice-Chancellor; Adrian Gillespie, Chief Commercial Officer and Olga Kozlova, Head of Industry Engagement, University of Strathclyde,

Finance Secretary welcomes Scotland's first Innovation District

Glasgow City Innovation District is transforming the way academia, business and industry collaborate.

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Student graduation fees abolished

The University has abolished graduation fees for attending ceremony and graduating 'in absentia'.

Prostate cancer study shows promise for future treatment

Gene therapy system halts majority of tumours

Weir Wise girls engineering programme

Programme to inspire schoolgirls to consider Engineering

Fledgling female engineers have taken part in a programme to inspire them to study the discipline

PhD students make global final of energy poverty competition

PhD students make final of a global energy solutions competition with $1 million funding up for grabs

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‘Leading Forward’ speaker series showcases business leaders

‘Leading Forward’ is a series of free evening seminars with global business leaders.

Two women sitting in a small canoe-style boat in the sea fishing. Photo credit: Cristina Mittermeier – Sealegacy.

£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.