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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.

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Strathclyde enters partnership with Finnish university

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

Strathclyde in programme for transforming health

UK-wide programme addressing challenging healthcare issues

Woman working in the Geomechanics Lab, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde

Funding to train science and engineering leaders

Funding of £4.8 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council for Doctoral Training Partnerships.

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Reaching new heights in laser-accelerated ion energy

Laser-driven ion acceleration scheme could lead to compact ion sources for established and innovative applications in science, medicine and industry.

Fourth-year MEng Electrical & Mechanical Engineering with International Study student Marnie McKay at Marina Bay, Singapore.

£10,000 for Rising Star student

Fourth-year Engineering student Marnie McKay has won a £10,000 Rising Star award.

Attending the funding announcement, left to right: Professor Martin Dawson, Head of the Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics; Adrian Gillespie, Strathclyde Chief Commercial Officer; Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Scottish Government Innovation Minister; David Smith, Director of Technology & Innovation, Scottish Enterprise; Simon Andrews, Executive Director, Fraunhofer UK Research; Professor Tim Bedford, Strathclyde Associate Principal Research & Knowledge Exchange. Photo Scottish Government.

Strathclyde-based laser research centre receives £5 million funding

Investment in the the Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics (FhCAP) from the Scottish Government and Scottish Enterprise.

Learners on the Breaking Barriers programme who will study at the University of Strathclyde.

Breaking Barriers to Higher Education

Unique programmes allows young people who have a learning disability to study Applied Business Skills at Strathclyde

Strathclyde joins battery technology programmes

Two projects aimed at overcoming battery challenges and accelerating developments in electric vehicles.

Schoolgirls taking part in the inaugural Young Weir-Wise programme at the University of Strathclyde.

Schoolgirls discover engineering

Pupils take part in engineering programme funded by the Weir Group.

Waves approaching the shoreline. Credit: Mario Guti

Royal Navy launches innovation challenge

Strathclyde hosts Maritime Enterprise Innovation Scotland Conference.

Professor Sue Ellis (third left, back row) attends the launch of the Report on the Renfrewshire Literacy Approach. Photo Renfrewshire Council.

Project raises literacy attainment in Renfrewshire

Partnership between teachers and our researchers make significant difference to reading skills

Earth and Space

Space-enabled data is focus of conference

Space will be brought down to Earth in Glasgow at the DATA.SPACE2018 conference

Participants on the Saltire Fellowship programme lined up outside Strathclyde Business School

Entrepreneurs to benefit from learning partnership

Entrepreneurial Scotland’s Saltire Fellowship programme is delivered in Scotland for the first time by Strathclyde Business School.

Map of northern India.

Researchers to help shape new Indian city

Strathclyde signs agreement with New Town Kolkata Development Authority (NKDA) to collaborate on research.

Hannah Lithgow with award presenter The Rt Hon The Lord Willetts (left) and Reverend Professor Michael Reiss, Master of the Salters’ Company 2017. Photo by John Spragg.

UK-wide chemistry award for Strathclyde student

Hannah Lithgow wins Salters' Institute Centenary Award

Icons representing various household electrical appliances, including a cooker, fridge, microwave and kettle.

Chat-bot project to help energy consumers

Energy consumers to be given information on how much power their electrical appliances are using.

Professor John Curtice knighted in New Year Honours List

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Academic network to focus on UK productivity

New national research network will provide fresh insights into UK productivity.

Active school play could reduce children’s sedentary time by nearly 20%

Research finds active play could help to improve children’s basic movement skills

Campus shot of Rottenrow Gardens

Strathclyde rated 5-star in QS University audit

Overall score performance has improved since the last submission

Strathclyde University scholars Darren Moran, Matthew Craven, Jack Haynes, Rebecca Robertson, Calum Love.

Scholarship winners meet Spanish king

Students travel to Madrid to receive ScottishPower Foundation scholarship award at royal ceremony.

Oil rig in the sea

Researchers develop ‘deep learning’ subsea survey system

Underwater survey system can automatically identify problems with oil and gas pipelines.

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Universities can champion trans and gender diverse rights

Colleges and universities have opportunity to ‘champion the rights’ of trans and gender diverse people

Robot arm in factory background

National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland

Strathclyde announced as anchor university for £65 million institute.

Strathclyde professor joins WHO advisory group

Professor John Reilly is the sole UK member of World Health Organization group exploring young children’s movement and sleep – with a particular focus on developing nations

Geraldine Boylan (left) and Caroline Brown

Silver Sustainability Studies

25th anniversary of Strathclyde’s MSc in Sustainability & Environmental Studies

Carbon Zerow, US & GB team, at the start line of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. Left to right: Brian Kerr, James Lamb, Philip Van Benthem and Kyle Smith. CREDIT BEN DUFFY

PhD student in bid to row the Atlantic

Kyle Smith and team-mates taking part in the 3,000 mile ocean-rowing Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.

Mumbai skyline at dusk

Future Cities link up with India

Strathclyde joins forces with two of India's leading institutions in Mumbai and Delhi.

Woman's hand on computer mouse

A search for innovative ways to deal with self-harm

Project seeks ways for young people to gain access to care, advice and services, to complement face-to-face support

Endothelium

Our scientists study blood flow in diabetes

Study investigates the relationship between blood flow and an inner layer of cells.

Researchers play role in anti-bullying campaign

Study contributes to national campaign to tackle bullying of people with learning disabilities

Pupils from St Mungo's Primary plant trees with help from Glasgow Lord Provost Eva Bolander, Hugh Thomson of Vital Energi and Roddy Yarr from the University of Strathclyde.

Pupils’ tree-planting efforts will bear fruit

St Mungo’s Primary helps renew Rottenrow Gardens following CHP engineering works

Business school

Scottish Chambers of Commerce moves in to Strathclyde

Relocation is boost for Glasgow's Innovation District.