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Launch of the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre, 15 June 2018

Strathclyde in Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre

£56 million centre to revolutionise delivery of treatments

Aerial view of Glasgow city centre and River Clyde

Ethnic minority enterprise needs more support to succeed, report finds

Report call for more engagement and support for ethnic minority entrepreneurs in Scotland.

Earth and Space

100 pupils ready for lift-off with Scottish Space School

The Scottish Space School will blast off again for aspiring engineers and scientists from schools across the country.

One of the 203 graduates from the Children's University in 2018.

Glasgow Children’s University celebrates 203 new graduates

More than 200 young people graduated from Glasgow Children’s University at a ceremony on 5 June.

Exterior of SIPBS building and campus

Scholarship in memory of Strathclyde graduate Eilidh

Scholarship for promising students in memory of Eilidh McHugh, who died in 2017 at the age of 22

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View from the back of a classroom

Learn how to qualify as a teacher at Strathclyde

Open evening on Professional Graduate Diploma in Education

Reece Walker, 14, and Ismail Sahi, 13, from Abercorn High School, Cowcaddens, Glasgow enjoy an experiment at the Salters Science Festival event at the University of Strathclyde.

School pupils enjoy hands-on science events

Strathclyde welcomed school pupils with additional support needs to two one-day science events recently.

Carol Monaghan receives the Advocate of Optics Recognition from Professor Ian Walmsley, President of The Optical Society. Photo The Optical Society.

MP and Strathclyde alumna honoured for promotion of photonics

Carol Monaghan receives Advocate of Optics recognition from The Optical Society

The NMR facility at Strathclyde

Magnetic research technique attracts £1.4 million funding

Strathclyde is a partner in a Scotland-wide centre studying materials and molecular structures - and their applications in health care and environmental science

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Strathclyde seeks students’ views

Views sought on how University and Strath Union can enhance the Strathclyde experience.

A petri dish bathed in HINS light.

Licensing Agreement for HINS light technology

Strathclyde has signed a deal for its High Intensity Narrow Spectrum (HINS) lighting technology with US-firm Hubbell Lighting.

Wind turbine

Nokia and Strathclyde partner on power grid project

Project will help utilities prepare power grids for emerging technologies.

Commonwealth Games student athletes Holly McArthur, Rob Harwood, Bethan Goodwin, David Weir and David McMath with Principal & Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Jim McDonald.

Commonwealth Games student athletes return to university

Strathclyde welcomes back athletes who represented Scotland at the Commonwealth Games.

Row of traditional filament lightbulbs with one energy-saving lightbulb hanging lower.

Energy efficiency programme could boost economy

Energy efficiency of homes across Scotland could boost the economy by £7.8 billion, study finds.

Close up image of people holding mobile phones

University to host 5G technology summit

Delegates to exchange ideas around emerging 5G technologies to drive forward its potential.

University of Strathclyde campus

Strathclyde top for seven subjects in UK-wide University guide

Sixteen top 10 rankings in the Complete University Guide 2019

Artistic shot of the Technology & Innovation Centre lit up at night

Strathclyde gains 10 Converge Challenge nominations

Shortlistings in company creation competition for students, graduates and staff from Scotland’s universities

Colours of Drug Polymorphism by Monika Warzecha, Images of Research winner 2017

A chance to Engage With Strathclyde

Week of events showcasing research and innovation from across the University’s four faculties

Shirley-Anne Somerville, minister for Further and Higher Education, launches a tool-kit to tackle gender-based violence on university campuses.

Gender-based violence toolkit launched

New practical guidance for universities to tackle gender-based violence on campus has been published.

Technology & Innovation Centre and Graham Hills buildings

Double win for Strathclyde in Guardian University Awards

Awards for support for transgender staff and students, and for students who have been in the care system

A person painting at the Centre for Lifelong Learning

Summer at Strathclyde’s Centre for Lifelong Learning

New programme of short classes, seminars and workshops

New radiation source could be less harmful alternative to x-rays

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.

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

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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.