Fundamental Physics awards for Strathclyde physicists

Three of the University’s researchers – Professor Nicholas Lockerbie, Dr Kirill Tokmakov and Sharat Jawahar – have received Special Breakthrough Prize Medals for Fundamental Physics, for their role in a groundbreaking confirmation of Albert Einstein’s General theory of Relativity.

Doctors and medical staff at work

“Barriers and opportunities” to national digital health programme

Research finds UK’s current healthcare system is not yet fully ready for wide-scale digital health programme, including apps, personal health records and activity trackers.

Cancer Research UK Formulation Unit

Strathclyde shares in Cancer Centre funding boost

We're a partner in the Cancer Research UK Glasgow Centre, which is receiving an £8 million investment from the charity.

Children's University graduation ceremony

Strathclyde making great strides in widening access

We're leading the way in Scotland in removing barriers to higher education

Business school students

Collaborating with Highlands & Islands Enterprise

Strathclyde Business School and HIE to support the delivery of graduate & student placements.

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World’s space elite descend on Strathclyde for global conference

Leaders from international space sector arrive to explore how space data can support businesses.

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Impact of Change guide launched for higher education institutions

New guide gives higher education institutions tools to demonstrate value for money

Poets of the People's Journal

New book of Scottish Victorian working life in verse

Poems depicting the lives of working men and women in 19th-century Scotland collected in new anthology

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Scottish Equity Partners supports Entrepreneurs Fund

A gift to the fund which invests in business ventures by our staff, students & alumni has been made.

The fairy circles of Namibia. Photo by Tyler Coverdale and Jen Guyton, Princeton University.

New theory on Fairy Circles of Namibia

What causes circular patches of earth surrounded by grass in the Namib desert.

Wind farm

Strathclyde economist comments on Climate Change Plan.

Professor Turner comments on the Scottish Government’s Draft Climate Change Plan

The White House in Washington DC

A new President

Strathclyde Politics Professor Tom Scotto explores the policy challenges facing the new occupant of the White House

Earth's magnetosphere shields the planet from the sun's radiation

Light source discovery ‘challenges basic assumption’ of physics

Our researchers offers new ideas about the way electromagnetic radiation works.

Combine harvester in wheatfield

Strathclyde partners in €30 million European smart farming project

We're part of a programme seeking to improve productivity and sustainability in farming

School pupils putting their hands up in class

Giving children a voice in their own learning

How can young children be given the chance to have a voice in their own education?

Professor Eva Hevia receives the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK's Emerging Talent Award.

Chemistry professor wins international prize

Professor Eva Hevia is hailed as one of the "strongest and most promising researchers" in her field

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UK’s first Fintech course launches at Strathclyde

We're introducing a new Masters course in Financial Technology

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We win UK Business School of the Year award

For outstanding performance, innovative & entrepreneurial outlook.

Particle accelerator

Strathclyde joins Cockcroft Institute

We have joined the UK’s centre for Accelerator Science & Technology.

Calculator, money, pen and charts

Weak economy sets challenges for new Finance Secretary

Economic growth in Scotland is to remain fragile.

technician grant reads data from the platform computer screen

Innovation fund launched

An innovation fund to boost developments in data-driven decision-making has been launched.

Law computer clinic image, law students sitting at computers

Search engines help find mental health resources

Our research has found that Search engines help young people find mental health resources.

Student using crystallisation technology

We have launched a £50m manufacturing hub

A pioneering research hub working with global industry partners

University of Strathclyde campus

New Convener of University Court appointed

Dame Sue Bruce has been appointed our Convener of Court.

Children and Parents in Woods

Scotland's children 'among the world’s least active'

Scotland has some of the world’s least active children.

Chancellor of the University, Lord Smith of Kelvin, opens the graduation ceremony

Strathclyde awards honorary degrees to distinguished quintet

Awards went to Dr Hennessy, Dame Bruce, Professor Yellowlees, Chris van der Kuyl & Ian Walker,


Medal for gravitational wave research

A Strathclyde scientist has been awarded a President’s Medal from the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

US Presidential Election

Views on the US election

The 2016 US election has been one of the most contentious in modern history.

Blood Vessels

Strathclyde researchers go to the heart of blood vessels

Our scientists are developing devices that capture images of our blood vessels.

Scales of justice

Surviving death row

Students will hear the remarkable story of Sunny Jacobs and Peter Pringle.