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Entrepreneurship programme welcomes applications from Strathclyde women

A new entrepreneurship programme for staff, students and alumni welcomes applicants.

Offshore windfarm

Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub announces speakers at first annual assembly

International experts share their views at new hub for wind,wave and tidal offshore renewables

Two Chemistry academics in international science Power List

Dr Matthew Baker and Dr Lynn Dennany in list published by Analytical Scientist magazine

Could a less sedentary lifestyle help to beat osteoporosis?

Research exploring how condition is affected by prolonged periods of sitting – and the potential impact of less sedentary behaviour

Walking app is a step in the right direction for patients’ fitness

App designed to assess and support physical activity in medical patients

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University of Strathclyde Chief Commercial Officer, Adrian Gillespie; Boys 1st XV captain, Callum Gosse, Glasgow Warriors Managing Director, Nathan Bombrys, Strathclyde University Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald and Girls 1st XV captain, Abigail McMillan; and Head of Sport at the University of Strathclyde, Neil Brown.

Strathclyde teams up with Glasgow Warriors to champion rugby

One-year partnership will benefit student experience, recruitment and reputation.

MIdnight sun in the Arctic Ocean. Image by Scottish Association for Marine Science

Polar plankton march to their own beat

Study of the movements of zooplankton in Arctic waters

StrathLoop - 2019 group shot

Students bid to create winning futuristic transport pod

Team vying for final of ‘Hyperloop’ pod competition

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PhD student awarded marine plastics research fellowship

PhD student awarded fellowship to take part in marine plastics pollution research

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Students and staff get on their bikes with Cycle Friendly Campus award

Students and staff can get on their bikes with Cycle Friendly Campus status

‘Digital surveillance’ holds one in five writers back

Study finds writers have avoided writing or speaking on a particular topic owing to the perception of digital surveillance

Technology & Innovation Centre building from ground

Dr Caroline Cantley appointed to Scottish Science Advisory Council

Dr Caroline Cantley appointed as an expert to support the Chief Scientific Adviser

The Wolfson Building

Wolfson Building set for £15.5m refurbishment

Revamp will provide new research and teaching laboratories, office accommodation and social spaces for students.

Children operate a water pump in Malawi

Ethical beer company teams up with Strathclyde to fix broken water wells in Malawi

Brewgooder aims to fix 12 broken water wells in remote villages in Malawi.

Offshore wind turbines behind large waves.

Professor Karen Turner appointed to Just Transition Commission

Commission to advise how to maximise opportunities offered by carbon-neutral economy.

Dr Alexandra Mavroeidi (fourth right) with the Think Activity team at the Scottish Health Awards

Strathclyde researcher in Scottish Health Award-winning team

Think Activity Project wins in the Top Team category of the Scottish Health Awards

Scottish EDGE winners round 13

Strathclyde Entrepreneurial Network businesses scoop Scottish Edge funding

Companies win combined funding of £340,000 after vital University support.

Head of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde Professor Campbell Booth; CLP Power Academy Vice Chancellor Mr Paul Poon; and HKUST’s Vice-President for Research and Development Professor Nancy Ip sign the agreement.

Strathclyde launches Dual Master’s degree in Hong Kong

MSc Future Electrical Power System Operation and Management will start in September 2019

Four new gravitational wave detections announced

Strathclyde is a partner in research which has found gravitational waves from four black holes

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Strathclyde and LUX Assure secure grant for oilfield data technology

Researchers awarded a grant from Oil & Gas Innovation Centre to introduce new data processing tools.

Soil bacteria provide promising E.coli treatment

Successful treatment for one of the bacterium's most serious forms

Young Scot winner Andrew Wilson - picture credit Sunday Mail

PhD student wins Young Scot Environment award

PhD student Andrew Wilson has won the Young Scot Environment award

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Silver Watermark awarded for public engagement

University receives charter mark for commitment to putting engagement at the heart of its activities.

Prof Deepak Uttamchandani

Professor honoured with fellowship for pioneering work

Professor Uttamchandani is one of only a tiny percentage to receive the accolade

More than 100,000 young Scots have obesity, global study finds

Other studies based on BMI could be underestimating problem ‘by half’

Pupils vie to be Top of the Bench at Strathclyde

Pupils competed at Strathclyde to win a coveted team place in a national science competition.

Readouts from RRP voice tests

Strathclyde researchers seek diagnostic tool for respiratory condition

New approach to diagnosing condition that can affect children’s voices

International Space Station in orbit around the Earth

Experiments heading to International Space Station

Experiment which could aid the discovery of new materials receives £1.3 million funding.

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Graduate apprentices celebrate awards win

Student Justyna Dabrowska of Peak Scientific Instruments has won the first-ever Graduate Apprentice Rising Star Award.

Nicola Sturgeon speaking at a human rights conference at the University of Strathclyde.

First Minister addresses human rights conference

First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, delivered a keynote speech at a conference exploring the evolution of human rights in Scotland.

Miniature pipe organ device. Photo by Botong Zhu

Miniaturised pipe organ could aid medical imaging

Miniaturised version of musical instrument to improve images from scanners

Aerial view of Glasgow city centre and River Clyde

Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre MD appointed

Dr Dave Tudor has been appointed Managing Director of the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre.

West Lothian schools project enters second phase

Research project seeks volunteers aged between 60 and 85, to help find out how older people can help primary school pupils in their attainment

Arunima Sinha addresses graduates after receiving her honorary degree.

India’s history-making mountaineer honoured

The first female amputee to climb Mount Everest has been made an honorary Doctor of the University of Strathclyde.

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Honorary degrees for author, mountaineer and scientist

A children’s author, history-making mountaineer and the chief scientific advisor to the Scottish Government.