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Arbroath Abbey

Declaration of Arbroath descendants traced to Strathclyde

Lecturer and student descended from signatories of historic document

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Researchers to develop online remote building inspection platform

The project will enable the management and monitoring of the construction phase of buildings and improve productivity and quality, with fewer defects in the long term.

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Simulation tool developed to assesses value of investing in national Health Technology Assessment Agencies

The spreadsheet-based tool was produced as part of the Evaluating the Value of a Real-world HTA Agency (EVoRA) project.

Strathclyde's University Challenge team with host Jeremy Paxman

Strathclyde victory on University Challenge

Student team wins 190-155 on BBC Two quiz show

Electric cars

Strathclyde receives industry fellowship for battery research

Award is one of six made by the Faraday Institution

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Strathclyde at the forefront of projects helping manufacturing firms in Scotland

Strathclyde is to be involved in six of the Scottish Government’s Advancing Manufacturing Challenge Fund projects.

Offshore windfarm

Researcher awarded prestigious COP26 Fellowship for energy justice work

Unique fellowship to engage with international climate negotiations

“Complete satisfaction rate of 80%” with community pharmacies

Strathclyde co-produces study commissioned and published by Community Pharmacy Scotland

The moon in space

Students over the moon with success of virtual lunar base

Team in global top three for 'space habitat' creation

Overhead view of the protein structure of Amt

Map of ammonium’s journey ‘could prevent infection’

Study discovers mechanism of a protein which transports ammonium, in a process vital to all living things

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Blackbaud response

This relates to a data security incident experienced by Blackbaud, a third-party service provider to the University of Strathclyde.

Wood engraving of Forth Rail Bridge, 1891

How ideas travelled in Europe in the 19th century

Newly-established Scottish Network for Nineteenth-Century European Cultures

The skyline of Johannesburg

Teams triumph in global engineering design challenge

Students come up with solutions for Engineering for People Design Challenge

Child receiving an injection from female doctor.

Greater global cooperation needed to tackle vaccine-preventable diseases in a world with COVID-19

Greater global cooperation and financial investment required to tackle vaccine-preventable diseases.

Woman's hand on computer mouse

Strathclyde-based language centre welcomes online learning partnership

SCILT, Scotland’s National centre for Languages, has been supporting online learning platform e-Sgoil in delivering teaching during lockdown

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Tribute paid to former Strathclyde Deputy Principal

Professor Alastair North OBE has died at the age of 88

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Strathclyde scoops Green Gown Award

Strathclyde wins award for student engagement for its Vertically Integrated Projects for Sustainable Development programme.

One in seven Scottish adults ‘feeling hopeless’ as lockdown eases

Latest findings of survey led by Mental Health Foundation Scotland

Royal Exchange Square in the winter.

Strathclyde scoops 2020 Whatuni Student Choice Award

Strathclyde has been announced as the winner of the 2020 Whatuni Student Choice Award for the ‘Local Life’ category.

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Winning pitch for Strathclyde students’ microgrid technology

Strathclyde students' company Connex Solar wins Converge Pitch to your Peers competition

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Student team win Global Prize for Innovation to tackle household pollution and climate change

Engineering students triumph with electric cooker design

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Greenhouse gases in Glasgow’s air to be monitored in real-time

A network of sensors will monitor levels of the greenhouse gas (GHG) carbon dioxide (CO2) in the city’s air.

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Nine projects to tackle impact of COVID-19 receive £230,000 from Global Challenges Research Fund

Strathclyde is undertaking nine projects that seek to tackle various aspects of the impact of COVID-19.

International Space Station in orbit around the Earth

Quantum entanglement demonstrated on orbiting CubeSat

Advance set to enable cost-effective space-based global quantum network for secure communications

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Scientists finds mystery object in 'mass gap'

LIGO-Virgo make 'remarkable discovery' of object equal to 2.6 solar masses

Scientist in white coat holding up petri dish in lab

Bacterial ‘Deathstars’ could be tricked into destroying themselves

Researchers have discovered a network of channels inside bacterial communities

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Researcher awarded sensor equipment for tetanus study in Vietnam

Biomedical engineer Dr Alejandra Aranceta-Garza one of just five worldwide recipients of EMG equipment

Zooming into a summer of lifelong learning at Strathclyde

Centre for Lifelong Learning Launches its Summer Programme

Nurse standing in front of ECG machine by intensive care hospital bed

Data scientists help NHS Lanarkshire to predict and manage intensive care bed demand

Scientists' model helps doctors plan and manage demand for critical care and general ward beds.

National award for Strathclyde Information Science alumna

Elizabeth Carney is joint winner of the 2020 Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals Student Prize

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Strathclyde Business School launches productivity hub

Strathclyde Business School is launching a new hub to help companies boost performance and productivity.

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Nine Strathclyders through to semi-finals of Converge Challenge

The projects are among 60 semi-finalists across the three ‘Challenge’ categories: Converge, Creative and Impact.

“Different techniques needed” to detect fingermarks on new banknotes

Research to determine which process works best on new polymer notes

Coronavirus

Scientists to help low and middle-income countries decide which COVID-19 models to use

Scientists from Strathclyde to provide guidance on selecting and interpreting predictive models to use to curb the spread of COVID-19.

New project to benefit chemical and biochemical SMEs in Scotland

SCOUT (Scottish Outreach) project will have significant input from the University of Strathclyde