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Large waves crashing on the beach

SUPER news: £5 million for environmental research partnership

Strathclyde is a member of the Scottish Universities Partnership for Environmental Research

The Strathclyde Sirens netball team logo

Scotland’s biggest netball team become The Strathclyde Sirens

Scotland’s most successful netball team will compete in the UK-wide Netball Superleague as the Strathclyde Sirens.

Cameron Scott

Inspiring young engineer awarded prestigious grant

Cameron Scott, from the Isle of Islay, has been awarded a prestigious grant from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

British Embassy in Paris

New course in Diplomacy and International Security

Course will cover a broad range of international subjects in History, Politics and Law

Lower drink-driving limit ‘has little effect’ on road deaths and accidents

Study of lower limit's impact since it was introduced in Scotland in 2014

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Dr Jana Schniete

Strathclyde secures hat-trick in female leadership programme

Dr Jana Schniete joins Homeward Bound programme - ensuring Strathclyde is represented for the third session in a row

Bassim Sartawi's prize-winning entry in the Crystal Growth competition. Photo courtesy of Springburn Academy.

Pupils take crystal-growing challenge at Strathclyde

Springburn Academy pupils in Europe-wide science competition organised through Strathclyde

Spacecraft And Space Station

European funding for asteroid project

Grant of €4million for study which will investigate how to explore and exploit asteroids and make the use of space sustainable

Construction in progress of the new bridge over the Firth of Forth, between Fife and the Lothians.

Two Strathclyders join Royal Academy of Engineering

Professor Rebecca Lunn MBE and Professor Graham Wren elected as Fellows of the Academy

Ruth McLaren. Photo Converge Challenge

Strathclyde student wins entrepreneurial award

Ruth McLaren receives award in Scotland-wide Converge Challenge

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Strathclyde launches FinTech Accelerator Programme

New programme will help cement Scotland’s position as a leader in financial innovation.

Student and Scottish Thistles netball player Niamh McCall; Principal &Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Jim McDonald; Netball Scotland CEO, Claire Nelson; Head of Sport, Neil Brown: Sports Union President, Alex Brock and  student and Scottish Thistles player Bethan Goodwin in one of the new sports halls.

New £31m Strathclyde Sport building opens its doors

The University of Strathclyde’s new £31m sports centre has opened its doors for the new academic year.

Dr Jane Essex is presented with the Global Game Changer Award for Innovating in STEM Education by David Coyne, Director, Centre for Work-based Learning.

Success for Strathclyde in Global Game Changer Awards

Strathclyde has scooped a trio of awards for innovations and initiatives which are helping advance the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Artist's impression of the Learning and Teaching Building.

Contractor appointed to £60m Learning & Teaching Building

Contractor Balfour Beatty has been appointed to build new £60m Learning and Teaching building.

Participants in the iGAP @ Tontine programme

Strathclyde joins with City Council for business growth programme

Six-month iGAP programme for innovative enterprises in Glasgow

Converge Challenge 2018 finalists, including Strathclyde Engineering alumna Carmen Cummiskey (second right). Photo Converge Challenge.

Four Strathclyde finalists in Converge Challenge

Four nominations in Scotland-wide company creation programme

A voyage of exploration into research

Strathclyde joins Explorathon, held as part of Scotland's European Researchers Night

Chancellor Philip Hammond with Strathclyde Principal Professor Sir Jim McDonald. Photo by HM Treasury.

Chancellor announces quantum and 5G investments

The city of Glasgow is set to receive a share of an £80 million investment in quantum technology research.

Aerial view of Strathclyde Campus from Cathedral Street

Strathclyde shortlisted for two national education awards

Double nomination in Times Higher Education Awards

Engineering students Stewart Malcolm and Susie Little (first right), members of the team which built the model of John Logie Baird's Televisor, with Glasgow Life Learning Assistants Larraitz Ayarza (second left) and Jana Jankuliakova. Photo by Glasgow Life.

Strathclyde students recreate pioneering TV set

Model of original mechanical television devised by John Logie Baird

Kylie the dolphin with a harbour porpoise. Photo by Clyde Porpoise.

Solitary dolphin clicks with porpoise companions in the Clyde

Dolphin monitored by Strathclyde researchers

Professor Michael Heath

Royal Society of Edinburgh award for Maths Professor

Sir James Black Medal awarded to Professor Michael Heath

Torness Nuclear Power Station

New Chair appointed to Advanced Nuclear Research Centre

Duncan Hawthorne has been appointed as Chairman.

Queuing traffic

Rush-hour drivers shun shortest routes - but should they?

Traffic jams are a daily bind for many commuters.

Aerial view of Glasgow city centre and River Clyde

Indian students gain business insights on trip to Scotland

Business students from the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta visited.

View of Glasgow city centre

New funding for Arts & Humanities research in Scotland

The next generation of professionals working in the Arts and Humanities in Scotland are to benefit from new funding.

Arctic ice cave. Photo by Aidan Hunter

Changing Arctic Ocean

Strathclyde physicists and mathematicians in international project investigating the impact of warming on Arctic ice and food web

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Strathclyde shares in £1 billion funding for innovation

Funding boost to help create the technologies of tomorrow.

Members of the AFRC meet together.

Funding secured for new advanced engineering facility

Advanced Forming Research Centre secures £16.5 million for major new venture.

People working in a chemistry laboratory

Strathclyde to lead science and engineering equality programme

Project to address challenges faced by female and LGBT staff in science and engineering.

Five Strathclyders join RSE Young Academy of Scotland

Appointments to Royal Society of Edinburgh’s forum for talented emerging academics and professionals

Crime and punishment: prisons in post-Soviet Russia and Kazakhstan

Study of changing nature of prisons and punishment since the USSR ceased to exist.

earth from space, with satellite

Imaging technology could bring more targeted Earth observation

Device could be installed in nanosatellites and used to monitor climate change, observe the activity of oceans, detect forest fires or track shipping traffic.

Offshore windfarm

Strathclyde lends expertise to new research hub

The Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult has appointed Strathclyde to its £3.1million research Hub.

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Students win 25 Carnegie Vacation Scholarships

Carnegie Trust Vacation Scholarships allow undergraduates to work on summer research projects.