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CMAC appoints new Industry Director

Massimo Bresciani takes up post with Strathclyde-led pharmaceutical consortium

A lab with robotic equipment

State-of-the-art robotic sensing hub to launch this autumn

Work underway on £2.5 million cutting edge Robotically-Enabled Sensing (RES) hub

Building and city scape

Pioneering 5G ‘New Thinking’ project wins £5 million government funding

Innovative project in which Strathclyde is a principal partner

HRH The Prince of Wales presents Professor Sir Jim McDonald with the Queen's Anniversary Prize.

Strathclyde collects Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education

The University has collected a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education at Buckingham Palace.

Researchers receive £500k for ‘completely new’ prostate cancer treatment

Grant awarded by Prostate Cancer UK as part of its Research Innovation Awards scheme.

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‘Super-recognisers’ excel at identifying outside own ethnic group

Study assesses abilities of people with highly-developed aptitude for distinguishing or recalling faces – or both

£22 million funding boost for world-class energy research

The UK's drive towards net-zero carbon emissions has been boosted by a £22 million funding award for the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC).

A student and man standing against a banner

Prestigious Wood scholarship awarded to engineering 'star of the future'

Female engineering student awarded a sought after scholarship

New design could produce accelerators for hospitals and factories

Design for ultra-compact, powerful particle accelerators for medicine, science, and industry

Twin-engined passenger jet flying in the sky

European partners launch Hybrid Electric Propulsion research programme

Strathclyde embarks on ambitious research initiative on hybrid electric propulsion funded under Horizon 2020.

Breakthrough in quest to build the world’s most powerful particle accelerator

New technique for forming high quality particle beams achieved in international collaboration

‘Be Brave for our Rights’ shield by Tammy Henderson, supported by The Children’s Parliament. Cover image for the Respecting Rights? report.

A fresh approach to justice for children and young people in Scotland

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is to be incorporated into Scots Law by 2021.

Technology & Innovation Centre building from ground

Scotland first in UK to gain Fintech Cluster Excellence Award

Cluster which includes Strathclyde recognised as centre of excellence.

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Young Weir Wise outreach engineering programme

Female S2 pupils welcomed to the Faculty of Engineering for ‘Discovering Engineering' programme

Worm infection drug could be used to treat prostate cancer

Mebendazole works in combination with another drug to enhance its ability to kill prostate cancer cells and decrease tumour growth.

Ivan McKee, MInister for Trade, Investment and Innovation and Roman Bensen, CEO of EnMovi, demonstrate EnMovi technology on fitness instructor Jonathan Idun.

Med-tech firm to develop orthopaedic sensors in Glasgow

Med-tech firm EnMovi has selected Glasgow as the location to advance its development of cutting-edge orthopaedic sensors and data analytics.

Gravitational waves

Global Gravitational Wave Network Detects Another Neutron Star Collision

Scientists detect gravitational ripples from collision for only second time

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

PhD student heads to global final after winning UK engineering title

Callum bound for UAE for Speak Out for Engineering challenge

Woman's hand on computer mouse

Be yourself on social media, report recommends

Report produced from conference organised by Strathclyde and the Mental Health Foundation Scotland

Six Strathclyde nominations in entrepreneurial competition

Shortlistings for Converge KickStart Challenge

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Researcher awarded prestigious grant to advance national security

Fellowship to help advance the future of UK intelligence

Dr Julian Braybrook, Joe Fitzpatrick MSP and Professor Sir Jim McDonald

New advanced measurement centre opened in Glasgow

A new centre of excellence that will support innovation in the medicine, food and drink, and high-value manufacturing sectors has opened in Glasgow.

All age groups ‘at high risk’ of drop in children’s physical activity

Emphasis on particular groups hinders efforts to address the problem of declining physical activity in children.

Illustration, based on simulations, of the Trojan horse technique for the production of high-energy electron beams. Image by Thomas Heinemann/University of Strathclyde

Beams to transform photon science with €2 million ERC funding

Project aiming to develop next-generation plasma-based electron beam sources for photon science and high-energy physics.

Detail from front cover of When People Die: Stories From Young People. Artwork by Mark Brown

Comic supports young people in dealing with bereavement

Teenagers from across Scotland shared their experiences to help produce When People Die: Stories From Young People

Winners standing on stage

Trio of Strathclyde-supported businesses win Scottish EDGE funding

Firms successful in latest round of funding

Strathclyde staff and Glasgow Warriors players standing outside Strathclyde Sport

Partnership with Glasgow Warriors extended until 2022

Strathclyde teams up with Glasgow Warriors for another three years

Professor Kirstie Blair with her Research Book of the Year award and her book, Working Verse In Victorian Scotland: Poetry, Press, Community. Photo by Graham Clark

Strathclyde Professor wins in Saltire Literary Awards

Professor Kirstie Blair receives Book of the Year and Research Book of the Year awards

Times Higher Education Awards 2019 trophies lined up with University of Strathclyde etched on University of the Year trophy

Strathclyde crowned Times Higher Education University of the Year 2019

Strathclyde has won the coveted title of Times Higher Education University of the Year – the first University to win the award twice.

Strathclyde students Callum Taylor, Emma Tate and Steven Nolan with Kembujeh with local people in Kembujeh.

Strathclyde scoops Green Gown Award for Student Engagement programme

Award in Student Engagement for initiative where staff and students work together

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Strathclyde part of ‘Fearless Glasgow’ to tackle gender-based violence

Partnership to raise awareness of sexual violence

Solar panels

Strathclyde wins Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education

Prestigious award recognises world-class excellence and achievement at academic institutions.

Syrian refugees with humanitarian worker. Photo copyright UNICEF (UN043078) / Rich

Strathclyde child care online courses clock up 100,000 enrollers

MIlestone for courses co-delivered by Strathclyde-based Centre for Excellence for Children’s Care and Protection

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

The Fraser of Allander Institute awarded grant to examine changing patterns of working hours

The FAI and Scottish Centre for Employment Research awarded funding

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

World leading maritime safety expert elected as Royal Academy of Engineering Fellow

Professor Dracos Vassalos elected as a Fellow of the elite Academy