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Three departments gain equality awards

Athena SWAN awards for two Engineering departments and Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

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Business School launches taster MBA online course

Sample our Master of Business Administration degree in new online course.

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Business School scoops top honour for entrepreneurship

Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship recognised for outstanding commitment to business innovation

Our scientists have won prestigious chemistry prizes

Professor Eva Hevia and Dr Matthew Baker recognised by Royal Society of Chemistry

We acquire one of the world’s most powerful lasers

Device is capable of bursts of light equivalent to twenty times all the power consumed on Earth.

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Space radiation reproduced in the lab for better, safer missions

Research aimed at making space exploration safer, more reliable and more extensive.

Strathclyde offers studentships with Nanyang Technological University

Scholarships in a range of science and engineering subjects, in partnership with world-leading Singapore university

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Students shortlisted in national STEM Awards

Three Strathclyde students have been shortlisted in the 2017 Telegraph STEM Awards.

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Academics call on schools to let children play

Strathclyde is working with Inspiring Scotland to show the link between exercise and education

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New integrated course tackles STEM teacher shortage

We pilot a Professional Graduate Diploma in Education with Masters to address recruitment challenges

Strathclyde launches Age-Friendly Academy

New venture promoting the contribution of older people in the workplace, and wider society, launched during Engage with Strathclyde

Brewing up a debate on craft beer

Engage with Strathclyde event exploring the challenges for Scotland’s growing craft beer sector

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We have more scholarships for asylum seekers

A new partnership with The Carnegie Trust means more scholarships are available for asylum seekers

C.diff recurrence ‘takes thousands of hospital beds’

Study finds infection is linked to increased death risks

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We mark 50 years of Forensic Science

Staff and students celebrate UK’s longest established forensic science postgraduate degree.

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We welcome international political economy expert

Commentator on global economies calls for a rethink on the way countries measure prosperity.

Presentation at Engage with Strathclyde

A week of engaging events at Strathclyde

Engage with Strathclyde, 2-5 May: more than 50 events showcasng research and innovation across our four faculties

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UN Guidelines for Alternative Care course launched

Strathclyde develops online course sharing UN guidelines for care of children

Strathclyde shortlisted for three UK awards

We are in the running for three Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards.

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Making medicine more effective

Strathclyde joins Scotland’s Cancer Medicines Outcome Programme

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Latest gross domestic product data is ‘deeply disappointing’

Professor Graeme Roy, Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute, comments.

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A message from the Principal to all staff and students

A message from our Principal following the triggering of Article 50

David Hillier receive Director of the Year Award

Strathclyde Dean scoops top honours at Institute of Director Scottish Awards

Professor David Hillier recognised at Institute of Directors Awards

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Academics join fight to combat deadly tropical disease

Strathclyde mathematicians are modelling the impact of device that could reduce dengue fever.

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Professor Iain Hunter co-chairs new government science strategy

Strathclyde scientist to shape Scotland’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths strategy.

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Strathclyde Director joins Scottish Fiscal Commission Board

David Wilson has been appointed as a Member of the Scottish Fiscal Commission.

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Political uncertainty could slow Scottish economic recovery

Report finds Scotland’s economy continues growth but remains ‘fragile’.

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New Visiting Professors

Fotis Karamitsos, Directorate General for Mobility and Transport, and Tom Boardley, Executive Vice President of Lloyd’s Register

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GlaxoSmithKline in £2.5m partnership agreement

Our highly successful partnership with GlaxoSmithKline has been extended significantly.

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Where does laser energy go after being fired into plasma?

An outstanding conundrum on what happens to the laser energy after beams are fired into plasma has been solved in newly-published research at the University of Strathclyde.

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Strathclyde tutor is Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist of the Year

A Strathclyde tutor has won a prestigious arts award

Physical activity “may tail off by age seven in boys and girls”

Findings question orthodoxy that decline only happens among teens and is gender specific

CuanTec – a new force in the fight against food waste

One of Strathclyde’s newest start-up companies is tackling the costly and environmentally damaging disposal of seafood waste in landfill – by converting it into food packaging

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Glasgow’s space sector blasts off with UK Space Agency support

Glasgow's burgeoning space sector is set for a cash injection from the UK Space Agency

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Strathclyde partners in new Centre for Work-based Learning

Centre aims to establish the value of work-based learning in the education and training system

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Budget 2017: a boring budget?

What did the Fraser of Allander Institute make of this year's spring budget?

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Challenge for aspiring entrepreneurs

ScottishPower-Iberdrola competition for students with ideas for commercial ventures

A new force in the fight against food waste

One of our newest start-up companies is tackling the disposal of seafood waste in landfill – by converting it into food packaging

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Leading Digital Health research team joins Strathclyde

A UK-leading Digital Health research group joins Strathclyde to accelerate the development of new technologies.

Shaf Rasul (centre) at Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre with emerging entrepreneurs from the University’s Community. Left to right: Amanda Day; Chris Hughes; Leo Kameni; Victoria Hamilton. Photo by Cooksey Pix.

Businessman named Strathclyde’s resident entrepreneur

Shaf Rasul, formerly of Dragons' Den returns to Strathclyde.