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Showcasing Projects with Industry

25/04/2016 Low Carbon and Renewables

A poster presentation and networking event at Engage with Strathclyde will demonstrate the benefits of collaboration between industry and students. Some 40 projects will be on show including SME carbon audits, treatment of land contamination, environmental management, Green Network Strategy and hydrogeology projects overseas.

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Glasgow’s Green Year 2015; Biodiversity July!

06/07/2015 Low Carbon and Renewables

Biodiversity in abundance this July, writes the team at Green Glasgow, with lot's of great opportunity to get outdoors and explore nature around the city.

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Greenland360 expedition inspires climate change action

09/03/2015 Low Carbon and Renewables

Last year, a small team of geography students from Scotland organised their own expedition to Greenland to study the impact of climate change and to create public and educational resources. Writing for Glasgow City of Science, Cameron Mackay shares his personal story of some of the challenges facing our changing planet.

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Resilient Glasgow leads the way amongst global network of cities with shared challenges

23/02/2015 Low Carbon and Renewables

Dr Judith Rodin, president of The Rockefeller Foundation gives her opinion about Glasgow's role in leading the way in responding to and planning for challenges amongst resilient cities around the globe.

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Glasgow City of Botanists

11/12/2014 Low Carbon and Renewables

In 2015, Science Centres and Botanical gardens across Europe will celebrate local biodiversity. Joanne Dempster, Glasgow City of Science's OPAL Community Scientist who is based at Glasgow Science Centre, has been finding out about the great scientists and explorers who founded Glasgow's Botanic Gardens and put Glasgow on the Botanical Science map.

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Glasgow’s Green Year 2015 – ‘From Steam to Green’

09/10/2014 Low Carbon and Renewables

Glasgow is to host its first ever 'themed' year in 2015 - a Green Year. The Green Glasgow team are working on a calendar of events that will showcase the transformation 'From Steam To Green'...

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News

   

Glasgow takes 50 steps closer to future proofing the city’s SMEs

Circular Glasgow, hosted by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, has set out to connect with 50 companies ac...

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Young people take the charge on a new TEDxYouth@Glasgow event

Glasgow Clyde College event management students are playing a key role in designing and organising a...

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£420K to support Scottish research in Cyber-Security and Cyber-Resilience

The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of its new ...

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Blog

   

6 digital & software vacancies across Glasgow

Our partner, Enigma People Solutions has been working with some great clients on a host of different...

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Explore the dark side of social media

How is social media changing people's lives and perception of themselves? Join the debate at Explora...

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Unlock local research whilst you shop

With under 2 weeks to go until Explorathon 2017 – Scotland’s European Researchers’ Night (29-3...

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Events

   

Get Into Coding

Free October holiday activity where kids can try their hand at coding with micro:bit....

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Glasgow Skeptics

A biweekly event where speakers expound on science, pseudoscience, politics and policy to increase p...

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Accelerating Growth, Driving Innovation: A Vision For Life Sciences In Scotland

Significant players in the Scottish life sciences community examine four key areas: sustainable prod...

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