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Get involved with The Social Mobility Foundation

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Find out about a charity that supports improving social mobility for young people from low-income backgrounds and how STEM professionals can get involved in supporting as mentors or with opportunities to develop confidence and skills.

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What can Masters students do for you?

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In the run up to the Engage with Strathclyde week, Anna Selwood, a Careers Adviser at University of Strathclyde Careers Service, writes for Glasgow City of Science on the fantastic opportunities for businesses in making the most of Masters students.

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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards - Part 8

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In their latest vlog installment, the Strathclyde University team share some of the challenges they've encountered along the way towards making the Shopping Trolley for the Elderly.

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Promoting STEM Equality at City of Glasgow College

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Taking positive action to promote gender equality in STEM, Douglas Morrison from City of Glasgow College writes about the successful approach taken with support of their partners to increase female participation in the college's engineering programme.

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Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Awards - Part 7

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The Strathclyde University team continue their mission to make the winning innovation from last year - the Shopping Trolley for the Elderly.

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Kilmarnock born CERN scientist recalls her 'inspiring teacher'

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Can you remember the name of the teacher who had the biggest impact on the career path you chose? For one Kilmarnock born CERN scientist, Dr Victoria Martin, it was her forward-thinking physics teacher, Mr Samson.

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News

   

GCU awards for South African rail staff

Nearly 200 employees of the South African rail transport agency Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) graduate...

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EE launches 5G in Glasgow and Hamilton

EE has switched on 5G in Glasgow and Hamilton, where customers can now receive the latest mobile net...

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Protein antibiotics offer new hope for fighting common crop diseases

Scientists have tested a new way to protect crops from a widespread and devastating bacterial diseas...

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Blog

   

Game of Drones: A Song of Boats and LiDAR

Drones in the sky, drones in the sea, drones on land. Could drones be doing more for you? At Art of ...

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Grounds to create global change

To mark International Zero Waste Week Scott Kennedy, co-founder of Revive Eco and member of Industri...

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Learning to fuel the growth of a more sustainable world

Rachel Clark from the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) encourages students into s...

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Events

   

Creative Conversations: Nina Allan

Nina Allan is a writer and critic, active in the field of speculative fiction. Her work has been awa...

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Culture Club

A monthly gathering of fermentation enthusiasts where you can meet like-minded people and share reci...

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Matt Dillahunty: Magic, Skepticism & Questions

Matt Dillahunty is well-known as one of the hosts of the popular Atheist Experience phone-in show (w...

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