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Artificial intelligence and 3D-printed organs: Art of Possible investigates the future of healthcare

13/05/2019 Health and Life Sciences

Thanks to Scottish innovation, the future of healthcare could involve using 3D-printed organs for transplants and monitoring the vital signs of every human being through artificial intelligence. But how do we get there and what progress has been made so far?

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You might not know it yet, but industrial biotechnology is vital to our future

29/01/2019 Health and Life Sciences

Roger Kilburn, CEO of the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre, explains how IB is changing the world.

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PATHway – Technology enabled behavioural change as a pathway towards better self-management of CVD

29/08/2016 Health and Life Sciences

A European project involving researchers from the University of Glasgow's Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment (HEHTA) group is pioneering a novel approach towards better self-management of Cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of premature death worldwide.

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Net Benefits - Is the Digital Society Good for Us?

28/04/2016 Health and Life Sciences

More than ever, we work, live, learn and engage in social networks. But are computers and the networked society a force for good? Or are the fears of new technologies justified?

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Body Image and Eating Disorders – Planning Future Research to Combat Current Challenges

25/04/2016 Health and Life Sciences

Writing for Glasgow City of Science in the run up to Engage with Strathclyde week, Dr Petya Eckler highlights research on body image and eating disorders that will be discussed at an event, 'Body Image and Eating Disorders: Future Research Priorities'.

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The Genetics of Gregor Mendel: A Game of Seeds!

29/02/2016 Health and Life Sciences

It wasn't that long ago that the notion of inheritance of characteristics through genes was somewhat fanciful. As Kirsty Martin explains, one green-fingered scientist's work in particular cultivated the bloom in genetics we see around us today.

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News

   

Unique partnership breathes new life into wind turbines green after-market

Wind turbines are being given a new lease of life thanks to a partnership to refurbish and remanufac...

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Space rock research could reveal origins of Earth’s oceans

The return of a space probe bearing samples from a distant asteroid is being eagerly anticipated by ...

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GCU academic wins Jo Cox Award for Public Service and Active Citizenship

One of the UK's leading voices on gender-budgeting has been awarded the prestigious Jo Cox Award for...

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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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Arika -- Episode 10: A Means Without End

Complex ways of understanding our complex times. Maths & Poetics. Gesture & Physics. Collect...

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Data Analytics for Manufacturing

An informative workshop on data analysis....

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