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The Future in Focus at Images of Research 2017

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Continuing our series of Engage with Strathclyde Week blogs, Janine Capaldi brings the future into focus with a snapshot of the annual competition that showcases innovative research from the University.

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Mining, Tourism and Settlements in Outer Space

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Who owns the Moon? On 2 May, Dr Saskia Vermeylen will give an enlightening talk as part of Engage with Strathclyde week where you can learn more about the legal wrangling that's likely to take place as humans continue to venture into outer space.

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STEAMMS line-up for Aye Write! 2017

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Glasgow City of Science is proud to be supporting Glasgow's annual book festival, Aye Write! 2017.

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Catch Pokémon on a University tour or a seat at research cinema for Explorathon GLASGOW

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This Friday Scotland will join with Europe in a celebration of research! In Scotland we celebrate this through Explorathon, a 24 hour festival of curiosity. Each week City of Science has been going behind the scenes giving you a peek at what is coming up. This week we’ll be looking at the Research Cinema and Pokémon Go tour, both happening this Friday the 30th of September.

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Making Waves with James Clerk Maxwell

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Take a musical tour through the life of Scotland's forgotten Einstein, James Clerk Maxwell as part of Explorathon on 30 September.

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Paragon Play ON

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Play ON is an inclusive youth music project for children and young people aged 6-20 years old. The project was set up in May 2013, in response to a University of Strathclyde research publication, “Who Gets to Play?”, which highlighted the inequality of opportunities for young people with additional support needs to access musical activities in Scotland.

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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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