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News Archive: 2015

News Archive: 2015

UofG student ‘socks it to them’ at film awardsUofG student ‘socks it to them’ at film awards

Isa Rao, PhD student from the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology has been awarded a top prize at the annual European Science TV and New Media Awards.
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Body fights clogged arteries with localised immune responseBody fights clogged arteries with localised immune response

Scientists have discovered an immune response in an animal model that appears to provide protection against clogged arteries – atherosclerosis.
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“It’s not healthy and it’s decidedly not masculine”“It’s not healthy and it’s decidedly not masculine”

Public health researchers at the University of Glasgow have carried out the first detailed studies of how newspaper articles represent eating disorders in men.
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Funding for research to improve robots’ ability to recognise surroundings
Funding for research to improve robots’ ability to recognise surroundings

Scientists at the University of Glasgow have joined forces with British and American colleagues in a project that may ultimately help robots become more autonomous through recognising and understand everyday scenes.
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Study will identify ways of supporting over-50s back into workStudy will identify ways of supporting over-50s back into work

Helping the unemployed over 50s back into work is the focus of a new study by researchers at the University of Glasgow.
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Pregnant women lack guidance on iodine intake levelsPregnant women lack guidance on iodine intake levels

Pregnant women are not getting enough information about the need to include iodine in their diets.
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BHF Centre of Excellence in Vascular Science and MedicineBHF Centre of Excellence in Vascular Science and Medicine

One year on.....
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Engaging with patients: stepping outside the research bubbleEngaging with patients: stepping outside the research bubble

Alex Binks, MRC funded PhD student.
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MVLS scientists amongst Royal Society of Edinburgh PrizewinnersMVLS scientists amongst Royal Society of Edinburgh Prizewinners

Three colleagues in MVLS have been awarded prestigious awards from the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
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Pancreatic cancer has four distinct typesPancreatic cancer has four distinct types

Researchers have found that pancreatic cancer can be split into four unique types.
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Bacteria jump between species more easily than previously thoughtBacteria jump between species more easily than previously thought

A new study suggests that bacteria may be able to jump between host species far easier than was previously thought.
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University of Glasgow and partners receive Life Sciences AwardUniversity of Glasgow and partners receive Life Sciences Award

The University of Glasgow and its partners NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, ThermoFisher and Aridhia have been presented with a major life sciences award.
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£3m grant to tackle drug resistance in livestock parasites£3m grant to tackle drug resistance in livestock parasites

Scientists at the University of Glasgow have been awarded almost £3m to tackle drug resistance in animal parasites.
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