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More than 1,000 words and phrases in common use in education have been compiled in a new online dictionary by an academic at Strathclyde.
Strathclyde Business School's Vice Dean Research has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
Strathclyde's first fundraising Telethon of 2010 gets underway this week, with an extra focus for the donations it gains for the University.
Professor David Gani, Deputy Principal at the University, has been appointed head of Scotland's network for pooling expertise and resources in chemical sciences.
Academics at Strathclyde are to investigate the future of regional development policies in Europe under two major research contracts.
Scotland's External Affairs Minister will see the impact of Strathclyde's Making Wonders project when she visits Malawi next week.
A Strathclyde historian has appeared on a major BBC TV series to discuss one of the biggest turning points in Scotland's history- and to dispel a popular myth about it.
Antibiotic resistance in the natural environment is rising despite tighter controls over our use of antibiotics in medicine and agriculture, according to new research.
Simon Brown, an EngD student at the Institute for System Level Integration (iSLI), has won Student Engineer of the Year at the European Electronics Industry Awards.
A new kind of artificial knee joint that could help people with limb amputations to walk more naturally is under development at the National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics at Strathclyde.
Ambitious plans to transform the University's campus to help support world class research and teaching have been given the green light.
A culture change is needed to make residential care the first and best option for some of Scotland's most vulnerable children and young people, according to a major series of reports launched by a nationwide partnership involving Strathclyde.
The Strathclyde engineers behind a pioneering tidal power device have been recognised at the prestigious Energy Institute Awards.
High-flying entrepreneurs from the University of Strathclyde came face-to-face with the stars of BBC Dragons' Den Online at an awards ceremony in Glasgow this week.
A miniature book of poetry by Robert Burns will soon be jetting off to space, thanks to a group of Scottish school pupils.
Will millions of people face deeper poverty through the responses of developed countries to the economic slow-down? How can world trade law be made fairer to give developing countries a genuinely fair chance? These are among the questions which will be tackled in a prestigious lecture by a leading international trade lawyer at Strathclyde.
Manned exploration of Mars could be a step closer to reality following a pioneering investigation by engineers at Strathclyde.
Internationally renowned power engineer, Professor Scott MacGregor, has been appointed Dean of Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
A research programme designed to enhance the quality of teaching and learning at all stages of life was the focus of a major lecture at Strathclyde.
Strathclyde Business School (SBS) has been ranked 3rd in the UK and 27th in the world in the Financial Times Global Masters in Management 2009 rankings.
UK Scientists, including researchers at Strathclyde, are moving closer to finding mysterious ripples in the fabric of space and time- known as gravitational waves- with the production of assemblies for a network of detectors designed for the quest.
A Chemistry Professor at one of the foremost universities in the US will be delivering a prestigious science lecture at Strathclyde this week.
Two senior appointments have been made at Strathclyde to help drive forward its ambitious plans as an internationally leading technological university, it was announced today.
A retrospective exhibition of a pioneering Finnish artist opens at the University of Strathclyde this weekend.
Jim Mather MSP met with Strathclyde engineers this week (Friday 14 August 2009) on a visit to the University's Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering research facilities.
A Paralympic champion cyclist will today be named as the University of Strathclyde Alumna of the Year 2009.
A groiup of volunteers will be undergoing a stylish transformation at Strathclyde this weekend, to raise funds for the University's Malawi Millennium Project.
The financial stability of voluntary sector organisations is being put at risk by the re-tendering of social care services, according to new research.
A team from Strathclyde has made it to the last three of a worldwide law competiton which tests their court debating skills.
Energy industry experts and Scotland's First Minister assembled yesterday in the first meeting of the new Energy Advisory Board. The meeting coincided with the release of figures which showed that the energy sector is making a significant contribution to economic recovery.
A new formulation of a treatment for lung cancer will be among the innovative projects highlighted in the launch of a new venture at Strathclyde next week.
Five prominent figures from the fields of sport, space science, law, education and business are to be awarded honorary degrees at the University next month.
Fuad Warsame, an apprentice with the University's Department of Mechanical Engineering, has won the Trades House of Glasgow Modern Apprentice of the Year Award 2009.
The explosive growth of mobile phones in the developing world has sidelined tens of millions of people, according to new research.
Strathclyde has become the first university in Scotland to win a prestigious award for widening access to legal services.
An award-winning documentary on campaigns for access to increasingly scarce water resources will this week have its Scottish premiere at Strathclyde.
Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Strathclyde Business School, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
A Strathclyde academic is the first winner of an award made in recognition of innovative partnerships between higher education and industry.
The University has been awarded a £2 million Doctoral Training Grant (DTG) to train the scientists and engineers of the future, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has announced.
A study into the UK's little understood business-based property bridging finance market has been launched by the University in association with Glasgow-based Munro Bridging Finance (MBF).
Initial results from the biggest ever study into the social and economic impacts of higher education across the UK will be revealed this week.
The 250th anniversary of Robert Burns' birth is being celebrated worldwide this weekend but it has a special significance for one Strathclyde staff member- a relative of Scotland's national poet.
A pilot pre-school programme for vulnerable two-year-old children helped their parents deal better with the challenges of the 'terrible twos,' according to researchers at Strathclyde.
Wind energy experts at the University are to take part in two innovative research projects to support the reduction of the UK's greenhouse gas emissions.
Children are using their memories in a similar way to adults by the time they reach the age of 11, according to research led by a Strathclyde academic.
Strathclyde researchers have taken first and third prizes in a prestigious Scotland-wide competition for innovation in laser technology and applications.
One of Scotland's most acclaimed contemporary writers is to deliver a prestigious lecture at Strathclyde this week, on the universal messages of Robert Burns' poetry.
One of Scotland's most acclaimed contemporary writers delivered a prestigious lecture at Strathclyde this week, on the universal messages of Robert Burns' poetry.
Two academics at Strathclyde have been named in the Queen's 2009 New Year Honours List.
The University's research power and its continuing growth in its areas of strategic importance - Engineering, Science and Business - have been confirmed by the Research Assessment Exerecise (2008).