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Offshore wind turbines behind large waves.

Consortium awarded extra funding to create £9 million offshore renewables hub

A national consortium with Strathclyde as a core member has been awarded additional £4 million funding

Professor Graham Wren

Strathclyder honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List

OBE for Professor Graham Wren

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Researcher wins prestigious EFORT award for paper on pioneering knee surgery trial

Academic receives prestigious international award

Shetland fish farm

Study to improve data driven decision making for Shetland’s aquaculture industry

Study on how better digital connectivity could transform aquaculture

Honey bee colonies down by 16%

International study finds that 89000 colonies out of more than half a million were lost

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Students team up with trustees of historic steamer

Students playing a pivotal role in transforming the TS Queen Mary into heritage centre

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

Engineers gather for Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering conference

Specialists in ocean, offshore and arctic engineering flock to Glasgow for international conference

Childrens University banner 2019

Glasgow Children’s University 2019 graduates are a class act

Students showed they were top of the class when they graduated from Glasgow Children’s University.

Dr Liam Fox MP and Adrian Gillespie, Chief Commercial Officer, University of Strathclyde outside the Exporting is Great Hub

Glasgow City Innovation District hosts exporting roadshow

Secretary of State for International Trade, Dr Liam Fox MP, highlights exporting opportunities for energy firms.

Strathclyde and Santander signing event 2

Strathclyde signs new partnership agreement with Santander

The University signs new partnership agreement with Santander

Hoarding design by Supermundane.

Supermundane artwork is anything but dull

The characteristic design style of graphic artist Supermundane is the latest piece of public art to brighten the streets of Glasgow.

Earth and Space

Stardust Reloaded programme attracts 25 international partners

Research project on how to make use of space sustainable attracts new partners

Our energy tech spinout receives £2.9 million investment

Funding for Synaptec will be used to scale up the company’s production and grow international sales.

Versailles

Versailles centenary: peace making after the First World War

Conference explores legacy of Treaty of Versailles

Richard Lochhead, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science, with Professor Scott MacGregor, Vice-Principal of the University of Strathclyde, with Graham Forsyth, Project Manager, University of Strathclyde at the Learning & Teaching Building site.

Minister tours Learning & Teaching Building construction site

The Minister for Further Education tours building with Dr Mike Cantlay of the Scottish Funding Council.

Matt Crilly, President of the Strathclyde Students Union, and Dr Veena O'Halloran, University Secretary with statue of Oor Wullie.

Strathclyde on the trail of 'Oor Wullie'

Strathclyde set to host unique sculpture of comic character to support charity drive

Electric cars

Electric vehicle system investment could fuel more than 3,000 new jobs research suggests

Investment in electricity network could create thousands of jobs

Richard Lochhead MSP, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science with pupils from Abercorn Secondary School, Glasgow.

Just like splat: making science education inclusive

Young Chemical Ambassadors enjoy inclusive science education day.

View of Glasgow city centre

Academic wins prize for inclusion & diversity

Dr Jane Essex recognised for her work with Additional Support Needs pupils.

Synaptec - Principal, Dr Phillip Orr, Dr Graeme Malcolm - company Creation Awards April 2019.

Company Creation Conference awards celebrate Strathclyde’s leading entrepreneurs

Awards showcase entrepreneurs and innovators from Strathclyde

Professor Sir Jim McDonald

Strathclyde Principal to receive Energy Institute award

Professor Sir Jim McDonald to receive the Melchett Award for his contribution to the energy sector

Immigrant-led businesses ‘contribute £13 billion to Scottish economy’

Strathclyde study commissioned by the Federation of Small Businesses

Dr Matthew Baker (left) with Business Miniser Jamie Hepburn at ClinSpec Diagnostics. Photo by Mark Runnacles

Life-saving brain cancer blood test being developed

Strathclyde spinout company ClinSpec Diagnostics working on pioneering blood test for the early detection of brain cancer

Children “need to sit less and play more” for healthy future lives

Strathclyde professor among 16 members of international panel appointed to draw up World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines

Professor Keith Mathieson

Royal Academy of Engineering technology chair for Strathclyde Professor

Chair in Emerging Technologies awarded to Professor Keith Mathieson

The Terzan 5 star cluster Image European Southern Observatory .

Extracting something from nothing: A bright glow from empty space

Study by Strathclyde Physics researchers finds "totally unexpected" gamma rays in a vacuum

Space, sludge and satellites: Strathclyde joins Glasgow Science Festival

Glasgow Science Festival: 6-16 June

Street in La Paz, Bolivia

Building language skills with architecture

Research project challenges school pupils to use Spanish in designing a building or space

Microplastics field testing site in Pyrenees

Microplastics blown by wind found in remote mountainous region

Researchers have found microplastics in a remote region of the Pyrenees

Young boy sits overlooking refugee camp. Credit: Tommy Trenchard-Panos Pictures

New online course to support unaccompanied and separated children

Sixteen international humanitarian agencies join forces to offer a new online course responding to needs of child refugees.

 Fin tech & Rising Stars Accelerator 2019

First FinTech accelerator for aspiring entrepreneurs

Innovative ideas developed at the University's first ever Fintech entrepreneurship programme.

Ice bergs in the Arctic Sea.

Professor Keith Bell appointed to Committee on Climate Change

Independent statutory body advises the UK Government and Devolved Administrations on emissions targets.

Blood cells and Papilloma virus in the vein

Vaccine ‘has almost wiped out’ cervical pre-cancer

Study involving Strathclyde finds reduction of nearly 90% in cancer-causing virus

Dame Katherine Grainger DBE beside a plaque commemorating the official opening of Strathclyde Sport.

Dame Katherine Grainger officially opens Strathclyde Sport

Former Olympic rowing champion Dame Katherine Grainger officially opens state-of-the-art sports centre.

View of John Anderson Campus from the north

New research highlights job security potential of Carbon Capture and Storage

New research highlights the potential of Carbon Capture and Storage to sustain jobs