University of Strathclyde PhD student Jeannette Heiligers has struck gold at a prestigious competition in the House of Commons for engineering research.
A powerful, high performance computer that can tackle complex calculations to solve major challenges in drug development, energy systems and space technologies research, is to be installed at the University of Strathclyde.
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde, in collaboration with global engineering and construction management firm Parsons Brinckerhoff, and the National Grid, have landed a prestigious Brownfield Briefing Award for their work in tackling environmental contamination.
Funding has been granted for a new centre to develop and demonstrate offshore and onshore wind turbine asset management to help Scotland meet its ambitious renewable energy targets.
State courts and legislatures have been slow to acknowledge a growing body of research suggesting that the sexual orientation of parents does not affect the overall quality of parenting or a child's development, two University of Virginia professors said during a talk Thursday at the Law School, but there are some signs that could be changing.
A new form of microscope which can produce results in seconds rather than hours- dramatically speeding up the process of drug development- is being developed at Strathclyde.
A lighting system that can kill hospital superbugs – including MRSA, E.coli, TB bacteria and C.diff – has been named Research Project of the Year at the prestigious Times Higher Education Awards.
Natural metal levels in the environment are contributing to the growing global problem of antibiotic resistance – according to research conducted by scientists at the University of Strathclyde and collaborating universities.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has announced that Professor Mark Llewellyn, holder of the John Anderson Research Leadership Chair in English Studies at the University of Strathclyde, will be the AHRC’s new Director of Research.
Impact and innovation in research at Strathclyde have been highlighted and celebrated at the University's annual Research Day.