SELF-STARTER: A gene inserted into ordinary heart cells transformed them into rare 'pacemaker' cells.
GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Alcohol alters our perception, but our judgement can be blurry before we even take a sip. Dr Karl sees through a few drinking tricks to be wary of this silly season.
The athletes’ village development for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Europe’s most sustainable community building project, was the focal point of a seminar at the University of Strathclyde this week.
Plans to develop a world-class research and technology centre at the University of Strathclyde have been given the go-ahead by Glasgow city planners.
The Georgia Guitar Quartet concert is Tuesday, October 23, at 8 p.m. EDT. Get your tickets today. The concert will also be webcast live.
The Georgia Guitar Quartet delivered a stunning chamber music performance in the Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium.
Learn about the set, costumes and characters in the upcoming production of Richard III: The Terrible Reign. Also see production photos and watch a trailer.
A major project worth more than £3 million will secure a bright future for low carbon energy in Glasgow and three other major European cities after gaining the green light from the European Commission.
An art exhibition inspired by stunning 3D images of the immune system captured by University of Strathclyde experts has opened to the public.
The Scottish Graduate Fair – the biggest event of its kind in Scotland – will throw open its doors to job seekers in 11 days’ time.