Academia is stereotyped as a boxing ring, with researchers in constant competition; is this competition sometimes beneficial in driving innovation? Or should we shift toward a more collaborative environment to further scientific discovery?
Ross Laidlaw takes a look at the obvious yet overlooked contributions of patients on the development of scientific research projects
Conferences are kind of a necessity if you’re in a research role, but what about all the amazing research University of Glasgow undergraduates do? That’s where Let’s Talk About [X] and [X]position come in!...
Let’s Talk About [X] is an annual conference that showcases the exceptional research carried out by students within the University of Glasgow. If you are an undergraduate student at UofG and you have a...
If you think you just need good results to be published, think again… And read on.
Gabriela De Sousa and Emily May Armstrong interview the speakers at the UK Parliament Outreach and Engagement Service event held in Kelvin Hall, Glasgow. Listen to Dr Caroline Kenny, Dr Phil Larkin, and Simon Wakefield discuss how research is used to inform government policy making, and how researchers can get involved.
Event and interviews held on 16th March 2017.
Are robotic cloud-based labs the future of research? Teodora Aldea explores how outsourcing routine experiments could help research by saving scientists time and money.
On Tuesday 7th June in the Barony Hall, over 500 students, staff and visitors attended the University of Strathclyde Research Day.