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More life-changing projects under way thanks to Magnusson Awards 2015

An environmental UN internship, a support network for women in Egypt and the rehabilitation of malnourished children in Ghana these are just some of the life-changing projects being carried out by students at GCU.

  • Dr Hadi Larijani
    GCU and Stream to develop smart wireless sensors

    GCU and communications technology company Stream Technologies are collaborating on research to develop a self-powering sensor interface for low power radio devices, such as environmental and power sensors, eliminating the need to charge batteries.

  • Tin Man by GCU student Heather Main was a feature at last year's Caledonian Creates
    GCU celebrates innovation at end-of-year show

    A plant that tweets when it needs watering, a 'space elevator, and a marketing campaign for charity Mary's Meals are just some of the exciting concepts that will be unveiled at GCU's end-of-year showcase of innovation later this month.

  • Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow was awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of GCU in 2013,
    Mary's Meals founder to launch book at GCU

    GCU will welcome Honorary Graduate Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow OBE back to the campus on Saturday, May 23.

  • The first intake of BSc Physiotherapy students was at GCU founding institution Queens College in 1982.
    GCU to host physiotherapy alumni event

    GCU will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its physiotherapy degree graduates at an alumni drinks reception on Thursday, May 28.

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