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GCU researchers have patented a unique optical concentrator
GCU researchers transform light into low cost electricity

Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) have developed a novel optical concentrator which, at a cost of just £1 each, can be used in windows to capture solar energy to generate electricity and ambient light within the home.

  • Ex-servicemen and women may not consider further or higher education as part of their transition back to civilian life
    GCU and HM Forces launch Learning Partnership for ex-servicemen and women

    GCU is working with HM Forces, three Glasgow colleges and Glasgow's Helping Heroes to launch a Learning Partnership, a major education initiative that provides ex-servicemen and women with a pathway to sustainable quality employment via further and higher education.

  • Innovative game unveiled at Gathering the Voices exhibition

    A digital game based on the story of a political prisoner during the Second World War was unveiled at an exhibition held at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).

  • Y Not Game Jam?

    The latest Game Jam planned for Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) will have a unique twist - it's for women only.

  • GCU researchers investigate massage for MS sufferers
    GCU intervention to help people with MS

    Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are leading a three-year study to establish if abdominal massage is effective and cost-effective in reducing the symptoms of neurogenic bowel dysfunction, which affects over 60% of multiple sclerosis patients.

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