24 March 2017Leading health economist takes PVC Research position
One of the world's leading health economists has been appointed Vice-Principal and Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Enterprise at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).
23 March 2017Conference to explore the hidden geographies of fuel poverty
The Scottish Government's definition of fuel poverty will be one of the topics keenly debated at a parliamentary event next week.
16 March 2017Researchers study mindfulness for beating anxiety and depression after stroke
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers are investigating how a mindfulness course, a form of meditation focused on being more aware of the present moment, may be adapted to help beat anxiety and depression in people who have had a stroke.
15 March 2017GCU researchers tackle infection risks among Scotlands drug users
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers have been awarded a new seven-year contract to undertake a significant analysis of people with Hepatitis C and risk behaviours among people who inject drugs in Scotland.
14 March 2017GCU to host global gathering of enterprise organisations
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is hosting the 2017 International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC), the leading global gathering of enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and practitioners.
13 March 2017GCU event supports Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) is hosting a unique event during Scottish Tourism Week (March 15-23) exploring ways to grow visitor numbers in 2017 Scotlands Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology.
08 March 2017£2m research project analyses speech therapy for people with Parkinsons
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers are part of a £2million collaborative research project investigating the effectiveness of different types of speech therapy for people with Parkinsons disease.
08 March 2017Study finds alcohol makes witnesses of crime less suggestible to misinformation
Researchers from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) and London South Bank University have found that alcohol consumed after observing a crime can actually make a persons eyewitness account more reliable.