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University looks to create generation of eco chefs

Glasgow Caledonian University is looking to help create a new generation of chefs in a bid to curb the devastating impact food waste has on the environment.

University joins city council to address cyber skills shortage

The next generation of cyber security experts are to be given a vital boost thanks to Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).

Drinking water to get well gel

A Glasgow Caledonian University team led by Dr Kate McAulay will use electrochemistry to create a gel, enabling it to remove metals and contaminates from drinking water.

Global games event a hit

Glasgow Caledonian University boasted the best attended hub in Scotland at this year’s Global Game Jam.

Cutting-edge tool launched to reduce fertiliser damage to the environment

Leading Scottish scientists have invented a new cutting-edge tool to help farmers find the safest way to use organic waste fertiliser in a bid to reduce its damaging impact on the environment.

GCU partnerships aim to unlock Scotland’s tech talent

Glasgow Caledonian University is to provide 30 scholarships starting in January 2021 to help mobilise Scotland’s tech talent and enhance career development opportunities in the sector.

Prize-winning Tranzfuser game explores Holocaust trauma

A team of Glasgow Caledonian University graduates has won a £20,000 UK Games Fund competition for its innovative look at an historic atrocity.

New platform aims to address climate finance inequality

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) today launched an initiative that calls on world governments and civil society to make a long-term commitment to support equitable finance for those living in climate-hit regions.

Giving climate-hit Rwandans a voice

A new research project from the University’s Centre for Climate Justice seeks to give a voice to rural Rwandans whose lives have been affected by floods and other natural disasters.

Taken identity

A University academic who helped create an information sharing system as part of his PhD, has now seen the resultant spinout company acquired by a major US cyber-security organisation.

Professor Jafry to advise Scottish Assembly

Glasgow Caledonian University's leading climate-change academic is to provide evidence to a Scottish Government-formed assembly on how the country can best meet its zero carbon targets.

Building on climate and COVID research

Glasgow Caledonian University’s Centre for Climate Justice will build on its current research into the experiences of people in Sub-Saharan Africa during the coronavirus pandemic, with the ultimate aim of changing future government and NGO