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Computer game developed in Glasgow played at UN climate summit

Delegates at this month's key United Nations COP24 global climate-change negotiations in Poland were invited to play a computer game developed by students from Glasgow Caledonian University.

THE research nomination puts Sinan in the spotlight

Recognition in the Technological Innovation of the Year category at the “Higher Education Oscars” has boosted the profile of research at Glasgow Caledonian.

Academics deliver first Climate Justice handbook

Academics from our very own Centre for Climate Justice have edited a recently published compendium covering the field.

Successful collaboration leads to birth of new University in Oman

​The creation of a new National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Oman has been described as 'truly exciting' by Glasgow Caledonian University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Pamela Gillies CBE FRSE.

Red Ribbons to Red Runs – show your support for World AIDS Day

Staff and students are being urged to support a series of events on campus this week to mark World AIDS Day on December 1.

Breakfast at Barrio 13

Mark Majewsky Anderson, Director of Research and Innovation, discusses a consortium of Latin American and European universities, led by GCU, which has established special units to help transform communities such as Barrio 13.

Higher Education Minister receives Cybersecurity update

Higher Education Minister Richard Lochhead MSP heard how GCU is now equipping hundreds of graduates with cybersecurity skills.

Get hands on with science at Explorathon

School of Engineering and Built Environment researchers will be sharing their work with the community at a series of Explorathon events – a celebration of science held across Scotland this month.

Academic accolade beckons for life-changing research

One of our researchers is up for an academic Oscar following his work to develop a tracking device for people with dementia.

Opening the door to Glasgow at war

PhD student Kevin Morrison will open a door to Glasgow’s wartime history as the city celebrates its architecture in September.

Engineering Development Trust award for student Taylor

Taylor Aitchison has won the Engineering Development Trust's Scottish Contribution to the Business Award for his outstanding business improvement project.

Girls can explore their future careers in STEM

Hundreds of school girls will explore careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at Glasgow Caledonian University as the University continues its drive to encourage more young women into the field.