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University's pioneering HIV research features in national campaign

Research which could help Scotland become the first country to beat HIV is being highlighted in a new campaign to promote the public impact of health research at universities across the UK.

Communication is key to successful risk management, according to ACCA report

​Successful risk managers build strong working relationships with staff across the business, according to a new report co-authored by GCU's Dr Patrick Ring.

Book now for the 2019 GCU Fashion Show

Clothing created from the surplus waste from one of the world's most exclusive fashion brands will take centre stage at the 2019 GCU Fashion Show.

Gordon Reid nets honorary degree from Glasgow Caledonian University

Grand Slam singles champion and Paralympic gold medallist Gordon Reid MBE served up an inspirational message as he received an honorary degree from Glasgow Caledonian University.

Dr McAuley makes case at Westminster for drug consumption facility

MPs were told by a Glasgow Caledonian University researcher that Glasgow has one of the strongest cases in Europe for introducing a drug consumption facility in its city centre.

Centre for Climate Justice influences report on UK Aid Spending

A landmark report from the UK's International Development Select Committee calling for major changes in the way the country's £13.9 billion Aid budget is spent is being welcomed by the Director of the University's Centre for Climate Justice,

GCU Chancellor announced as speaker at Scotland’s biggest TEDx event

The University Chancellor Dr Annie Lennox is to give a speech at the renowned TED talk series in Glasgow next month.

EngAGE ageing conference showcases latest developments on campus

The EngAGE conference aims to recognise the importance of older people's contribution to society and free registration is available now.

Engineering research partnership is best in UK

​A collaboration led by the University's School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment (SCEBE) with Edinburgh company, Geckotech Solutions Ltd, has been recognised as the Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership in the UK.

Reasons for delay in pelvic organ prolapse treatment revealed

Many women do not seek early treatment for pelvic organ prolapse due to confusion and a lack of awareness around the condition’s symptoms – and feelings of shame and embarrassment – according to new research.

Treating pets like humans could be life-threatening

Scientists have discovered that treating pets like humans could be life-threatening because some forms of affectionate behaviour pose an antibiotic-resistance risk to families and their domestic animals.

University among ‘Best of the Best’ at Innovate UK engineering awards

An outstanding University research partnership based on the novel use of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision has been nominated for two prestigious national engineering awards. Professor Gordon Morison’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership