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GCU BEAM team looks to tackle climate-change issues

A research centre that aims to tackle climate-change issues affecting manmade structures and their surroundings has been launched by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU).

Scotland's world lead in social enterprise research boosted by major international event in 2018

GCU's Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health will play a major role in the Social Enterprise World Forum.

Social entrepreneurs scoop first and second

Glasgow Caledonian University's Professor Lorna Paul scooped first prize for her online Web-Based Physio platform and GCU graduate Callum MacKinnon received runner-up at the Converge Challenge

Social businesses up for the Challenge

An occupational therapy graduate and GCU academic will go head-to-head in tonight's Converge Challenge 2017.

GCU signs Accord to work with global institutions in addressing UN goals

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has signed the SDG Accord, the university and college sector’s collective response to inspire, celebrate and advance the role of education in delivering the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals

GCU lecturer to join government advisory panel

Dr Jean McQueen will form a group aimed at helping more than one million disabled people achieve their full potential in work.

Budding entrepreneurs showcase to international conference

Entrepreneurs from around the globe gathered at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) for the first International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC)to be hosted by the University.

GCU ranks among the world's top universities

GCU has been placed in the 601-800 banding in Times Higher Education's World University Rankings 2018.

GCU to host 33rd annual Q Conference

The Q Conference for the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity will be held over three days.

Entrepreneurship at the heart of conference

The University will be a hub of ideas and innovation for the next three days at its hosts the International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC) for the first time.

Webcams help parents bond with premature babies

A study into whether webcams can assist the early bonding process for parents of premature babies found that the majority benefit from the ability to see their baby 24/7 in neonatal units.

Research looks to rescue diminishing resource

Global phosphorus reserves could run out within a century, which could have serious consequences for the agricultural industry.