AN analysis of the economic impact of Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) found that it boosts the Scottish economy by £444 million each year.
GCU’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Shearwater Marine Services has been receiving a bit of attention after we went to the ITF Technology Showcase in Aberdeen.
Take a look at some of the coverage:
Scottish universities have produced more spin-out companies over the past decade than any other part of the UK, a survey has suggested.
New internet database Spinouts UK said Scottish institutions had created 172 firms, followed by London (115) and the south east (85).
Here are the winners of the Scottish Leadership Awards 2010.
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Kellie Gibson, a PhD student working with Jim Woodburn, Professor of Rehabilitation at Glasgow Caledonian University, heads to Bangladesh at the weekend to start her Gordon Masterton/ Magnusson Award funded work.
Kellie is volunteering with the Leprosy Mission International and will spend time supporting the rehabilitation work conducted in a number of clinics across the country. She will also stop by the Grameen Caledonian College of Nursing in Dhaka towards the end of the visit to meet the students and share her experiences.
Kellie has set up her own blog and you can follow her progress at http://leprosymissionbangladesh.blogspot.com/
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