University of Glasgow
£116m flagship research building welcomes its first experts
ARC will be home to 500 researchers over the next few months
Artist Mach salutes bard with 'Flying Haggis'
The work was commissioned by the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Robert Burns Studies
Art starts up again at Hunterian gallery after year in lockdown
The exhibition is free but visitors need pre-booked timed tickets.
Watership Down to be celebrated in Glasgow 50 years on
Academics will gather at the University of Glasgow next year to discuss the book’s merits and enduring appeal.
Stay-At-Home! Literary Festival returns after last year's hit
The line-up includes: Aminatta Forna, Helen Lederer, Anthony Anaxagorou, and Greg Buchanan.
Bringing the dark ghosts of Glasgow's runaway slaves to life
Audiences are invited to download a bespoke app and immerse themselves in Ghosts.
Glasgow University scoops top title after redressing its past
Glasgow’s work to redress its historic links to slavery secured the prestigious title at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2020.
Maryhill to get after-school learning club to give local kids better shot at university
Three centres are being made possible thanks to a ground-breaking collaboration between the universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh and education charity IntoUniversity.
Alcohol use rose during lockdown, but smoking declined, say Glasgow experts
Researchers suggest effective measures are required to mitigate adverse impacts on health during lockdowns designed to combat the virus.
Byres Road businesses look to students to boost local sales amid coronavirus slump
The worry comes amid the findings of a local survey which gives a snapshot of pressures facing businesses.
'As a cancer scientist, and someone with cancer, I know how vital discoveries are'
Zuzana, who lives in Anniesland, is backing an urgent appeal for donations to cover research funding hit by the pandemic.
University team makes 3,000 protective visors for shop staff and care workers
But the team of volunteers say they may need fresh supplies of acetate sheets to keep production going.
Step changes … women staff recreate 150-year-old Glasgow University photograph
in 1870, there were no women leaders, academics or students at the University.
'Man to man, the world o'er' … academics set out to map history of Burns Suppers
The research project, which will run from 2020-2022, is being carried out by the Centre for Robert Burns Studies (CRBS), which has the world’s largest concentration of Burns experts.
Good health … how Byres Road will look from The Hill as work starts on £50m hub
The new complex will help the Institute of Health and Wellbeing.prevent ill-health and reduce health inequalities.
Guiding star … pioneering Pat's West End blog celebrates 20 years of public service
Few people who live in or who have known the West End will not have read her reviews, recommendations and guides at some time.
Fighting battles … Waterloo to play out in miniature in Glasgow to aid war veterans
The Great Game: Waterloo Replayed is a one-off charity event using a gigantic historical map measuring 192 metres square which recreates the Belgium battlefield of 1815.
University honours its 'missing' soldiers and appeals for help to tell their stories
The 19 men are being added to a special memorial 100 years after the war ended.
Acclaimed jazz pianist Fergus McCreadie to play free lunchtime show in West End
His music is influenced by the Scottish landscape and musical tradition as well as the American and European jazz scenes.
Eight in a row ... Glasgow University does it again to lift coveted Glasgow Taxis Cup
The competition saw over 700 students participating across 16 different sporting disciplines including athletics, badminton, hockey and netball.
VIDEO: Now you see it, now you don't … Western infirmary gone in just 33 seconds
The psychiatrist had a bird's eye view of the site from her office at the nearby Douglas Inch Centre at Yorkhill.
Bonzer, topgallant, splendid, and dandy … praise indeed for university word experts
University of Glasgow wins top higher education accolade for its historical thesaurus project that has listed the meanings of nearly 800,000 words.
The new Hunterian director to join at key period for West End museum and gallery
Steph Scholten joins the museum and gallery from the University of Amsterdam where he was director of heritage collections.
Bring your phones as Hunterian museum hosts first 'Instameet' event in Bute Hall
Social media fans invited to take as many pictures of the fabulous Bute Hall as they want and upload them to their account.