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University of Glasgow is planning to build a £40m research facility at its Gilmorehill Campus.
05-Jan-2016


Glasgow University is planning to invest up to £500m in the redevelopment of its estate over the next ten years.
02-Nov-2015


Glasgow University has been awarded £3.4m to develop a new medical research centre at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
28-Jul-2015


Glasgow University has unveiled plans to build a new medical research centre at the Southern General Hospital site in Glasgow.
01-Jun-2015


Glasgow University has secured a £10m government grant to develop a new clinical research facility for chronic diseases.
14-Oct-2013


Glasgow University is planning to expand its Gilmorehill campus onto a 14-acre site occupied by the Western Infirmary from 2015.
19-Feb-2013


Glasgow University is linking up with the universities of Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian and Paisley to set up an engineering research partnership, with £16m from the Scottish Funding Council being used to recruit 25 research staff and purchase equipment.
04-Dec-2006


Glasgow University has secured a £4.2m grant from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council to set up a new electrical engineering centre, while the University of Strathclyde gets £3.8m to research power generation.
11-May-2005


Glasgow University is planning to build a £20m biomedical and cardiovascular research centre, and four construction companies will return tenders next month.
28-Nov-2002


Glasgow University is linking up with Imperial College and the Generics Group to launch a new spin out company called Adaptive Screening, which aims to speed up the identification of compounds for the development of new drugs.
20-Jul-2001


Glasgow University is to build a new £6m medical school on University Avenue.
30-Mar-2001


Glasgow University, Strathclyde University and Edinburgh University are to benefit from a £90m investment fund to develop drugs, in a new scheme unveiled by the Scottish Executive.
02-Mar-2001