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Scottish research is going from strength to strength. Innovative ideas are flourishing here, supported by initiatives like the Proof of Concept Fund, Enterprise Fellowships from Scottish Enterprise/RSE and the Scottish C…

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The Hunt for the Higgs BosonMaking WavesCritical Mass for Scottish Physics

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The Hunt for the Higgs Boson Professor David Saxon and Professor Tony Doyle of the University of Glasgow are contributing to the largest ever collaboration of scientists, driven b...


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Making Waves Jim Hough of the University of Glasgow is confident that Gravitational Waves will finally be detected within the next five years. The Institute of Gra...


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Critical Mass for Scottish Physics Professor John Chapman of the University of Glasgow explains why an alliance between six Scottish physics departments is such a good idea. "If we...


 

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