Scots engineers unite

October 12, 2007

A £50 million graduate school for engineers is to be created by four Scottish universities. The Glasgow Research Partnership in Engineering - a joint venture between the universities of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian and Paisley and the Scottish Funding Council - will develop three institutes to focus on engineering research. The graduate school will provide at least 31 research scholarships for training and development.

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