University of Strathclyde Opens New £89m Technology & Innovation Centre
03 July 2015
The University of Strathclyde had reason to celebrate this week as Queen Elizabeth II opened a new £89m technology and innovation centre.
The landmark £89 million Centre will transform the way Strathclyde academics collaborate with business, industry and the public sector to bring global competitive advantage to Scotland and the UK. The leading-edge Centre is the home of academics and in areas such as health, energy, manufacturing and the development of future cities.
The University of Strathclyde is a leading international technological University located in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland's biggest city. Known for their excellent industrial placements, scholarships and opportunities to study abroad, Strathclyde are committed to producing graduates who are ready for the workplace.
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