James McCune Smith was the first African American to receive a medical doctorate from a university. He dedicated his life to fighting injustice.
A new economic model of how remote working is developing reveals some interesting results.
Society needs to spend as much time considering youth options for creating as we we do considering what can happen with digital learning, finds a study in Hamilton, Canada and Glasgow, Scotland.
Scotland’s ‘makar’ and quiet man of poetry continues to be loved, read, taught and celebrated 100 years after his birth.
In a speech on Friday, Angus Taylor lays the groundwork for the “technology investment roadmap” to be released soon.
The UN’s climate change conference is coming to the UK this year, and former industrial powerhouse Glasgow is just the city to demonstrate its environmental commitment.
View from an expert in criminal justice – who also lives in one of the UK’s most deprived areas.
A British Conservative MP has brought concentration camps during the South African War back into the spotlight.
A study of Polish children in Glasgow reveals how they successfully navigate complex social rules relating to language to blend in with their peers.
Want to travel to 1314 and see Robert the Bruce slaying an English knight? Why step this way, madam.
This was no high watermark of British communism; just a key milestone in the struggle for better working conditions.
An algorithm based on commuting patterns makes new ‘Greater Glasgow’ the biggest local authority in the UK.
Viewed by many as the most important architectural building in Scotland’s largest city, the Mackintosh has been devastated for the second time in four years.
The Scottish club’s move to support women’s struggles with menstruation and sport is the first of its kind.
From Dundee to Dublin, horror spectaculars are springing up like zombies from the dead.
Why do big events that showcase elite sport fail to motivate people to get active?
The experiences of a migrant district in Scotland’s biggest city could be the shape of things to come.
The cost of money due for this (from Europe) is tiny – the symbolic impact, huge.
Scotland’s former first minister on Brexit, Scotland and the need for a new generation of visionaries.
Are Edinburgh Castle et al really acing their English equivalents?