Most Uni elections use the STV (Single Transferable Vote) voting system. It is considered to be superior to other election methods as it reduces wasted votes and eliminates the idea that candidates can be ‘sure winners’ or ‘sure losers’. Here’s how it works.
In a recent breakthrough study, scientists successfully created human-pig embryos. They were carried by adult pigs for about 4 weeks and then removed and analysed. The embryos contained only 0.001% of human cells, but enough to give this new study a promising start.
This Wednesday, 8th February, our University had the pleasure to welcome the Apple CEO, Tim Cook. As part of his European tour, Cook came to Glasgow to have a “fireside” chat with the students and staff in the crowded Bute Hall. The evening was opened with a few words from the Principal Muscatelli, followed by the graduation ceremony in which Cook was awarded an honorary doctorate. It was a symbolic gesture with the purpose of aligning ourselves with Apple and its values, which are “the best of human endeavour”, as our Principal put it. Often referred to as one of the most influential people on the planet, Cook is truly a treasured addition to our University.