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Browse the University of Glasgow world changing information in the following ways:

People

Discover the notable people who contributed to the world changing achievements of the University of Glasgow, such as Norman Ritchie, A prominent animal scientist who, with Gordon Hemingway and James Parkins, developed the first intra-ruminal bolus for cattle to prevent mineral deficiencies.

From the list of people you may then access a person's achievements, their biography, images and other associated information.

Themes

The University of Glasgow world changing achievements are grouped thematically, allowing you to discover achievements that relate specifically to the arts, or to science and engineering, for example.

Timeline

You may browse an interactive timeline of University of Glasgow world changing events within the context of major events in world history. Use the timeline to find out which world changing events were taking place at the university during which year or decade for example, in 1977: James Black developed the drug cimetidine to treat stomach ulcers which became the highest selling drug in the world.

Use the timeline options to filter events by category, such as focussing on groundbreaking publications or inventions, and from a specific event you can access an associated world changing article, biographies of people, images and more.

Spheres of Influence

World changing achievements at the University of Glasgow are categorised by their spheres of influence, and by browsing the list of spheres you can discover which achievements have been made within a particular sphere. For exmaple, in the sphere of Neurosurgery there is the achievement Developing the Glasgow Coma Scale.

Honours

The notable people who are associated with University of Glasgow world changing achievements have received a wide array of honours and awards, such as the Royal Numismatic Society Medal. The Society's Medal was instituted in 1883, to be awarded annually to 'some person highly distinguished for services to Numismatic Science', as elected by the Council.

You may browse a list of honours to find out which notable people have been awarded them and which of their achievements contributed to the award.

Achievements listed alphabetically

In addition to discovering the University of Glasgow world changing achievements through the options listed above, you can also access a complete list of the achivements currently featured on this site, listed alphabetically by title.

Photo Gallery

Guido Pontecorvo receiving the EC Hansen prize and medal, November 1961
Guido Pontecorvo receiving the EC Hansen prize and medal, November 1961

There are currently 308 images featured on the University of Glasgow world changing site, illustrating the achivements and the people who contributed to these achievements. The photo gallery provides easy access to all of these images and to any information associated with each image. You may order the images in the gallery by their title, the person or article the image is associated with, or the date the images were added.