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The U of M and the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) announced a new partnership for exchanging knowledge and accelerating educational opportunities for talented African mathematici

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The world around us is increasingly made up of numbers, no longer is needing a good head for numbers limited to accountants and bankers. Thousands of careers require you to demonstrate an excellent gr

How to Head for the Highest Grades

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Keeping up Momentum

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Effective Revision Tips

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Muster Up January Motivation

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New Year’s Revision Resolutions

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Five Ways to Improve Grades

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Glasgow School of Art chair says building management 'exemplary'

Muriel Gray regrets not doing more to communicate with local community after fire The chair of Glasgow School of Art, Muriel Gray, has defended the management of the Mackintosh building – which was

Glasgow School of Art accused of systemic failings over fire

‘The building has burned twice on their watch,’ says campaigner as Scottish parliament holds hearing The board of the Glasgow School of Art is unfit to manage the future of the famous Mackintosh

Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts brought to brink by fire

Cultural hub complains of ‘shambolic’ crisis management by council since June blaze Glasgow’s foremost arts and culture venue, the Centre for Contemporary Arts, faces a “permanent hollowing

Locals decry 'tortuous' exclusion after Glasgow School of Art fire

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Glasgow School of Art – ready to rise from the ashes once more

The news that Glasgow School of Art will be rebuilt after June’s disastrous second fire is a victory for Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s masterpiece, for the city – and for us all It is hard to thi

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Mackintosh building will be rebuilt, says Glasgow School of Art director

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Large part of Glasgow School of Art to be urgently dismantled

Council says significant part of south facade will have to go after being deemed unsafe A significant part of the Glasgow School of Art building will need to be urgently dismantled because it is dang

What next for the Glasgow School of Art? | Letters

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