Glasgow’s Criminal-Medical Histories, c. 1850-1920
The life of a Renaissance book on dreams
Staff Heritage Favourite: Andreas Vesalius
Visualising Medical Heritage and Innovations – Meet the Experts
Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Winter 2018
Visualising Medical Heritage: Historical Fiction Lab Review

Andrew McAinsh


The life of a Renaissance book on dreams
Art, Culture and Patronage in Renaissance Scotland
Foundations of the College Library
A Unique Impression?
Glasgow Incunabula Project
H.T. Hamblin: Ophthalmologist and Mystic
Forgotten copy of a botanical encyclopaedia
Thomas Annan and the Documentary Photograph
Cold, Flu and Winter Bugs
(Un)official Publications: the book that wasn’t meant to be published
Doors Open Day 2015
The Lock Room Collection – Now on the Library Catalogue
Medicine and Surgery at the Battle of Waterloo
The History of Diabetes
Opening times over the Festive Season
Doors Open Day
19th Century Catalogue Now Online
Glasgow Cathedral
William Cullen: Helping Glasgow Flourish
A Tale of Two Cities
Sir Ronald Ross: A Man of Many Talents
The Effectiveness of Tamiflu
Celebrating Joseph Lister’s Birthday
Cataloguing the College Library
40 Years of the Glasgow Coma Scale
Matters of the Heart: A New Exhibition
Temperance and Alcohol
A Ghostly Painting for Halloween
A History of Mental Health, through the College Collections
Found in Books: A New Online Exhibition
Digitising our Historical Collections
New to the library: “The Magnet”, A literary magazine from Victorian Glasgow
Guest Blog: Work Experience in the College Library