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Projects to help Edinburgh and the surrounding region recover from Covid-19 are to be supported by a new £100,000 fund.
World-first collaboration between University of Edinburgh, FDATA and Fintech Scotland receives grant from UK Government.
University of Edinburgh researchers have used Artificial Intelligence to analyse a digital archive of Fringe listings, and to imagine a series of mind-bending online spectacles.
Data led the discussion at MSZ's virtual Business Forum event on March 9th with guests speakers joined by businesses within the zone.
A new app, created by the Veterinary Services team at SRUC, allows farmers to share real-time data with their vet.
A gene affecting resistance to a viral disease in Atlantic salmon has been identified using CRISPR gene-editing technology.
To help pupils prepare for a data-driven future, a smart technology pilot project has been brought to classrooms at two Midlothian schools as part of a wider Data Education in Schools programme.
A total of 1,616 marine animals were reported washed up on Scottish shorelines in a seven-year period between 2011 and 2017, according to a new report.
PigBoost tool will enable sustainable data-driven decisions to improve Uganda’s pig production, health, and welfare.
A team of Edinburgh scientists are part of a national consortium that will build and operate Britain’s first commercial quantum computer.
Female entrepreneurs have emerged as winners from the three main ‘Challenge’ categories in the 2020 Converge Awards, Scotland’s annual celebration of academic innovation and entrepreneurship.
An academic who plays a key role in the United Nations’ Global Peatland Initiative has been appointed the first Professor of Rural Entrepreneurship at SRUC.
Agri-EPI has joined the EIT Food network and aligns with EIT Food’s sustainable agriculture and aquaculture focus areas to guide and accelerate innovations in food production and farming practices.
Opportunity for Scottish-based start-ups to engage with the Data Driven Entrepreneurship (DDE) programme, part of the Data Driven Innovation initiative (Edinburgh and SE Scotland City Region Deal).
World-class veterinary knowledge will meet cutting-edge informatics and industry expertise to improve the evidence base on livestock health.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise powers the Edinburgh International Data Facility with software, HPC and AI solutions.
The resilience and yields of food crops worldwide could be improved by a new technique that monitors the growth of plant roots, scientists say.
SRUC has teamed up with NVIDIA, the world’s leading AI company, to accelerate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in the agrifood sector.
Chicken study reveals the genetic basis of resistance to bacteria that cause food poisoning in people.
The new agritech hub will have reach across the University of Edinburgh improving the efficiency and output of agricultural applications, and enhance worldwide food security.
Following a successful year of collaboration, AbacusBio and Bayer have agreed to expand their partnership in the area of predictive plant breeding.
This transaction creates the industry's high-performance and adaptive computing leader, combining a highly complementary set of products, customers and markets with differentiated IP and world-class talent.
OGI Bio, a University of Edinburgh start-up, is developing affordable and innovative solutions for the automation and analysis of microbial culturing
Two entrepreneurial tenant companies within Midlothian Science Zone are among 12 innovations selected for the next University of Edinburgh AI Accelerator.
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