CALCIVIS, a medical devices company focused on revolutionising the management of tooth decay and enabling preventive dentistry, announces it has closed a £3.15 million equity funding round from existing investors Archangel Investors, Julz and the Scottish...
The Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre has received a £10m, 5-year funding package to support the sustainable growth of the sector and re-affirm Scotland’s position as a global leader in innovation and seafood production.
Converge, Scotland’s largest company creation programme for the Higher Education sector, has received record numbers of applications to its 2020 programme, despite concerns about the impact of Covid-19.
Converge, Scotland’s largest company creation and enterprise programme for the university sector, has officially opened applications for its 2022 programme – with the largest prize pot available in its 11-year history.
A group of experts led by researchers at Moredun Research Institute receive funding from DEFRA for an initiative to demonstrate effectiveness of community-led approaches aimed at controlling sheep scab - a disease which costs the sector £70-£200m per year...
The Gates Foundation announce an additional $40 million over five years for the Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines (GALVmed), a public-private partnership which develops livestock vaccines, medicines and diagnostics.
A multinational team of researchers have been awarded €2m from Horizon 2020 to improve uptake of new digital technologies, increasing the efficiency and sustainability of small ruminant farming systems in Europe and beyond.
A unique event hosted by the world-renowned Moredun Research Institute in Midlothian Science Zone has created a blueprint for future research to solve a 100 year mystery afflicting horses across the world.
Midlothian-based Biotangents has secured £2.2m of new funding and strengthened the management team and Board to further support the next phase of development and roll-out of its ‘on farm’ rapid disease technology.
SRUC scientists’ research into reducing cattle methane emissions using a chemical from daffodils is part of a project awarded £2.8 million by the Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).