The survey found that Scotland’s Emerging & Enabling (E&E) Technologies Sector is optimistic about the future, with almost 90% of businesses stating that Scotland remains an attractive place for technology companies to work.
The new mobile CT scanner run by Scotland’s Rural College will be providing livestock breeders, processors and researchers with unique insights into meat yields, fat distribution and other traits important for breeding programmes.
VisitScotland is encouraging global brands, charities and organisations from Life Sciences to Robotics to use Scotland as a place to make dynamic new discoveries and inventions in an ambitious digital campaign.
New software, created by scientists at Imperial College London and the University of Edinburgh, has been able to identify and measure the severity of small vessel disease, one of the commonest causes of stroke and dementia.
Developer of complete end-to-end video security solutions, IndigoVision, along with their Authorized Partner Boston Networks and valued Technology Partner Dell Technologies, has provided Social Bite with a security system for their Social Bite Village.
Midlothian's Newbattle High School, a Digital Centre of Excellence that focuses on equipping young people with 21st century digital skills, was officially opened by Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney.
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.
Makeovers using biodegradable glitter, live video tours of a vessel in the Atlantic Ocean and a close look at COVID-19 vaccine development are among events involving University of Edinburgh experts at this year’s Edinburgh Science Festival.
Benchmark, a world leader in salmon genetics and the world leading supplier of salmon eggs, is pleased to announce the commencement of production at its new land based breeding facility in Salten, Norway.
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.