The 11 companies selected to take part in the Scotland Can Do ‘Applying Space Data to the Net Zero Economy’ research and development (R&D) challenge – run by Scottish Enterprise in partnership with the Scottish Government and The Data Lab – came together yesterday (Monday, 23 January) to share their innovative ideas after recently being selected from a competitive field of applicants.
Greener power for boats, gritters and excavators – some of the 12 projects sharing over half a million in specialist funding
12 Scottish companies have been successful in receiving a share of £560,000 to support the decarbonisation of heavy duty vehicles.
University projects from Edinburgh and Aberdeen each receive £75,000 funding from Scottish Enterprise’s High Growth Spin-out Programme (HGSP) to support renewable energy.
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Smart Green Shipping is a systems design and engineering company based in Dumfries that is developing unique retrofit sails and technology for sustainable commercial ships and is celebrating further growth following a £1.35million investment round.
Dxcover Limited, a clinical-stage diagnostics company developing spectroscopic liquid biopsy technology for early detection of multiple cancers, today announced it has raised $11.9 (£9.7) million in Series A and grant financing.