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High growth businesses awarded record £1.5 million at Scottish EDGE finals

A record breaking £1.5 million was invested in a total of 42 businesses with innovative entrepreneurial potential as the latest winners of the Scottish EDGE Awards are revealed

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Ten innovative responsible tourism projects launched as part of £25million Scottish Tourism Recovery Programme

Scottish Enterprise and partners are delivering funding to support the recovery of tourism and hospitality in Scotland by driving forward innovation in the tourism sector. The projects, which collectively received over £500k in funding, have been revealed by Scottish Enterprise, South of Scotland Enterprise (SOSE) and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).

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Sugar beet re-introduction could create hundreds of jobs and support Scotland’s net zero goals, new report

  • New vision for a bioeconomy in Scotland set out in IBioIC report by Scottish Enterprise;
  • At least 815 jobs could be created and thousands more supported through the supply chain;
  • Domestic bioethanol supply could reduce carbon emissions by more than 280,000 tonnes annually;
  • Dundee or Grangemouth highlighted as potential sites for a bioethanol plant.
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MSP Humza Yousaf and MP Chris Stephens visit Govan family business as it celebrates 30th anniversary with £0.5m development

Humza Yousaf MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Care, and Chris Stephens MP, Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Fair Work and Employment), visited Rearo, an independent family business headquartered in Govan on 19 November, as part of the business’s 30th anniversary celebrations

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Edinburgh laser firm targets Japan with Scottish Enterprise

Chromacity leverages Scottish Enterprise’s ongoing support and international network to join forces with photonics experts in Japan

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Scottish - German Collaboration to Unlock €20 billion Green Hydrogen Market in the EU

Scottish Enterprise has commissioned an ambitious international collaboration project called 'Scot2Ger' that will be led by industry and supported by the public sector to explore future export opportunities for Scotland’s green hydrogen. 

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Breakthrough inflammatory disease treatment set for commercial spin-out

Ground-breaking research from Heriot-Watt University and the University of Texas Medical Branch is set to be commercialised following a funding award from Scottish Enterprise’s High Growth Spinout Programme. 

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Scottish Enterprise signs renewable energy MoU with Marubeni

Net zero ambitions to be supported by partnership agreement

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Global health & nutrition company DSM chooses Scotland for world-leading methane emission reduction project

Innovative product to be manufactured in North Ayrshire

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BioQuarter opens bidding for private sector partner for £1bn transformation project

Edinburgh BioQuarter has formally launched its public procurement process for a private sector partner.

The opportunity to create a £1billion (estimated gross development value) health innovation district which will create jobs, homes, and a community for thousands of people in Edinburgh has attracted interest from parties around the world.

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‘Steel’ the prize: Competition aims to usher in innovative ideas to improve the circularity of Scottish oil and gas infrastructure

In a partnership between Zero Waste Scotland and The Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (RSA), students are being invited to reimagine how structural steel from decommissioned oil and gas platforms could be given a new lease of life.

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Scotland to be showcased on global stage

Export opportunities for dozens of Scottish firms