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Scottish space industry could provide a launch pad for growth of Scottish economy and provides solutions to tackle climate change too.
Scotland’s largest product design company Shore, based in Leith, has announced its transition to employee ownership, with over 30 members of staff given a stake in the business.
CPI, and the founding partners of the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) have announced that they will collaborate with Applied Materials, Inc. to provide planning and scheduling technology.
High growth start-up companies and university spinout projects will receive grants to help them grow in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Edinburgh-based Satellite data company Space Intelligence has been chosen to progress to Phase 2 of the ‘AI for Good Challenge’, managed by Scottish Enterprise via the CAN DO Innovation Challenge Fund and funded by the Scottish Government.
Scotland’s greener railway ambitions are powering ahead with the next stage of a hydrogen train demonstration project getting underway.
COVID-19 Reinforces Importance of E-Commerce and Digital Presence for International Trade
Asklepios BioPharmaceutical, Inc. (AskBio), a leading, clinical-stage gene therapy company dedicated to developing adeno-associated virus (AAV) gene therapies for genetic disorders, announces the award of a £1.99m R&D Grant from Scottish Enterprise.
CPI has today announced the signing of partnership agreements with Siemens plc, Perceptive Engineering LTD and Process Systems Enterprise LTD (PSE), making them a part of the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) collaboration.
Investors event for £1billion mixed-use development opportunity attracts worldwide interest.
Project to deliver opportunities for Scottish SMEs.
A new organisation launches today (Tuesday, 18 August 2020) to help Scotland’s beleaguered tourism sector make a sustained recovery driven by technological innovation