Case Studies

Horses and Hydroponics

Food & Drink Standard Innovation Vouchers

Funded by a Scottish Funding Council Innovation Voucher, a report was commissioned to cover the environmental, financial, and practical elements involved in growing hydroponic grass in Scotland and the wider UK to support the desire of horse owners to grow high quality feed at an affordable and sustainable level.  This system would help and encourage the use of poorer quality land to support horses and other animals, potentially opening up opportunities for an increase in horse ownership. 

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Black & Gold cold pressed rapeseed oil

Black & Gold

Black & Gold receive  Innovation Voucher funding allowing them to work with Queen Margaret University to test the antioxidant and fatty acid profile of their rapeseed oil allowing them to determine the true nutritional benefits.

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Pulsetta wanted to gain a greater understanding of the health and nutrition benefits of their gluten-free and free-from bread products which are made from pulses.

Pulsetta

Pulsetta wanted to gain a greater understanding of the health and nutrition benefits of their gluten-free and free-from bread products which are made from pulses. With assistance from Interface and the FHIS, they were matched with the renowned Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health at the University of Aberdeen.

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Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland

Scottish Cycling

Interface facilitated a partnership between Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland and Glasgow Caledonian University to develop an innovative interactive prototype App of mountain bike trails across Scotland.

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Johnstons of Elgin approached Interface to understand and reduce their energy and carbon emissions

Johnstons of Elgin

Johnstons of Elgin approached Interface to analyse its energy usage across the main business units of dyes, weaving, logistics, finishing and yarns. Interface matched them to Heriot-Watt University to review strategies that would enable the company to reduce energy costs and understand their carbon footprint.

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React2

A ground breaking research project using speech and language software developed in Scotland could dramatically improve the recovery period for stroke patients.

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CJM Accountancy

CJM Accountancy

CJM provide financial management services and were looking to develop a robust methodology for project financial management. Interface linked them with the University of Abertay to find a solution which  will not only fill a gap in the market but is also the first of its kind and will deliver ongoing benefits such as cost reduction, streamlined project delivery and improved financial management.

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Scottish Ballet using unique technology for choreography

Scottish Ballet

Scottish Ballet approached Interface to establish a collaboration to evaluate the potential of using augmented reality in a dance context.   This innovative project combines dance with novel technological approaches to choreograph, produce and capture in 3D a “movie” of bespoke dance sequences to widen public dissemination and participation in the arts.

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Tait Enterprise

Tait Enterprise Development Limited

Interface connected Tait Enterprise with the University of Abertay to develop a consultancy tool which will support SMEs to improve the financial performance of their businesses.

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Munepene

Interface partnered the Munepene with the University of St Andrews,  who was able to provide data that demonstrated the performance of micro-share portfolios and gave an independent validation of the performance of Munepene micro-share portfolios against real and historical market data.

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Timespan Museum and Art Centre

Timespan Museum and Art Centre

Interface connected Timespan with academics at St Andrews University to develop a 3D reconstruction of longhouse dwellings and provide an insight in to the lives of ordinary residents in the past.

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