Christmas Turkey

The future of Christmas dinner

17 December 2018

We think there is nothing more traditional than the Christmas turkey roast - but have things already changed, and how will they continue to change?

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Alarm clock on desk

Timely reminder for #ScotKEAwards

02 November 2016

It has been interesting to watch the evolution of simple format TV programme “Masterchef” into the series of themes in the past few years with the screening of “Celebrity Masterchef” and “Masterchef Professionals”. 

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Solar energy test site

Partnering with academics works

27 October 2016

Solar thermal business Soltropy and Heriot-Watt University won the Sustained Partnership Award at the 2016 Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards. Here, Soltropy founder Stuart Speake describes the journey from little acorns to mighty oaks.

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Fishbox workshop

Food Security at Stirling

20 October 2016

Providing enough safe and nutritious food for a globally expanding population in the light of climate change and limited resources is a serious challenge which needs to be addressed over the next few years. 

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Industry 4.0

Universities key to future-proofing industry

14 October 2016

We are surrounded by debate on Brexit and recognise that this will have an impact on all of our lives.  We are not though, in direct control of this outcome, and it may be some time before we have clarity. 

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Group photo of all the Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards winners

Everyone’s a winner!

06 October 2016

The Scottish Knowledge Exchange awards event on 21st February 2017 will recognise, reward and celebrate the achievements that are being made through business and academic collaborations – from social enterprises to technology led businesses, and from rural enterprises to multi-national companies.

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Rarebird designs

Rarebird takes flight after print collaboration

29 September 2016

This week to celebrate the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, we caught up with Paulette Brough, founder of Stornoway-based Harris Tweed accessory maker Rarebird, to hear more about her collaboration with Glasgow School of Art and the benefits it has brought to her business.

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Chalkboard

University plus business equals mutual success

22 September 2016

Dr Natalie Coull is one of a small group of academics at Abertay University which partnered with Droman Crime Solutions and Police Scotland to develop a “serious game” to help police tackle cybercrime. We decided to find out a bit more about Dr Coull, her inspirations and what she sees are the benefits of business-academic partnerships. 

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The Fishbox team

Wheel of fortune for recycling week

15 September 2016

As this is national Recycle Week, we decided to upcycle some of our blogs. Each month we ask a business Interface has connected with academic expertise a few questions about their company and what they achieved from working with academics.

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Potatoes

Biotech is transforming business

08 September 2016

Looking back to my student days of my undergraduate course in Industrial Biotechnology in Dublin City University, little did I know then that two decades later I would be writing a blog on the subject!

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Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk Food and Drink Scotland

Interface joins in fabulous food fortnight

01 September 2016

This Saturday brings Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight, a nationwide event which supports and promotes Scotland’s produce, and the people who grow, make, cook and sell it.

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