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Celestia UK

Celestia UK was referred to Interface by Scottish Development International as it was seeking specialist facilities within Scottish Universities. Interface successfully matched them to Heriot-Watt University and a strong potential for synergy quickly developed.

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Touchless Innovation Ltd

Touchless Innovation, trading as Sanodaf, is a company that specialises in advanced disinfection and decontamination technology.  The company was connected by Interface to Edinburgh Napier University to test a novel prototype of an easy-to-understand and cost-effective hand-hygiene device and demonstrate the intended claim that it kills 99.9% of MRSA after a short exposure on the hands and that it was also safe for human exposure.  

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Tweeddale Youth Action

Tweeddale Youth Action collaborated with the Adam Business School at the University of Glasgow to get support with developing a business strategy.

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c-monsta

Mark Yeadon, founding Director of c-monsta, collaborated with the Glasgow School of Art to develop an early-stage prototype of a wetsuit dryer.

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Scottish Ballet

A collaborative project between Scottish Ballet and the Institute for Sport, Physical Education and Health Sciences at the University of Edinburgh proposed that existing practices within Scottish Ballet would benefit from tailoring new ‘cutting edge’ evidence-based approaches, recently applied in other domains (i.e., golf and weightlifting), to enhance training outcomes, reducing career-threatening injuries.

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Outer Hebrides Tourism Community Interest Company

Outer Hebrides Tourism Community Interest Company

Outer Hebrides Tourism collaborated with the University of Glasgow as part of the Adopt a Business scheme; a new initiative aimed at boosting the sector’s recovery from COVID-19 by connecting tourism businesses to university academics and students; helping businesses to diversify and adapt to the new environment.​

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Seaboard Memorial Hall

Seaboard Memorial Hall

Seaboard Memorial Hall collaborated with the University of St Andrews to develop a workforce plan for a new Heritage Community Centre based on the collection of paintings and memorabilia of John Paterson; identifying the new skills and expertise that would be required for a successful and sustainable operation.

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Sustainable Thinking Scotland Community Interest Company

Sustainable Thinking Scotland Community Interest Company collaborated with both the University of the Highlands and Islands and the University of Strathclyde to advance their production of biochar whilst also ensuring effective regulatory standards were put in place governing its manufacturing and subsequent use.

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Scottish Counselling Services Ltd

Scottish Counselling Services Ltd collaborated with the University of Aberdeen's School of Computing Science to create Session on Demand; a product developed from an original idea of how to build an app for organising/booking consultations with counsellors.

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Yoti Ltd

Yoti Ltd collaborated with GeneMe and Robert Gordon University on the production of a COVID Testing Cube. The project was funded by a Scottish Funding Council Advanced Innovation Voucher. 

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Loch Electronics Ltd

In partnership with Robert Gordon University, Loch Electronics Ltd has designed a compact, low-energy dishwasher that also includes sanitisation and disinfection functions for protection against COVID-19 for items that would normally get damaged by water. 

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