The current coronavirus crisis has rapidly changed the way the majority of us live and work, no more so than in the health and social care sector. Shielding and social distancing is throwing up huge challenges in an industry where human interaction is key.
As a result of this pandemic, solutions are having to be conceived and implemented quickly and the role technology can play in this has really come into its own.Read More
10 June 2015
Scotland is renowned for its rich and diverse larder – and 2015 is shining a spotlight on the industry with the Year of Food and Drink. Innovation is crucial to the future success of the food and drink industry, not only to improve all aspects of the supply chain, but also to remain as competitive as possible on a global level.Read More
08 June 2015
The DHI is pleased to launch the fifth ‘Call for Innovation Proposals’.
This call seeks innovative projects and technologies to support the redesign of Outpatient Services, focusing on improving the patient experience through enhanced logistics, communication and joint care planning.Read More
28 May 2015
New legal templates to streamline the process of businesses working with universities are to be rolled out across Scotland.
Scotland’s 19 universities have agreed to use the new legal documents, which have been developed by Universities Scotland and Interface, for projects funded through the Scottish Funding Council’s Innovation Vouchers Scheme.Read More
17 April 2015
Scotland’s universities have a wealth of expertise that can help companies with new product processes and development. However, it is not just expertise and know-how services that companies can engage with and access, there is also a vast range of equipment and technologies which can support industry.Read More
16 April 2015
Proof that business/university collaborations are productive has been shown by the fact that in the four regions of Scotland - Perthshire, Tayside, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway - covered by two Interface Business Engagement executives, funded by Scottish Enterprise, who work with companies to enable access to university resources, 62 collaborative projects have been established in the pRead More
15 April 2015
Venison has grown significantly in popularity as a meat product in the last five years. Yet, many British supermarkets are stocked with imported rather than local, UK produced venison.Read More
10 April 2015
Carol-Ann joined Interface on 30th March this year as a Business Engagement Executive. She will be part of a small team based in our Inverness office, covering the Highlands and Islands region.Read More