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
26 March 2015
Earlier this month the Scottish Government launched their new economic strategy which sets out an overarching framework for how the Government aims to increase competitiveness across Scotland; including areas such as education and business; and to tackle inequality in Scotland, ensuring all elements of society are treated fairly and equally.Read More
09 March 2015
Local Tech Company Cobra simulation benefits from business students’ expertise thanks to Interface and the University Of Edinburgh Business School.Read More
26 February 2015
Lack of finance is often cited by businesses as one of the main reasons new ideas do not progress beyond the boardroom.
However, more funding options for business-academic partnerships are available than ever before, opening the door to different ways of working with academia.Read More
20 February 2015
Thanks to Innovation Voucher funding Joe Lights have been able to work with Glasgow Caledonian University to develop and test a retinal sleep lamp that will reduce the need for laser treatment or surgery for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy.Read More
05 February 2015
More than 40 oil and gas businesses have signed up to attend the first event to be staged by the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) and Interface, the knowledge connection for business, in Aberdeen.
The wide range of government funding and tax relief potential available to support technology innovation in the oil and gas sector will be the focus for the fully-subscribed OGIC seminar in Aberdeen in late February.Read More