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Heriot-Watt University appoints new business development chief

Heriot-Watt University has today announced the appointment of Scott Bradley as head of business development and innovation partnerships. This new role will drive business engagement and...

Private investment funds uncovered by Scottish Enterprise

SCOTTISH Enterprise (SE) has unlocked more than £2bn of private sector investment in early-stage companies operating in Scotland. Since its co-investment activities began in 2003, the...

City of Discovery crowned the best Scottish destination for graduates

DUNDEE has been named as the top destination in Scotland for graduates, a new survey has revealed. Despite the city's notorious drug death problems - it...

Charity walker raising money for Breast Cancer set to arrive in Scotland

BEN Chapman, raised in Derbyshire, set off on a challenge to walk the length of the UK in the hope of raising £10,000 for Prevent...

Scottish school kids are soaring to new heights in the world of work

A NEW interactive careers experience allows Scotland’s school pupils to fly drones and learn about careers in construction. Pupils in a South Lanarkshire school were among...

Scottish organisations team up to drive seafood tourism

SEAFOOD Scotland and VisitScotland have launched a six-week mentoring programme to inspire and cultivate the growth of tourism across the country. The series of webinars is...

Scottish housing group welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

THE DUKE and Duchess of Cambridge visited a Glasgow community to see how Wheatley Group is transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people and families. Their...

Scottish lawyer joins new body to improve standard of debate in UK

ELAINE Motion, one of Scotland’s leading constitutional lawyers, has joined a new body designed to raise the standard of democratic debate in the United Kingdom. The...

Two hotels at the heart of the island’s social life for sale in Orkney with £1.3m price tag

THE HISTORIC islands of Orkney have consistently been crowned Scotland’s best place to live in recent years, and now a rare opportunity has arisen to...

Scouts Scotland announce winning design for new human rights badge

A BRAND new human rights badge for Cubs and Scouts to complete has been unveiled by the Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland and Scouts...

Highland Beer, Gin & Whisky Festival to kick off for charity

THE INAUGURAL Highland Beer, Gin & Whisky Festival is set to take place in Inverness over the Platinum Jubilee weekend, June 3 - 5, 2022,...

Scottish research centre receives £5m award

THE UNIVERSITY of Dundee’s Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research (WCAIR) has received more than £5m from the Wellcome Trust. This will aid the advancement in its...

New study reveals the reading habits of Scottish pupils

ACCORDING to the annual ‘What Kids Are Reading” Report, children in Scotland read more books in the past year and comprehension levels remain high. The report...

Scottish businesses to become more environmentally competitive 

SCOTTISH Enterprise (SE) and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) have teamed up to help Scottish companies calculate the carbon savings of their innovative new products...

Edinburgh Science Festival celebrates Earth Day

EDINBURGH Science Festival enters its final weekend this Friday with a host of exciting events coinciding with Earth Day 2022 and highlighting the climate emergency. Edinburgh...

Leith-based social enterprise wins award for sustainability

THE EDINBURGH Remakery, an environmental social enterprise, has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. The social enterprise, based in Ocean Terminal, Leith has been recognised for...

Loch Lomond Whiskies unveils new packaging

INDEPENDENT distiller Loch Lomond Whiskies has unveiled a new design for its packaging as part of further investment into the brand. The refresh marks the next...

NHS Golden Jubilee hunt for new Non-executive member

NHS GOLDEN Jubilee are looking for a Non-executive member to join their board and steer the future organisational strategy of their healthcare organisation. The NHS Golden...

Ukrainian students in Scotland to be offered free tuition

DISPLACED Ukrainian students settling in Scotland will be given access to free tuition and living cost support, subject to parliamentary approval. Under new proposals from the...

Royal Highland Show to be livestreamed for 200th anniversary

THE ROYAL Highland Show is set to mark its 200th anniversary with the event being livestreamed across the globe. Organisers have secured £200,000 of funding from...

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