Tuesday, June 22, 2021
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Scotland’s first “Spot” robot set to save lives, cut CO2 and support construction

A ROBOT made famous by dancing on YouTube is set to help save lives and cut carbon dioxide emissions.The robot will be supporting research at the National Robotarium, based at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.The...
wind turbines| Research News Uk

Scottish University receives funding for energy transition research

ABERDEEN university have received funding that will allow them to better teach in areas including hydrogen, biomass, solar and wind energy.The £240,000 funding secured by the School of Engineering through the University’s Development Trust,...
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Is SEO a Shrewd Investment?

SEO is an abbreviation for search engine optimization, which in layman's terms can be defined as: ranking a website in Google. Once a website is ranked in Google and generates significant volumes of traffic, it...
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An energy company has embraced social media and abandoned email

WITH employers poised to re-open offices, many aspects of the nine-to-five will likely become relics of pre-Covid working life. For energy retailer Love Energy Savings, one of the key differences between office life now and...

Rocket Firm All Systems Go Following Government Legislation

Signalling the go-ahead for three vertical spaceports will unlock a huge economic boost for the UK and its plans to lead the global space race, the boss of a Scottish rocket launch company has...
Kettle - Business News Scotland

Student hopes his design is everybody’s cup of tea

PEOPLE are now inviting their loved ones inside their homes for tea or coffee, a university student has designed products to make this easier for those who might struggle.Product Design student Nick Fitzpatrick has...
Phones - Research News Scotland

Charging phones is equal to “2,888,687 cows living in Australia”

NEW research from Australia reveals that the carbon footprint of charging all the phones in the world is equivalent to nearly two billion passengers travelling on a bullet train in Japan.By assuming that all...

UK charity’s breakthrough learning platform for African paediatric surgery launched

A UNIQUE charity is transforming the training of children's surgery in Africa through a major new learning platform, launching throughout much of the continent next week.Created by more than 70 African surgeons, the Kids...
Assisted living lab - Research News Scotland

Robotics to “tackle multiple care and assisted living challenges?”

A week-long collaborative robotics and social care event has brought together innovators, the event was supported by the world’s first example of an open assisted living laboratory. The event was organised by The National Robotium,...
Landline - Research News Scotland

Landlines could disappear from UK homes by 2067 according to new research

NEW analysis of landline data has revealed home phones will have disappeared from UK households by 2067.Despite many home phone providers reporting a sharp rise in calls during the coronavirus crisis, nearly half of...
Green chart - Research News Scotland

Glasgow is willing to pay the more than the rest of the UK to...

NOTTINGHAM has the UK’s highest take-up of green tariffs, with nearly half of households on an eco-friendly deal, according to new research.According to the study by Uswitch.com, a third of all UK households currently...

Energy firm confirms highest trainee recruitment drive in five years

A SCOTTISH energy firm announced its highest trainee recruitment drive on May 14, 2021 since 2016.ScottishPower welcomed COP26 President Alok Sharma to the UK’s largest onshore wind farm on the outskirts of Glasgow. Today’s announcement...
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The Efficient Use of Automated Printing Machines in Printing Industries

In the printing industry, there are massive ranges of high-quality and latest technology printers which are using for different purposes. Each and every segment has some different queries and concepts to use printers to...
cyber attacks on voluntary organisations are on the rise| Business news Scotland

Scottish charity sector to receive help with cyber attacks

WITH cyber attacks on the voluntary sector increasing, the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) is hoping to strengthen its response to these crimes.The SBRC have appointed Alison Stone as Cyber Resilience Co-ordinator for the...
Leanne Rae - Health News Scotland

Recruitment partnership leads to over 100 new recruits for firm in Q1 of 2021

A GLASGOW based firm has reported over 100 new recruits joining its ranks in the first quarter of 2021 thanks to a partnership with a recruitment firm.Pastdue Credit Solutions reported 110 new starts...
Vue Cinema - Business News Scotland

Major cinema chain reveals it will reopen in 12 days

TODAY, a major cinema chain has announced the reopening of all its Scottish venues, with tickets available to pre-book now.From Monday, May 17, film fans can look forward to all of Vue’s Scottish venues...
Keith Davidson, Partner, SEP - Business News Scotland

Scottish equity firm announce $25m investment in technology company

A SCOTTISH equity business has invested $25m (£17,959,125) worth of growth investment in a software firm.Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) have announced their latest investments in Basis Technologies a provider of DevOps and test...

End of the Line? Five million households no longer use their home phone

LANDLINE telephones are "in terminal decline" according to new research which shows four million UK homes hung up their handsets in the past 20 years.The research has shown that in 2019 every household spent...
Professor John Travers, Heriot-Watt University uses a laser in the lab. Credit_ Heriot-Watt University - Research News Scotland

Research partnership aims to commercialise advanced laser technology

A NEW research partnership could see the advancement of laser technologies that may lead to the improvement of electronic and healthcare equipment.Academics from Heriot-Watt University are partnering with ASML, a major international supplier to...
A picture of subsea technology - Technology News Scotland

Coalition of energy companies invest £1.6 million into demonstrating wave power

A COALITION of energy companies have formed to fund the demonstration of a wave powered renewable energy system for running subsea equipment.Mocean Energy, EC-OG, Chrysaor, Modus, OGTC and Baker Hughes have invested £1.6 million...
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