Saturday, September 18, 2021
Edinburgh Science Festival - Entertainment News Scotland

Science Festival turns Edinburgh into a science playground this summer

A SCIENCE Festival is currently underway, presenting over 200 digital and in-person events for sci-curious minds of all ages.The Edinburgh Science Festival has the theme of One World: Science Connects Us and Cirrus Logic as...
Mr Myles and Mr Thomas - Business News Scotland

New deal sees 22-year-old’s company become one of Scotland’s IT leaders

A SCOTTISH entrepreneur who became the CEO of an IT company at 19 after the tragic passing of his father has secured a major IT business deal.Chris Thomas, 22, CEO of incovo has secured...
Bridge - Scottish News

Iconic Scottish bridge enters “the digital era”

A SCOTTISH bridge is set for a new lease of life carrying ultrafast internet traffic for the historic town which lies in its shadow. On Wednesday, engineers are set to use a giant air compressor...
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Scots video games studios come together to support future talent

Two of Dundee’s biggest video games studios have joined forces to sponsor the next generation of games talent.Ninja Kiwi Europe and Outplay Entertainment have each contributed £2,500 to support the Abertay Digital Graduate Show (ADGS).The event...
A Rolex Explorer which sold for £34,452 - Business News UK

Rolex created after first ever Mount Everest climb fetches over £34,000 at auction

A SPECIAL Rolex has fetched an eye watering £34,452 at auction this year after a bidder managed to get their hands on the luxurious time piece.The watch, a Rolex Explorer was created after the...
comet - Research News Scotland

Comet strike may have sparked key shift in human civilisation

A CLUSTER of comet fragments believed to have hit Earth nearly 13,000 years ago may have shaped the origins of human civilisation, research suggests.Possibly the most devastating cosmic impact since the extinction of the dinosaurs...
EU - Scottish News

Roaming charges reintroduced for Brits in the EU.

BRITISH people will now face data roaming charges when visiting the EU after the charges were scrapped 4 years ago.Roaming charges have been reintoduced for British tourists who will be charged £3.50 for each...
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...
McGill's new green busses - Business News Scotland

£17.5m invested in greener busses for Glasgow and Dundee

A MULTI-MILLION pound investment has been made in all-electric busses in Scotland by a transport firm.A total of 35 busses have been ordered by coach firm McGill's with 23 comprising of fully electric single...

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...
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Higher education firm announces new £10,000 “Net Zero Award”

A NEW environmentally friendly aimed award worth £10,000 has just been launched to help turn a global challenge into an opportunity to "reinvent our future."The "Net Zero Award" has been set up by Converge...
A picture of an iphone Screen - Coronavirus News Scotland

Scottish University researchers develop COVID-19 help app for refugees

A SCOTTISH university has developed a mobile phone app to help refugees communities stay safe from COVID-19.Researchers from Heriot-Watt University have developed an app that provides information about how to prevent contracting  COVID-19 as...

Scottish scientists hope to push boundaries of technology following £320,000 research grant

Scottish scientists have received prestigious new research grants that could open up new technologies.The researchers at Aberdeen University will use the cash to push the boundaries of quantum computing and LCD displays.The Engineering and...
Claire Gillespie, chair SAG, Scotland 5G Centre - Business News Scotland

Scotland 5G Centre recruits “big hitters” to ensure Scotland meets its 5G ambitions

A NEW Strategy Advisory Group has been created to help support the Scottish Government's for Scotland's 5G rollout.The Scotland 5G centre's newly created group will be chaired by Claire Gillespie, Digital Technologies Sector Skills...

‘UK has to stay ahead of the curve’ in global space race

One of the nation’s biggest rocket companies has urged the UK to continue investing in its space capabilities in order to establish itself as a bona fide space nation.Volodymyr Levykin of Edinburgh-based Skyrora, believes...
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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...
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...
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...
A set of jump leads - Technology News Scotland

Motorists urged to jumpstart their cars safely after lockdown inactivity

A ROAD safety charity has issued advice as to how to jump start your car as many vehicles will have lost charge from remaining stationary in lockdown.IAM RoadSmart have given advice to motorists after...
robot - Scottish News

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...
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