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29 March 2017

University of Glasgow Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) officially opened

ICE brings together world-leading research, cutting edge technology and international business investment under one roof and will act as a hub for translating science into economic and patient benefits for Glasgow, Scotland and the UK.

28 March 2017

Scottish digital techonology industry enjoyed sustained growth in 2016

Scotland's digital technology industry enjoyed "sustained growth" in 2016 and is optimistic for the future, a survey has found.

26 March 2017

Scotland is buzzing when it comes to start-up companies.

Nationally, not only is the start-up rate growing, but business survival rates are better, and a significant and increasing proportion of start-ups are tech or digital companies.

9 March 2017

Save the date for Venturefest Scotland 2017

Venturefest Scotland is a national business innovation summit designed to help high-growth SMEs and ambitious early-stage companies to grow through innovation.

20 February 2017

TEDxGlasgow first ever Award open for applications NOW

TEDxGlasgow are really excited to see what big ideas are submitted for their Award.

24 January 2017

Glasgow digital agency fatBuzz supporting new free marketing academy for graduates

The course, run by Klozers, is completely free for graduates, and lasts 12 months.

20 January 2017

VR could change the face of E-commerce.

VR and AR could reach a market value of $150 billion by 2020 says report.

19 January 2017

The rise and rise of Enterprise Screen

Jamie Smith has grown Enterprise Screen from a Glasgow office to a global business.

13 January 2017

Samsung on the hunt for new startups

The Samsung NEXT Fund is seeking the next big thing

13 January 2017

“Dating app for employers” launched

Hiire pairs candidates to jobs like a dating service.