The challenge of increasing productivity whilst reducing environmental impact requires innovation across the sector. Beta Bugs, a new Roslin Innovation Centre tenant, has been on selected to participate in the second KTN Agri-Tech Investment Investment Showcase Programme 2018.
Twenty of Scotland’s most talented entrepreneurs eager to start up their business right here in Scotland are announced as the inaugural RSE Unlocking Ambition Enterprise Fellows. They are the employers of tomorrow, innovating for the future and complete the 40 entrepreneurs participating in the Unlocking Ambition Challenge as announced by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Scottish universities are to receive a £11.6m funding boost to help them compete for research projects together with industry partners.
Synpromics, the leader in gene control, is delighted to announce that David Venables, CEO of the Company, has won the ‘Disruptor’ category of Scotland’s EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018.
Scientists have produced pigs that can resist one of the world's most costly animal diseases, by changing their genetic code.
The report highlights that there is great potential for food produced from livestock to contribute to better health in low-income populations.
Inventive products and services pioneered by students, staff and recent graduates have been showcased at the University's annual innovation awards.
A flagship strategy for helping to end hunger while protecting biodiversity is having limited success in low and middle-income countries, a study has found.
A new scoping study that will drive the future direction of genetic improvement in the British sheep industry has been announced.
The exhibit "CARNEVALE" by artist Andrea Roe, which explores pigs' enthusiasm for investigative play, is at The Roslin Institute until the end of June.