A £74m investment for a new agritech hub will improve the efficiency and output of agricultural applications, and enhance worldwide food security.
The University of Edinburgh is driving data-driven entrepreneurship as part of the fight back against COVID-19 with a publicly funded programme of business-boosting activities.
Twelve aspirational female company founders, including two Roslin Innovation Centre tenants, have been shortlisted as finalists in the AccelerateHER Awards 2021.
In response to a growing trend in the sustainability and climate change space, Converge announce the launch of a brand-new prize – the Converge Net Zero Award.
A tool to help farmers make better decisions about what to feed their livestock has generated a wealth of open-access data.
The Digitech Work Placement managed by The DataLab gives early stage businesses access to a digitech PhD student for 10 days to work on an innovative research project of their choosing, harnessing the power of AI and data analytics.
Can Do Collective spoke with John Mackenzie, CEO, Roslin Innovation Centre to find out more about why the collective impact was so important for the success of FAST, an ambitious programme creating the first venture studio in Scotland.
Gene-editing approach transfers beneficial genes between breeds to produce offspring with useful characteristics.
Converge 2021 is open for applications and the race is on to find Scotland’s next generation of academic trailblazers.
Agri-food biotechnology start-up, Beta Bugs, launches a new insect breeding facility on Easter Bush Campus and creates five new jobs.