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Future Scotland

Olly Dmitriev: Scotland must help start-ups sail to success

MRC Technology is moving to Edinburgh BioQuarter from its current base at the city's Western General Hospital. Picture: Dan Phillips

New occupant for Edinburgh’s BioQuarter life sciences hub

Craneware chief Keith Neilson said the Edinburgh software firm has built up a 'healthy' sales pipeline. Picture: Neil Hanna

Edinburgh tech firm Craneware eyes healthy rise in earnings

CityFibre said most of Stirling's 3,000 businesses will benefit from its fourth 'gigabit city' project in Scotland. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Stirling in line for superfast broadband network


Strathclyde Uni chosen for high-tech farming initiative

Tech 1

Gmail users being tricked by sophisticated phishing scams


Scotland warned to embrace Fintech or risk consequences

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A gentle stroll may help to work off the pounds just as effectively as a strenuous workout in the gym or a long run. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Gentler exercise ‘can be just as effective’ as intense activity

David Pike and Karin Sode, a couple fed up with the performance of energy suppliers who are launching a crowdfunding campaign to start their own company. Picture; PA

Crowdfunded energy firm plans to take on the Big Six

Politics 3
Tom Rushe at work underground on the Shieldhall tunnel project in Glasgow. Picture: SNS

Glasgow digs deep with £100m Shieldhall tunnel project

Tech 3
Minister for higher education Shirley-Anne Somerville, pictured with Dr Peter Wahl, officially opened the lab at St Andrews University. Picture: Alan Richardson

St Andrews physicists create materials of future using MBE

Tech 1
Stephen Noble and Lindsey Carr of Equator with their boxed digital classroom

Digital classroom will help child refugees

Tech 1
Sir Bobby Charlton, founder of the Find A Better Way charity, visits a mine clearence 
site in Battambang in Cambodia. Picture: Dimas Ardian/Getty

Pioneering synthetic bone project will help landmine victims


Scots pupils are ‘first line of defence’ against cybercrime

Tech 2

Finding your Scottish ancestors online thanks to technology

Tech 1

Global accolade for Edinburgh’s ‘father of LiFi’


New Glasgow hospital leads the way for precision medicine

Tech 2
Podcasting has become popular with all ages as the technology required becomes cheaper and easier to use. Picture: JP Resell

From football to knitting: the rise of the Scottish podcast

Tech 1
Personal details of numerous Scots anti-fascist protestors have been shared online. Picture: Greg Macvean

Scots activist hits out at Google over ‘right to be forgotten’

Tech 6
Rsearch suggests girls at school look positively at digital technology subjects and careers.

Evelyn Walker: Tech full of opportunities for Scots women

Tech 1
The Edinburgh Remakery's computer expert Sotiris Katsimbas. Picture: Iain McLean

Scotland named one of world’s top ‘circular economy’ nations

News 5

Richard Dixon: Scotland could be a world leader on the environment

Opinion 24

Duncan Logan: The top tech trends to watch out for in 2017

Tech 1

Polly Purvis: Scotland’s tech sector is thinking bigger

Tech 1

Comment: Get learning environment right, then attainment will improve

Opinion 2