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How mobile phones could save lives in the developing world

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With around 150 companies and a combined turnover of �1 billion, Scotland already has a vibrant and growing data sciences sector. Picture: John Devlin

David Smith: More support for Scotland’s growing data sector

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David Ferguson, founder and CEO of Nucleus. Picture: Ditte Solgaard/First Light Photography

Nucleus boss in the running for DigiTech CEO award

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Craneware CEO and co-founder Keith Neilson. Picture: Neil Hanna

Edinburgh’s Craneware lands $5.2m US hospitals deal

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Digital strategy could lead to tech jobs boost in Scotland

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Jim Duffy: Do you want to be a zebra or a unicorn?

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Martin Flanagan: Dundee’s game for the digital challenge

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Dundee’s digital sector growth outpaces rest of UK

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It makes business sense for companies to invest in cyber security. Picture: David Moir

Mandy Haeburn-Little: Business needs cyber-security experts

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SMS chief executive Alan Foy said the Glasgow firm has enjoyed a 'strong start' to 2017. Picture: Contributed

Glasgow smart meters firm hails ‘transformation’

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Fewer girls choose to study STEM subjects than boys. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Rachel Barton: Digital disruption can close gender gap

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Maps reveal secrets of Scapa Flow shipwrecks

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WeatherEnergy says there were a few 100 per cent wind power days in Scotland last month. Picture: John Devlin

Wind turbines ‘provided two thirds of Scots energy needs’

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Brexit could be hurdle to Scots FinTech firms’ expansion

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Battery technology firm Dukosi receives £2m boost

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Emojis help Highlanders find council services online

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VisitScotland launches virtual reality tours of Scots landmarks

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Nuria Oliver, head of research in data science at Vodafone, addresses the inaugural Data Summit at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh. Picture: Simon Williams

How mobile phones could save lives in the developing world

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With around 150 companies and a combined turnover of �1 billion, Scotland already has a vibrant and growing data sciences sector. Picture: John Devlin

David Smith: More support for Scotland’s growing data sector

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Skyscanner is a Scottish digital tech success story. The number of jobs in the wider sector could rise to 150,000 by 2021. Picture: Contributed

Digital strategy could lead to tech jobs boost in Scotland

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Companies in every sector rely on data to sell their products and services. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Hugh Aitken: EU data transfer deal crucial to Scots businesses

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Rise of live streaming poses questions for Scottish theatre

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Dundee scientists use ‘kiss of death’ to target disease

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Berlin U-Bahn on track for Aberdeenshire illustrator’s work

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Will more clubs follow Celtic and introduce safe standing?

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