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Future Scotland

Edinburgh IT firm FarrPoint marks tenth year with London base


10 years on: How the iPhone changed the world

Sir Sandy Crombie, left, with Amiqus CEO Callum Murray. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Former Standard Life boss Sir Sandy Crombie takes tech role

Tech 1
ShareIn co-founders Andrew Pickett and Jude Cook. Picture: Chris Watt

Fintech outfit ShareIn sets sights on European expansion


What will the ATMs of the near future look like?


Highlands medical tech specialist expands with cash injection

Tech 1

Funding boost for Fife laser tech outfit PowerPhotonic


YouTube stars help Minecraft team top out Dundee business hub

Picture: PA

Facebook Live: What skills do I need to future-proof my career?

Epidemic of addictive cannabinoid Spice, sweeping the US.

University of Dundee to fight epidemic of addictive drugs

Tech 4
Ultrafast broadband uses full-fibre cables, which allow for greatly increased download speeds compared to copper cables. Picture: PA

Highlanders dig in to bring broadband to their rural homes

Tech 3
Eoovi says its system can reduce download times by 80%. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Video start-up Eoovi aims to ‘revolutionise internet’

Tech 2
Nicola Sturgeon visits Clyde Space, Scotlands first micro satellite company. Glasgow is the hub of the country's growing space sector. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Scotland’s space sector lifts off thanks to funding boost

Tech 2

CodeClan hopes more employers will link with digital academy


Brexit could be hurdle to Scots FinTech firms’ expansion

Tech 12

Interview: Limmy reveals how coding skills made him famous

Tech 2

Edinburgh science festival looks forward to 30th birthday

Tech 3
Scotland's first full-scale indoor vertical farm is being built at the James Hutton Institute near Dundee

Scotland’s first indoor vertical farm to start up in autumn

Tech 3
Fifers will see two specially adapted dual-fuel bin lorries come into service as part of an innovative new green energy project based at Methil docks

Pioneering green energy project switches on at Methill docks

Environment 1
This artist's impression shows how the CityTree will look when it is installed in Killermont Street this week.

Living sculptures to tackle toxic fumes in Glasgow city centre

Environment 13
Research on students playing video games suggests they may help with a range of skills useful in the workplace.

Video games may boost brain power and job prospects

Tech 1

Wind power provided 95 per cent of Scottish homes’ energy needs in May

Environment 9

Video: Medieval Edinburgh brought to life by VR app

News 5

Martyn McLaughlin: Facebook must lift the veil over its censorship policies


‘Floating islands’ set to save rare duck at Highland lochs