Scotland’s Life Sciences Dinner and Annual Awards | Blog
Scotland’s vibrant life sciences industry contributes more than £3 billion a year to the Scottish economy and is globally recognised for its impact and high levels of innovation.
Scotland, lifesciences, event, awards, business
157
blog,cookies-not-set,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode-theme-ver-17.2,qode-theme-bridge,qode_header_in_grid,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.6,vc_responsive

Harper VanSteenhouse, General Manager, BioClavis BioClavis –and sister company BioSpyder-- was first attracted to setting up in Glasgow because of the scale and quality of clinical expertise and samples that we would be able to access. So we set up in the University of Glasgow’s Clinical...

What are the exciting opportunities for machine learning in health?  James Cameron, Head of Health and Life Sciences at Highlands and Islands Enterprise, blogs about a new project that opens up possibilities in early bowel cancer diagnosis.  Much has been said and written about the need...

Roslin BioCentre was originally established in 1999 to provide quality accommodation and support facilities for the commercialisation of science from the world-renowned Roslin Institute and other academic spin-outs. Located on a 36-acre site in Midlothian, the science park benefitted from recognition as the birthplace of Dolly the sheep, the...