Glasgow has been chosen as the host city for the 2024 International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation European Division Event which will be held at the University of Strathclyde.
More than 300 delegates attended the event on 19 April, organised by Glasgow City Innovation District, and held in the Technology & Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde.
Scottish Games Week (SGW23), the celebration of games creativity, is returning to Scotland in 2023 with a programme of events taking place across the country from October 30th - November 3rd.
Today’s announcement by the UK Government Department for Science, Innovation and Technology confirms Glasgow’s share of £100 million Levelling Up funding for 11 ambitious local projects to further accelerate the Region’s booming innovation economy.
Glasgow City Innovation District becomes a founding member of a new Innovation Districts Alliance created by the International Association of Science Parks and Innovation Areas (IASP)
Morgan Stanley seeks cohort of 10 start-ups to invest in and provide strategic advice as part of effort to close a funding gap to diverse business founders.
Bruntwood SciTech and Legal & General and Bruntwood JV has reported its best results to date.
A University of Strathclyde-led collaboration to deliver a 100% renewable climate neutral and resilient Innovation District in Glasgow city centre has been awarded an Uncommon Collaboration grant worth more than £80,000 from Dalberg Catalyst.
Ten entries from the University of Strathclyde have been shortlisted for Converge, Scotland’s largest company creation and enterprise programme for the university sector.
The inaugural Glasgow Tech Fest, held in the city’s Innovation District (GCID), saw a stimulating exchange of ideas designed to accelerate the growth of the sector and to nurture its ecosystem.
Glasgow City Innovation District (GCID) will play host to its first Glasgow Tech Fest on Tuesday 26 April, aimed at supporting technology companies, entrepreneurs and the tech ecosystem in the city to flourish.
Telefónica Tech has signed and completed the acquisition of UK based Incremental, one of the fastest-growing Microsoft partners in the UK, for up to £175 million.
The societal and digital disruption brought about by COVID-19 has changed the way we work. Enterprises are having to reassess how they can develop, hire and invest in talent in their workforce as we move into 2022. Discover how District-based The Data Lab is helping develop a new internal talent marketplace with Gigged.AI.
The University of Strathclyde is to lead two international quantum technology networks, following successful bids for funding.
More than 70% of Britons believe it is easy to start a business in the UK, but less than one in ten has any intention of doing so, a global entrepreneurship survey has found.
Congratulations to Dr Liz Cameron who was awarded the Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen's New Year Honours List.
Congratulations to Professor Eleanor Shaw and Professor Zoe Shipton who have been awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's New Year Honours List.
Lupovis, a University of Strathclyde cyber security spin-out, has secured a pre-seed investment of more than £615,000 from a syndicate co-led by Techstart Ventures.
The University of Strathclyde-based Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics (CAP) is to receive £6.5m over the next five years from the Scottish Government.
University receives highest national honour for Higher Education for contribution to Advanced Manufacturing.
The University of Strathclyde has launched the Glasgow Space Enterprise Lab (SEL) in partnership with the Satellite Applications Catapult.
AGS Airports, Katrick Technologies and the University of Strathclyde form wind energy consortium to advance transition to net zero.
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Former US President Barack Obama visited the University of Strathclyde to join a roundtable discussion with young leaders attending COP26.
The University of Strathclyde has appointed Gillian Docherty OBE as its new Chief Commercial Officer.
City of Glasgow College’s International Maritime Hub has officially been launched by First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon MSP at the college’s Riverside campus, overlooking the River Clyde.
District-based arbnco has been selected as the only UK representative for MEZeroE and have been awarded £300,000 to trail a new digital air quality platform.
The Garment Factory based Incremental Group have made their second acquisition of the year with Adatis. This Microsoft gold data analytics business will deepen Incremental's end-to-end digital transformation capabilities.
University of Strathclyde alumni, Dr Charles Huang, has made an unprecedented donation of £50M to the University, given in memory of Professor Stephen Young.
The Drum Property Group have started preparatory work on the £300 million transformation of Candleriggs Square that will see the development of a new 500-bedroom hotel.
The Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre and Glasgow Warriors are giving innovators the chance to showcase their winning idea at Dubai Expo 2020.
In 2020, a quarter of a million people in Scotland set up or ran a new business, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Great news for the University of Strathclyde spin-out, Smarter Grid Solutions, who have been acquired by Toyoko based Mitsubishi Electric. The company provides software connection renewable energy resources to the electricity grid.
This year's UN Climate Change Conference of Youth (COY16) will be hosted at the University of Strathclyde. COY16 is designed to help prepare young people for their participation in COP26 and ensure that the voice of youth is heard.
Major law firm Shoosmith has located to the innovation district as part of the firms further expansion into Scotland.
Glasgow City Council has become the first local authority to commit to creating opportunities for young citizens. This initiative aims to give all young people aged 16 to 24 the chance to succeed despite the impacts of COVID-19.
Glasgow Chamber of Commerce is piloting a new initiative through Circular Glasgow to highlight and encourage hospitality businesses to act on the global issue of food waste and its impact on climate change in the run-up to COP26
Scottish Enterprise has developed a new tool to make it easier for you to explore UK and international funding opportunities to help businesses looking for support with innovative or R&D projects.