TECHNOLOGY

City of Glasgow College Named Scottish Innovation Institute

Innovation is considered to be the engine for business and regional growth. It is the key to improved productivity, market

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Nova Innovation leads flagship €20 million European tidal energy project

Scotland-based tidal energy leader Nova Innovation has won a major new European tidal energy project, heading a consortium of nine

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This robot can print a house in just 24 hours

House-building can be an irritatingly slow process. In the US it takes six months on average to construct a home.

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SpaceX Inmarsat-5 Flight 4 from historic Launch Complex 39A

SpaceX is targeting launch of Inmarsat-5 Flight 4 from historic Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in

Update on cyber attack's in Scotland

Impact in Scotland.

There have been no further reported problems with NHS systems in Scotland following the global cyber-attack, Health Secretary

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Planned five-seater jet

German company Lilium has successfully tested a VTOL jet that could be used as a city taxi

Munich-based Lilium said the

Tidal turbine hits peak power

The world’s most powerful tidal turbine, developed and manufactured by Scottish engineering company Scotrenewables Tidal Power Limited, has reached full

Beatrice Offshore Windfarm

April saw the Beatrice project begin offshore construction in the Outer Moray Firth. A Seaway Heavy Lifting construction vessel moved

1bn solar farm and battery project

South Australia’s Lyon Group is developing one of the world’s most advanced combined solar and battery storage plant in the Riverland

Trì Floating Wind Demonstration Project

Pioneering technology to power almost 60,000 homes.

A floating demonstration wind farm has today been granted planning consent by Scottish

Tech will transform Scotland’s banking sector

Clydesdale Bank introduced adding machines in 1899, Bank of Scotland installed a centralised accounting computer in 1959, and James Goodfellow