New research by Scottish institutions ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and the University of Glasgow’s Adam Smith Business School highlights a shortfall in the disclosure of research and development (R&D) spending by over half (53%) of surveyed organisations. Despite f
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Senior leaders across Scotland’s private, public, academic and third sectors gathered at the University of Glasgow yesterday to discuss and commit to practical actions their sectors and organisations can take to contribute to sustainable, inclusive economic growth. Hosted by Deloitte and suppo
Academics behind a new video games ecosystem project have given recommendations about how to address challenges holding back the Scottish videogame industry. The project, a joint endeavour between academics from the University of Glasgow and the University of Stirling, is aiming to create more succe
Edinburgh-based investment syndicate Archangels has generated up to £1.4 billion Gross Value Added (GVA) for the Scottish economy from its investments in the life sciences and tech sectors. The analysis, conducted by the University of Glasgow’s Adam Smith Business School, found that the
A University of Glasgow spinout which aims to create more effective methods of treating lung diseases has secured a £1m grant from Innovate UK.The award will help the Acu-Flow team and their research partners advance the development of their nebuliser technology, which uses an innovative surfa
A testbed mobile network, developed at the University of Glasgow with £1.6 million of funding from the Scotland 5G Centre, is creating a new ‘super immersive’ learning experience which is attracting worldwide attention as a game changer for the industry.
Scottish businesses have been awarded a total of £1 million at the Scottish Edge Awards finals. Scottish Edge is the UK's largest funding competition for small businesses and provides a support package to companies' which includes mentoring and advice on obtaining alternative finance.
The University of Glasgow has agreed to pay back £20 million after revelations that it benefited from the slave trade.