University Of Strathclyde

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Rostra Therapeutics, a life sciences company spinning out of the University of Strathclyde, has secured £80,000 in grant funding after winning the 2022 Scottish EDGE pitch competition for businesses. Hundreds of high calibre applications were received by Scottish EDGE, the UK’s biggest f

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The co-founders of tech firms Freeagent and Made.com will share their secrets of success at an entrepreneurs’ investment summit being held in Glasgow next month. Ed Molyneux, who was the CEO of accounting software firm Freeagent, and Julien Callede, the former COO of online furniture retailer

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The University of Strathclyde has appointed Mairi Spowage as Professor of Practice and director of its prestigious Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI). Professor Spowage takes up the role after being acting director for the last year.

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Scottish business sentiment remained positive in the fourth quarter of 2021, but the rising cost of energy impacts prospects for 2022 and operates as a drag on the outlook for economic growth, despite the easing of pandemic restrictions, according to the results of the latest Addleshaw Goddard Scott

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Glasgow-based business angel syndicate Gabriel Investments is searching for more investors after switching from university ownership to being led and owned by its members. Established in 2012, the syndicate has been boosted by support from the University of Strathclyde through its start-up incubator

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As restrictions start to ease and the wider economy re-opens across Scotland, a major survey published today by Addleshaw Goddard, highlights that business sentiment has improved since the last quarter of 2020. The latest Addleshaw Goddard Business Monitor report – produced in partnership with

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Glasgow-based ClinSpec Diagnostics Limited (ClinSpec Dx) has reached its round two funding target of £3.5 million by securing an additional investment of £1.1m. The firm which develops liquid biopsies for early detection of cancer has secured the £1.1m investment from Norcliffe Cap

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The use of technology and the adoption of digital innovation within Scottish businesses has accelerated at an extraordinary level in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report by Addleshaw Goddard in partnership with the University of Strathclyde’s Fraser of Allander Institut

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