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Muscatelli Report published
Universities’ role in driving innovation in Scotland.
Twelve shades of Green
Awards put spotlight on the inspiring sustainability work taking place in colleges and universities.
£65m NMIS plans move forward
Planning permission submitted for National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland.
Progressing digital health innovation and education in Scotland
Memorandum of Understanding renewed and #DigiInventorsChallenge2019 winners recognised.
New £10m investment in aquaculture
Innovation centre will target an additional £3.5 million in income during Phase 2.
FUTUREquipping Scotland’s workforce for digital future in housing and healthcare
College lecturers combine speciality knowledge and insight across three different sectors.
Members Appointed to SFC Board
Seven new members appointed by Minister.
More mental health support for students
Funding to appoint counsellors in colleges and universities.
College student satisfaction remains high
SFC has published its fourth national college student survey.
Gaelic immersion opportunities expanded in Scotland
University of Glasgow awarded £455k for new Gaelic Immersion year.