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Cancer Challenge projects win £100k funding
Digital apps for cancer patients to report symptoms move to phase 2 of the Cancer Innovation Challenge.
All eyes on the goal for student sport
College and university students to get more involved in sport, thanks to a £465,000 investment.
New report highlights diversity of college sector
Latest figures for 2016-17 published by Scottish Funding Council
Another successful year for Winning Students
SFC-funded sports scholarship scheme outlines its impact over the past year.
Converge Challenge 2018 is go
Entrepreneurial competition launches into its eighth year.
Converge Challenge winner faces BBC dragons
Converge Challenge Design and Creativity winner is backed by BBC dragons despite fainting during filming.
Scottish KE Awards finalists announced
The finalists for the Interface Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards have been revealed.
An industry flexes its innovative muscles
New video series showcases innovation in Scottish aquaculture.
Championing the rights of trans people
Colleges and universities have a unique opportunity to drive change for trans people, says a new study.
New £65m centre for Scotland’s manufacturing industry
Strathclyde University to lead new £65 million National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland.