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World-first research centre celebrates 10th anniversary
SFC-funded research centre celebrates a decade studying the links between humans and primates.
Appointment of new CEO
Karen Watt to take up post as CEO at Scottish Funding Council.
Care-experienced student perspectives
Survey now underway to improve college and university experiences.
China feels the heat of Scottish technology
Company aided by SFC university collaboration scheme wins Chinese deal.
Green Gown Awards turn tartan again
Scotland’s universities and colleges triumph at environmental awards night.
SFC announces review of research pooling
Leading academic to provide independent review of research pooling initiative.
New funding brings sense of opportunity
Digital, marine and healthcare set to benefit from new round of SFC funding.
Doing better by care experienced students
New funding and research survey announced to help care experienced students.
Investing in research and innovation
£5 million to support links between academic research and industry.
John Swinney welcomes Crichton agreement
New agreement aims to keep young talent in the region.