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£240,000 funding for new drugs research network
SFC is involved in innovative new research collaboration.
Sharpshooter has games in her sights
SFC-supported Winning Student Seonaid has qualified for next year’s Commonwealth Games.
How data can help save lives
Mobile healthcare tech firm benefits from innovation vouchers and innovation centre collaboration.
SFC Chair recognised for lifetime achievement
SFC Chair, Professor Alice Brown, was given a Lifetime Achievement Award at last night’s Herald Awards Ceremony in Glasgow.
Mussel hatchery project goes global
A Tasmanian expert has visited Shetland mussel farmers to help Scotland’s £11.7m industry.
Tumour diagnosis tool wins pitch competition
A blood test tool for earlier detection of brain tumours wins Ready, Steady Pitch! competition.
First multi-party Innovation Voucher
A group of artists becomes the first project to pool Innovation Vouchers to support a collaboration.
Cancer Data Dive
Data scientists are to join a “data dive” as part of the SFC-funded Cancer Innovation Challenge.
Youngest Innovation Voucher recipients
Two school pupils have become the youngest recipients of an SFC Innovation Voucher for their walking app.
Cancer Innovation Challenge
SFC funds £1m challenge to help Scotland become a world leading carer for people with cancer.