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Perth hosts Fair Access Conference
Mental health focus for 2018 conference…
New college fund highlights commitment to innovation
New fund invests in colleges’ contribution to Scotland’s innovation economy
Minister announces £3.6 million for Scottish university museums
Iconic national collections to benefit from new funding announcement.
Converge Challenge shortlist announced
The top 60 finalists for the 2018 Converge Challenge have been announced.
Understanding Scotland’s Creative Economy
Creative Industries under the spotlight at Glasgow School of Art
SFC-funded project wins Guardian University award
Strathclyde University’s TransEDU project has won a Guardian University Award.
Funding in place for new cornerstone of the Gaelic language
Funding in place for next phase of massive dictionary project
Sharpshooter proves she’s a Winning Student
SFC-supported shooter Seonaid wins two medals at the Commonwealth Games.
Winning Student bags record medal haul
Team Scotland swimmer Duncan Scott wins a record six medals at the Commonwealth Games.
Scotland is Now
Agencies unite to promote Scotland to the rest of the world.