Scotland celebrates innovation in 2016

|24 March 2016| Scotland Events will be held throughout 2016 to mark Scotland's year of innovation architecture, and design. A country famed for its pioneering credentials and ongoing contributions to ...

Innovating to stem the tide of systemic corruption

|8 March 2016| By Paul MacAlindin – author of Upbeat - the story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq (Release date: August 2016) “Everybody is corrupt, from the top of society to the bottom. Everyone....

Linking industry with first class facilities

|26 February 2016| Scotland A part of the world renowned for its substantial and ongoing contributions to science and technology, Scotland is a great place for companies to advance product development tha...

Time to get your creative hats on

|15 February 2016| Everyone is being invited to get their creative hats on this April for World Creativity and Innovation Week (WCIW) 2016. And with creativity predicted to be one of the most important sk...

Exciting programme for Aye Write festival

|6 February 2016| Glasgow's internationally renowned Aye Write book festival opens next month. It's an event which continues to attract big names from the worlds of literature, politics, entertainment and...

Search on for national poet

|2 February 2016| The search is on for Scotland's next national poet, or Makar, after previous incumbent Liz Lochhead ended her term last week. During her tenure she has undertaken more than 3...

Fail-safe: the price of innovation

|27 January 2016| By Paul MacAlindin – conductor of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq  Whilst developing the electric light bulb, Edison quipped: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that wo...

Traditional Japanese art with a modern twist

|25 January 2016| Paul Binnie has released two stunning Japanese woodblock prints to mark the beginning of a new year. The internationally acclaimed Scottish artist developed his unique block printing sty...