Vaccine project targets deadly diseases

|10 April 2016| USA Four world-leading scientific institutions are pooling their expertise in a bid to develop vaccines capable of combating deadly illnesses. The University of California, San Diego, J...

Samsung honoured for widening access to technology

|18 March 2016| Samsung Electronics has been honoured by the UK Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) for its work in producing innovative technology accessible to people with sight loss. The RN...

Solar power predicted to dominate

|24 November 2015| Solar will be the planet's primary source of energy by 2025, according to a report by Thomson Reuters. The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters has looked into...

A programme for global growth

|15 November 2015| Scottish companies ambitious for international growth and expansion can apply to join a four month bespoke programme to further those ambitions. The Start Global Programme by Scottish E...

Wearable soap to limit spread of viruses

|12 November 2015| A necklace that stores electronic health data to track child immunisation and a wearable soap that helps limit the spread of infectious viruses by encouraging hand washing, have won the We...

The fourth industrial revolution

|11 November 2015| The 46th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in January will discuss the challenges and opportunities posed by the technological age. The theme of the Meeting is ‘Mastering the f...

Global innovation summit to tackle child poverty

|9 November 2015|  Over 500 leading thinkers are gathering in Helsinki today to look at how technologies can drive change for the world’s most vulnerable children. Key figures from the technological, acad...

Finland to host global innovation summit

|2 November 2015| The first Global Innovations for Children and Youth Summit will be held in Finland this month. Organised by UNICEF and the Finish Ministry for Foreign Affairs it will challenge experts i...