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Innovative approach to ultrasound could increase salmon harvest volumes.

Innovative approach to ultrasound could increase salmon harvest volumes.

Sunday, 29th May 2016
Fishermen working on nets

The Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) has launched the first of its Rapid Response projects with an initiative that will explore the potential of a novel approach to ultrasound to delouse farmed salmon and, ultimately, increase harvest volumes.

Dingwall-based SME aces the SAIC Aquaculture Innovation Award.

Friday, 27th May 2016
Receiving an award

Ace Aquatec, the Dingwall-based SME responsible for the Hume Stunner Universal (HSU), has been announced winner of the inaugural Aquaculture Innovation Award, sponsored by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC).

Study identifies new technologies to improve asset integrity.

Tuesday, 24th May 2016
High resolution image of fibers

In the critical area of offshore asset integrity, a new study published by Oil & Gas UK today (May 23) promises to broaden awareness of the array of technologies developed and deployed successfully by the industry and other sectors which could be used to great effect.

Tech Tuesday: Decommissioning will bring technical challenges… and opportunities

Tuesday, 24th May 2016
Colourful cogs and wheels

The burgeoning decommissioning sector will bring technical challenges and opportunities that the North Sea supply chain are well placed to exploit.

Scoping study to help shape proposed Centre of Excellence for Scottish aquaculture.

Monday, 23rd May 2016
Net with square grids

A new two-phase scoping study, initiated by the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) in partnership with Highlands and Island Enterprise (HIE), will launch later this week at Aquaculture UK, canvassing industry opinion on a proposed Centre of Excellence.

Wearables Blog part 12: Alternative Digital Wellness Services

Monday, 23rd May 2016
Smart watch on ladies wrist

Part 12 of DHI’s wearables blog series exploring what impact wearable technology has within healthcare.

Scotland’s Innovation Centres at TEDx Glasgow: Driving Innovation for a Disruptive World

Thursday, 5th May 2016
Banner for TEDx Glasgow with Innovation Centres logo

The Innovation Centres are proud to be partners of TEDx Glasgow. The theme at TEDxGlasgow 2016, is entitled ‘A Disruptive World’, considering how individuals and organisations can encourage disruption as a force for good, to make step-changes in thinking, actions and the wider communities.

CENSIS strengthens board with two leading industrialists

Monday, 2nd May 2016
Photo of Censis logo on wall plate

Craig Samuel, Wearality Corp. and Sharon Moore, IBM, join the CENSIS Board

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