The Data Lab in conjunction with CENSIS is launching a sector specific call for projects, targeting the Cyber security services community in Scotland. We are looking for innovative and collaborative projects between an industry and/or public sector lead organisations, and academic partner(s).
Innovation centres created by the Scottish Funding Council are safely on track to deliver economic benefit by driving collaboration between business and universities, a new report shows.
On Thursday 6th October 2016, delegates from industry, academia and the public sector met to enjoy a full day of speakers and exhibitors at the 3rd CENSIS Technology Summit and Conference in Glasgow.
Ian Reid, Chief Executive of CENSIS talks about the state of innovation in Scotland after a debate with TEDx Glasgow 2016 delegates.
CENSIS, in partnership with Stream Technologies, Semtech Inc. and Boston Networks, is paving the way for the next wave of internet technology; a low cost Internet of Things (IoT) network designed to make the city – and Scotland – even more connected.
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.
Craig Samuel, Wearality Corp. and Sharon Moore, IBM, join the CENSIS Board
The opportunity to build awareness of your company and your brand with leading industry innovators and world-class university researchers by sponsoring or exhibiting at the third annual CENSIS Technology Summit and Conference, 6 Oct 16 at the Technology Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow.
CENSIS two-day IoTUK Boost workshop in Glasgow saw 18 of Scotland’s most innovative SMEs go head-to-head in front of a panel of judges to win one month of incubation support and mentoring aimed at helping the companies bring their commercial ideas to market.
A groundbreaking new collaborative research and development (R&D) project will place Scotland at the forefront of the £7 billion global sensors and imaging systems market, deliver significant economic growth and onshore 41 highly skilled research and manufacturing jobs from Asia.
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