The people behind ‘Scotland is Now‘, the campaign showcasing the the benefits of living, working, studying or doing business in Scotland, are introducing something a little different for the festive season. Each day throughout December, the site will share a different modern Scottish innovation. Forget about your traditional advent calendar, in…
We’re very excited about the latest innovative collaboration made possible by The Data Lab: Emotech’s Olly the robot. Olly is a showcase of Emotech’s AI technology and is the first step in demonstrating how conversation interfaces can be applied across various industry uses. In other words, Olly is a robot with…
Generating value from data The Data Lab enables industry, the public sector and academia to innovate and develop new data science capabilities in a collaborative environment.
Following two successful years, The Data Lab will be expanding our MSc scholarship programme to 130 students for 2017/18. This represents an increase of over 40% from last year.
A call for innovative data science solutions to improve cancer care in Scotland was launched at DataFest last month. The Cancer Innovation Challenge aims to inspire novel data and tech proposals to help Scotland become a world leading health system for people with cancer.
The first funding call for Data Science Industrial Doctorate programmes closed successfully at the beginning of this year and we are now excited to announce the funding recipients. Vacancies are now open for prospective doctoral students, and a new call for funding has been announced.
The Data Lab is behind the festival that takes place 20th to 24th March 2017 with a comprehensive programme events across Scotland promoting and celebrating data innovation under the banner #DataChangesEverything.
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.
Ian Reid, Chief Executive of CENSIS talks about the state of innovation in Scotland after a debate with TEDx Glasgow 2016 delegates.
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