A British firm’s industry-leading expertise has enabled them to secure major new contracts and enhance their growing reputation in the global market.
Two of Scotland’s top live acts and a livewire American band who have become one of the most popular on the UK roots circuit have signed up to appear at the award-winning Hebridean Celtic Festival in the summer.
From 7 January, 2013, the genetics services operation of internationally renowned company Landcatch will be based at the Stirling University Innovation Park after considering options across Scotland.
Scots scientists leading global race for genetic breakthrough; World first in genes search targeting; Discovery would lead to disease-free fish and help with world hunger issues; This level of breeding expertise would normally take many decades to reach, but Landcatch will do it in just two.
• Opus steps up recruitment to aid expansion • Top posts on offer at growing firm • Sights set on international development
Scots icons join university campaign; Famous four help UHI recruitment drive; Bid to attract young people to Highlands and Islands
Minister visits youth employment project; Workingrite’s pioneering programme in focus; Success of mentoring scheme to be discussed
A disturbing lax female attitude to violence against women has been revealed through recent Twitter traffic.
John Ross, a journalist with The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday for the past 16 years, is now a key member of the Lucid team. Here he tells us how to make a journalist your friend.