Converge Challenge provides ‘students and staff of all Scottish Universities and research institutes with practical commercial skills enabling them to bring to market novel products and services, thus creating sustainable profitable companies helping Scotland grow as a CAN Do competitive… Continue Reading →
There was a special kind of buzz around campus last week as the Sporting Chance Initiative prepared to formally open Scotland, and the UK’s, very first sports business incubator, The Sport Hive, at the University of Stirling Innovation Park.
By Morag Macpherson, Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Computing Science and Maths As an academic, communicating (often jargon-heavy) research to a lay audience is a difficult task. It can push us outside our comfort zone, and force us to look at the… Continue Reading →
Jess Enright; Research Profile; @researcherjess; Email In Summer 2016, Jess applied and successfully secured a place on the EPSRC Early Career Researcher’s Forum. After her first meeting on 2nd November, we invited her to share what she learnt about the EPSRC… Continue Reading →
By Alyson Belli, Sasha Hird-Saunders and Ana Rozman We’ve had a busy few months since we last blogged in September and, with today being Enterprise Day, what better a time for an update!
By Katharine Reibig, Researcher Development Policy Officer On September 12 & 13 2016 myself, Stephanie Colvan and Lynne Barrett attended the International Vitae Researcher Development conference in Manchester. This event brings together people involved in the development of all researchers – from postgrads… Continue Reading →
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