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Brora kids kick off science and technology project

05/07/2019

Budding engineers at Brora Primary School have kicked off a new project designed to enthuse young people about science and technology. Brora’s P6 helped launch the Scottish Council for Development and Industry’s (SCDI) new Little Lighthouse programme which is being sponsored by Falck Renewables, owners of the Kilbraur Wind Farm.

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Scotland’s future Young Scientists and Engineers contend for STEM awards

31/05/2019

More than 300 young people representing over 50 schools from all over Scotland and as far afield as Peebles and the Western Isles gathered at Glasgow Science Centre on Friday 31 May to take part in the Celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

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Where Scotland Can Lead an Innovative and Ethical Fourth Industrial Revolution

28/02/2019

Where Scotland Can Lead an Innovative and Ethical Fourth Industrial Revolution A new report launched today (February 28th) champions the opportunities Scotland’s people and businesses have to harness the potential provided by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies and data.

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