25 November 2015
Interface is a proud supporter of the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, launched this month by VisitScotland with a celebration of the iconic Mackintosh coat, invented by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in 1823. Throughout 2016 we plan to celebrate the impacts that Scottish scientists, such as Macintosh, have had on the world.Read More
18 November 2015
Dr Siobhán Jordan, the Director of Interface Scotland will visit Victoria from 23 – 30 November as the 2015 veski resident, to share how she and her team have connected Scottish universities and research institutions with industry to develop an innovation economy.Read More
09 November 2015
A competition for groups of food and drink companies wanting to tackle some of their business challenges collectively by working with academics from Scottish universities and research institutions has awarded £92,000 in funding, giving the green light to two innovative projects.Read More
27 October 2015
Earlier this month we launched the first ever Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards. These awards build upon the previous Interface Excellence Awards and ensure that all academic and business collaborations can be recognised, not only those that facilitated by Interface, Interface Food & Drink or Innovation Voucher Funding.Read More
08 October 2015
Interface is delighted to launch Scotland’s first awards to celebrate innovation from business and academic partnerships.
The Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards on 25 February 2016 will recognise, reward and celebrate the achievements that are being made through business and academic collaborations and form a key component of the 2016 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design.Read More
01 October 2015
The UK’s first national conference for craft distillers heads up a month of important trade events taking place in Perthshire, expected to significantly boost the food and drink sector locally and across Scotland.Read More
13 August 2015
Businesses of all shapes and sizes are discovering the benefits of working with students from Scottish universities through tie-ups which bring fresh thinking to tackle workplace challenges.
And it appears that it's a win-win situation as almost 60% of the students go onto employment or secure additional work with those companies.Read More