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Start-Ups: Shaping Scotland's Future

Investing in start-ups means much more than money…

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Science Scotland Issue 22, Summer 2018Start-ups: Shaping Scotland\'s FutureForeword by John Waddell FRSEJames McIlroy - EnteroBiotixLiita Cairney - KalitashaDr Alasdair Mort - MIME TechnologiesCorien Staels - Staels DesignOpinion: Dr Paul HopkinsMichael Tougher - SoundbopsOrfeas Boteas - KrotosCallum Murray - Amiqus ResolutionManu Peleteiro - InbestSteve Regis - ARX MaritimeOpinion: Alisdair Gunn

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Science Scotland Issue 22, Summer 2018 Start-Ups: Shaping Scotland's Future...


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Foreword by John Waddell FRSE Investing in start-ups means much more than money...


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James McIlroy - EnteroBiotix Gut feeling proves right for EnteroBiotix...


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Liita Cairney - Kalitasha Making period poverty history...


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Dr Alasdair Mort - MIME Technologies Rural solution goes global...


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Corien Staels - Staels Design Upwardly mobile mobility products...


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Opinion: Dr Paul Hopkins Acquisition can be good for you...


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Michael Tougher - Soundbops In tune with music market...


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Orfeas Boteas - Krotos Sound investment pays off for Krotos...


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Callum Murray - Amiqus Resolution If you can't beat the system...


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Manu Peleteiro - Inbest More personal financial planning    ...


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Steve Regis - ARX Maritime Innovation versus the pirates    ...


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Opinion: Alisdair Gunn Innovators need to think global...


 

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