Scotland’s Life Sciences sector benefits from an abundance of innovation and world-leading research that has been translated into businesses and organisations with specific capabilities to serve the discovery and development of therapeutics, the creation of innovative healthcare solutions and the circular economy.

Furthermore, with an infrastructure of support to digitalise process and manufacturing, realise the potential of data and nurture the right skills and talent -  Scotland’s life sciences sector continues to over contribute to the world’s health and climate challenges.

Here we recognise the specific capabilities, projects and collaborations that add value to the global life sciences industry every day.

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Snap40 – Patient Monitoring Device

Founder of Snap40,  Christopher McCann explains how 35% of in-hospital cardiac arrests happen due to stretched healthcare staff missing the early warning signs. The Snap40 device is worn by the patients and can continuously monitor a vast number of health...

StudioLR – Dementia Friendly Design

Edinburgh based design agency, StudioLR connected with academics at the Universities of Edinburgh and Stirling to provide research to aid the design and functionality of ‘way-finding’ products for people with dementia. The aim was to create designs that are both...

CM2000 – Platform to Assess Likelihood of Illness

Care Monitoring 2000 (CM2000) is a mobile identification platform designed to protect both healthcare professionals and service users by ensuring the correct care is delivered at the right time. By monitoring the service users treatment and the impact of healthcare...

Canon – Taking Scottish Innovation to the Global Market

Canon Medical’s European R&D Centre in Edinburgh traces its heritage back to a pioneering Medical Imaging start-up, Voxar Ltd. Now with over 120 engineers, scientists and clinical experts, the team in Edinburgh delivers world leading software and technology to their...

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