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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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...

Avanti Cell Science share their exporting experience

AvantiCell Science specialises in the isolation and culture of human primary cells for use in preclinical drug development and in vitro testing of materials ranging from natural therapeutics to traditional medicines, food components and medical devices. The company offers an...

OracleBio – Exporting Experience Case Study

OracleBio is a digital pathology CRO providing quantitative image analysis services to support pre-clinical and clinical research. The company provides accurate cellular quantification of protein and mRNA levels within histologically-stained tissue sections allowing assessment of different cell type numbers and...

Arrayjet selling direct to Europe

Europe is a key market for Arrayjet, a specialist biological inkjet printing company based near Edinburgh. Get insights on the company’s export tactics and why Arrayjet is keen to develop its European markets. Arrayjet is a specialist biological inkjet printing...