With over 120 high growth companies across multiple sectors in seven science and technology parks, Edinburgh is second only to London for investment attractiveness and commerce.
Science on the Map
The Edinburgh Science Triangle covers the City of Edinburgh and the Lothian region, with the main science and research clusters within 30 minutes of each other, close to academic hubs and research institutes.
Health informatics company Aridhia announced today that it has joined as an Organisational Member of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), an international coalition dedicated to improving human health by maximising the potential of genomic medicine through effective and responsible data sharing. Aridhia is the latest to join the diverse group of over 140 of the world’s leading research institutions, healthcare providers, information technology and life science companies, and disease and patient advocacy organisations.
Pentlands Science Park was one of the parks from the UK which was represented at the recent IASP2014, the 31st world conference of International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation. Read More