DEM Solutions and the University of Edinburgh formalize strategic relationship to enable greater collaboration and knowledge transfer between the two leaders at the forefront of research, application and adoption of DEM simulation of bulk materials.
A stretch of water off the north coast could provide enough energy to power about half of Scotland, engineers have found.
Faster, more reliable internet connections will move a step closer to reality with the opening of a new centre at the University.
A new generation of high-speed internet technology which is more secure and versatile than Wi-Fi, will be developed at the research facility.
National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) and the University of Edinburgh have partnered to develop a test bed to dramatically improve indoor wireless communications capacity.
The company has shipped its first product - Li-1st.
On 6th August 2013 pureVLC announced breakthrough developments and research that will take its products to new levels.
The opening day of PLASA Focus: Leeds 2013 will finish with a keynote address from Harald Haas, Professor of Mobile Communications at the University of Edinburgh and Fellow of the World Technology Network.
Professor Peter Fraenkel MBE, Visiting Professor at University of Edinburgh, is the third recipient of the Scottish Government's Saltire Prize Medal. The award is for his outstanding contribution to the development of tidal energy over three decades.
Tiny LED lights now being developed could deliver Wi-Fi-like internet communications, while simultaneously displaying information, and providing illumination for homes, offices and a whole host of other locations.
The Arkwright Scholarships Trust has made its 2012 award of Scholarships for aspiring leaders in engineering. 335 Scholarships for school students and 4 Undergraduate Scholarships were awarded – the largest ever annual number.