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Multidisciplinary design and engineering company BakerHicks has been awarded a contract to deliver design services for the new Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) in Renfrewshire. BakerHicks was appointed by CPI to provide multi-disciplinary design services, including pharmaceutical con

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Plans have been announced for a £40 million innovation hub in Aberdeen which aims to double the number of life sciences companies in North East Scotland. The Bio-therapeutics Hub for Innovation will be a focal point for sector ambition and growth and has secured £20m of capital funding f

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A marine engineering company plans to establish a new technology park on a derelict site in West Dunbartonshire in bid to bring marine manufacturing back to the Upper Clyde. Glasgow-based Malin Group, which is working with Scottish Enterprise, has commissioned an economic impact assessment on t

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The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) has secured £16.5 million to establish a major new advanced engineering facility that will put Scotland at the forefront of the movement to transform one of the manufacturing sector’s most traditional and important supply

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Oilfield services group Baker Hughes General Electric (BHGE) is to build a subsea manufacturing campus in Angus to support the global oil and gas industry. Backed by a £4.9 million grant from Scottish Enterprise, BHGE has committed £31m to the facility, based at its existing location in Montrose,

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A new Masterplan is to be developed to outline a long term vision Edinburgh’s Waverley Station. The Waverley Masterplan will consider the future growth anticipated at the station, the impact of city centre developments on how people use it and how it can play its part in the continued success of S

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Renfrewshire will be home to the new £65 million National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland (NMIS) with the University of Strathclyde named as the anchor university, it was revealed today. Work to build the centre, which will help manufacturing businesses throughout Scotland become world leaders

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Ken Munro, chief executive officer of TechnoNICOL UK, Ireland and USA with cabinet secretary for the economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown Glass wool insulation firm Superglass is to benefit from one of the largest investments in Scottish engineering and manufacturing in recent years, doubling it

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