Wanlockhead Museum collaborated with the University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow as part of the Adopt a Business scheme; a new initiative aimed at boosting the sector’s recovery from COVID-19 by connecting tourism businesses to university academics and students, helping businesses to diversify and adapt to the new environment.Read More
What started as a one-off digital project funded by an Innovation Voucher has led to an ongoing relationship between a unique 100-acre contemporary sculpture garden and Edinburgh Napier University.Read More
Design LED, founded in 2004, is a global leader in the field of LED light-guide technology and have created a unique lighting solution in the form of low weight, flexible light tiles.
Looking to engage with EU counterparts they approached Interface for support.
Funded by a SFC Innovation Voucher, Trellis collaborated with the School of Computing at the University of the West of Scotland to investigate a technical solution that would provide access to a database system across multiple platforms, connecting remote therapeutic gardening practitioners.
Funded by a £5,000 Scottish Funding Council Innovation Voucher grant, StEP Podiatry embarked on a project with the University of Strathclyde, giving them access to highly specialised gain analysis equipment which was vital for the development of their preventative screening equipment.Read More
Mara Seaweed has received a range of grants from £5,000 to almost £400,000 in less than 5 years to become the UK’s leading culinary seaweed provider.Read More
Scotmas is a leading manufacturer of water treatment, hygiene and environmental care products. With a strong and continued commitment to R&D, the company was looking to advance two research projects, one looking at bacteria identification and another on bacteria and virus tests. Following an extensive search of expertise in the field, Interface helped the company to develop active partnerships with several academic institutions.Read More
StudioLR is an award winning design agency based in Leith, Edinburgh.
Dissatisfied with existing ‘way-finding’ products for dementia, and sensing an opportunity for a fresh and novel approach, the company spoke to Interface to access Scotland’s academic expertise to use the latest research to inform their design, ensuring an effective, as well as an attractive, finished product. Interface introduced them to both the universities of Edinburgh and Stirling, where they embarked on a collaborative approach to the project.Read More