Author Archives: the Online Editor

How we have Supercharged Commercial Success in the Life Sciences

BIO

We Scots have a long history of being entrepreneurial. We’re responsible for so many of the everyday things that we take for granted, like our telephones, televisions, refrigerators and toasters. We have made astounding discoveries in science, medicine and engineering: radar, MRI, ultrasound, penicillin, cloning, electromagnetics, insulin, anaesthetics, beta blockers, noble gases, steam engines and the Higgs Boson to name but a few. I haven’t even mentioned our impact on publishing, sport, and architecture. The list goes on and on.

Read more ...

Glasgow’s Innovation Leads the Way

 TIC2_HiRes_Courtesy-of-Strathclyde.jpg March 16, 2016 179 kB 1080 × 718 Edit Image Delete Permanently URLTitleCaption

The Scottish city’s life science sector is flourishing – offering the perfect environment for investment and location. Glasgow is one of Europe’s great cities. It offers residents, visitors and businesses an extraordinary quality of urban life. It is a city where business, trade and investment flourish.

Scotland’s largest city and only metropolitan region, Glasgow generates a whopping £19.25 billion GVA for the national economy per annum – the largest of any Scottish city. Glasgow has a modern mixed economy with strengths in a variety of sectors and sub-sectors from financial and business services to low carbon and renewables, and life sciences.

Read more ...

A Good Reputation – Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule, Jena

alt

alt

The range and exceptional quality of higher education establishments in Germany means that those looking to study there are often spoilt for choice. Germany has private as well as state-run universities, and this is also the case with the universities of applied sciences as well as the specialist art and music schools. Some 95 per cent of the country’s higher education institutions are government funded and owned, while just five per cent are in the private sector.

Read more ...

A Good Reputation – Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule, Jena

CAMPUS

The range and exceptional quality of higher education establishments in Germany means that those looking to study there are often spoilt for choice.

Germany has private as well as state-run universities, and this is also the case with the universities of applied sciences as well as the specialist art and music schools. Some 95 per cent of the country’s higher education institutions are government funded and owned, while just five per cent are in the private sector. Most students opt for state universities as these charge low or no tuition fees (source: DAAD).

Read more ...

Room for Success

alt

alt

With travellers’ expectations increasing and the standards expected from global hotel brands getting even higher, the European hospitality sector is in great shape and rising to the challenge. Last year Europe attracted 22 million more international tourists than it did in 2013, and this growth is set to continue.

The Titanic Hotel Group, a family-owned company, was founded in the early 1970’s when the Aygün family opened their first restaurant in Berlin. The group experienced fast growth and thanks to additional international interest they have since opened hotels in Istanbul, Antalya and Berlin, with another elite hotel opening soon in Bodrum.

Read more ...