Almost 100 Scottish towns to lose local services

A report from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Scotland, 98 Scottish towns and cities are facing or have been hit with the...

European Elections

In just a few days time, the people of the European Union will go to the polls to select their new MEPs. Having just...

Scotland Decides ’14: what would independence mean for Scottish universities?

By John H McKendrick, Glasgow Caledonian University and W David McCausland, University of Aberdeen Scotland is home to some of Europe’s oldest universities, and the...

Edinburgh University – access all areas!

The University of Edinburgh is throwing open its doors to industry later this month, as part of a programme designed to develop stronger collaborative...

Scotland Decides ’14: who is right on EU membership?

By John Curtice, Strathclyde University and Michael Keating, University of Aberdeen Europe is back on the agenda in Scotland. William Hague wrote to the Scottish...

LETTER FROM SCOTLAND 2nd May 2014

This being exam season, Alex Salmond faced a tough test in international relations this week. He travelled to Bruges in Belgium on Monday to...

PEDAL POWER

The bicycle army is growing. The third annual “Pedal on Parliament” attracted its biggest turnout ever on Saturday. About 4,500 cyclists gathered at the...

Young, undecided and in the front line of Scotland’s indyref mindgames

By Paul Aitken, University of Aberdeen To make an obvious point, the younger generation’s opinions on the referendum have not been formed by as much...

Edinburgh University invests in NMR

The University of Edinburgh has made a £1.2 million investment in some of the world's most advanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Mass Spectroscopy...

LETTER FROM SCOTLAND 25th April 2014

Kenny MacAskill is in trouble again. Scotland’s justice secretary is like one of those skate-boarders who always seems to be tumbling towards a fall...