Over three particularly chilly days in March, the British Hip Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting received a very warm welcome in Edinburgh. Professional conference organiser Jai Mistry, Director of MiCE Organiser Ltd - who has organised the BHS annual meetings for 12 consecutive years - talks us through how he worked with our in-house team to make the first EICC event such a resounding success.
IN 2022, the EICC entered into a partnership with RSPB Scotland, in an effort to restore one of the world’s most important, if undervalued habitats, the peatlands of Scotland.
The EICC’s new academic advisory board, the Exchange Initiative, is here to highlight the vital role that senior academics play in attracting international association conferences to the city, while shining a spotlight on Scottish universities.
Edinburgh Napier University has earned business accreditation from AACSB International, the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools.
NHS Lothian has taken further steps in an effort to reduce its carbon footprint, tackle climate change and improve long-term sustainability by extending and introducing new roles.
Heriot-Watt University has pledged to aid in the restoration of Ukraine’s war-shattered energy infrastructure.
The Homeless World Cup has forged a ground-breaking partnership with Heriot-Watt University and Oriam to tackle the pressing challenges of social exclusion and deprivation head-on.
Edinburgh Napier University has announced a strategic partnership with FinTech Scotland – the cluster management organisation which supports the fast-growing industry.
QMU has released the findings of its research report commissioned by Creative Scotland to evaluate the Culture Collective programme
Research into how people’s genetic code can influence health and disease – including the vast regions of DNA whose function is unclear – has secured major financial investment.
For the third year in a row, Scottish tech entrepreneur, George Mackintosh is providing an award programme which will see QMU students help Papple Steading transform into an impressive agricultural heritage centre which celebrates the rich history of the agricultural revolution.
Living in poverty for long stretches of time can intensify mental health issues in the family, a new study from Heriot-Watt University finds.
NHS Lothian has today (Wed 5 July) welcomed HRH The Princess Royal to officially open the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People (RHCYP) and Department of Clinical Neurosciences (DCN).
An Edinburgh Napier professor has been recognised for their ‘transformative’ work as part of a landmark list created to celebrate the 75th birthday of the NHS.
Heriot-Watt has become Scotland’s first university to achieve White Ribbon status in recognition of its commitment to address gender-based violence.
Formula One racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart and inventor and engineer Sir James Dyson joined forces to mark the official launch of an ambitious project that aims to uncover the causes of dementia.
The second report for a unique research project into models of reforming children’s services has been published today by CELCIS, the Centre for Excellence for Children’s Care and Protection.
Marshall Dallas, CEO of EICC, says he believes it is the moral responsibility of businesses to take steps to reduce their environmental impact. “It’s vital we preserve our planet for future generations to come,” he says. “Our partnership with RSPB Scotland allows us to invest in nature-based solutions to tackle and mitigate the impact of climate change and the devastating loss of nature.”
Just weeks after winning a public vote, a spinout from Heriot-Watt University is celebrating again after its product was awarded Sustainable Design of the Year in the 2022 Dezeen Awards.
Two academics in the fields of quantum science and biomaterials have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to science by the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
Leprosy is one of the world’s oldest and most persistent diseases but the bacteria that cause it may also have the surprising ability to grow and regenerate a vital organ.
Edinburgh Trams is joining forces with Edinburgh Napier University to provide seamless digital connectivity for students, researchers, and staff.
Large scale events lined up for 2023 expected to bring thousands of delegates and provide millions of pounds of economic benefit to Edinburgh and region.