There’s a reason why Scotland attracts more foreign investors than any other UK region.
Did you know that more companies are formed based on university research in Scotland than in any other part of the UK?
The dictionary definition of 'canny' is prudent, thrifty or shrewd, which nicely sums up a nation with a long history with money and whose very 'canny-ness' brought about the emergence of its capital city, Edinburgh, as one of the biggest financial centres in Europe and home to two of the world's top 10 banks.
Scotland’s Baby Box is celebrating its first anniversary alongside more than 50,000 happy recipients.
Alexander Graham Bell is generally regarded as one of the greatest inventors of the 19th and 20th century and is best remembered for inventing the telephone.
When poet ploughman Robert Burns famously wrote that ‘The best laid schemes o' Mice an' Men / Gang aft agley’, he might have added dairy farmers to the couplet.
Bill Gates is the latest person to recognise and back cutting-age research projects taking place in Scotland.
Weighing in at 30 tonnes and capable of generating 150 kilowatts, Brian is the world's first free-standing tidal energy turbine system, developed by Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen).
Skymoons, the Chinese mobile gaming giant, has launched a new studio in Scotland, becoming the first Chinese games studio to do so