News and current information of interest to Scotland's innovators.
We’re calling on suppliers and citizens to submit their innovative proposals. We aim to bring viable and approved innovations to market through a five step process: registration, innovation submission, triage, assessment, and delivery.
All proposals will receive a response and feedback from a range of public sector experts. Viable and approved innovations will be guided to market, through provision of appropriate support and funding.
Come meet and speak to all of our medical and non medical buyers from across NHS Scotland's Health Boards. Murrayfield 25th April 2024
The Reducing Drug Deaths Innovation Challenge Phase 1, jointly funded by the Scottish Government Chief Scientist Office and UK Government Office of Life Sciences has been successfully completed. The Challenge has been managed and administered by NHS Fife, on behalf of Health Innovation South East Scotland (HISES) Innovation Hub.
Vision: Home monitoring for glaucoma to better identify patients at risk of losing vision, and to reduce the individual and societal costs of sight loss.
More than £750,000 has been awarded to sixteen companies by Scottish Enterprise to strengthen Scotland’s green heat supply chain.
Vision: Delivering person-centred and equitable Mental Health support and services for people in Scotland.
Some helpful guidance on registering to use the Scotland Innovates service, submitting an innovation and the assessment process.
Links to helpful funding support information, which may be applicable to innovative submissions.
Links and information useful for navigating innovation in Scotland.