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  • Wed 12th Jul 7:00pm
    Sharing what you make and do at Make/Share!
    Make/Share is a free monthly event on the second Wednesday of each month organised by Creative Dundee and hosted at The Beer Kitchen Dundee, from 7pm – 8.30... more
  • Tue 5th Sep 9:00am
    FutureScot is pleased to announce Digital Cities 2017 - a series of policy conferences taking place across Scotland this summer - kicking off with Dundee and Perth on June 1.

    Aimed at policy, acade... more

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  • Keith Williams, University of Dundee Scotland is rarely slow to recognise its literary heroes, from building monuments to Walter Scott to crafting a tourist industry around Robert Burns. However, one major writer remains unclaimed for the canon 130 years after his literary career began. Robert Duncan Milne was an astonishingly prescient pioneer of science fiction who published over 60 stories in the late 19th century. Yet hardly anyone knows his name or how he influenced other leading lights in the early days of the genre. HG Wells’s The Time Machine (1895) is famously associated with visualising time travel as if The post Remembering the lost father of American science fiction – and his Scottish roots appeared first on FutureScot.
    Posted Thu 8th Jun by Future Scot
  • But it is 'struggling with skills gap and Brexit could exacerbate that' The post Scotland fastest growing region for digital outside London appeared first on FutureScot.
    Posted Fri 19th May by Future Scot
  • Scotland is quickly becoming one of the most vibrant tech hubs on the planet, fuelled by the success of Skyscanner, FanDuel and Freeagent – among other players. This success isn’t just consigned to one region either, with pioneering activities taking place not only in Glasgow and Edinburgh, but also in Aberdeen, Dundee and central Scotland. However, much like the rest of the UK, Scotland is also battling a digital skills deficit. If this upward curve in tech innovation is to continue – and in light of Brexit – the Scottish tech sector must ensure that it is equipped with the The post Harnessing experimental learning to secure Scotland’s digital future appeared first on FutureScot.
    Posted Tue 16th May by Future Scot
  • SERF Project app developed with 3DVisLab at Dundee University The post App brings to life one of Scotland’s key prehistoric settlement sites appeared first on FutureScot.
    Posted Mon 24th Apr by Future Scot
  • Aim is to move concepts off the drawing board and into production The post Dundee games companies awarded UK Government funding appeared first on FutureScot.
    Posted Fri 31st Mar by Future Scot