Law firm Brodies has unveiled three new partners in its Aberdeen office, including two new recruits who have joined the practice from Pinsent Masons.
Encouraging start-up companies to remain in the north-east will have a "transformational" effect on jobs creation in the energy sector, according to an industry expert.
From capturing CO2 in the air to creating hydrogen from seawater – OGTC brings its next TechX cohort
“Pioneering” technologies to remove carbon emissions from the air and even produce clean energy from seawater are among those selected for the next cohort of an Aberdeen start-up programme.
The head of an Aberdeen-based technology accelerator has been blown away by the pace with which this year’s cohort of fledgling developers is progressing.