Scotland and China to collaborate on offshore tech solutions

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Scotland’s top oil and gas research and development organisations are to travel to China next month as part of a knowledge share designed to fortify ties and increase business.

Meeting with innovation leaders in Beijing, a partnership between the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), the Oil and Gas Innovations Centre (OGIC) and DataLab will look to identify ways that Scotland and China can work together to solve offshore technology challenges.

Rotimi Alabi, founder of RAB Microfluidics, Willie Reid, director of the Strathclyde Oil & Gas Institute and Professor David Lane FRSE, founding director of the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, will share the latest technological developments in data processing and artificial intelligence (AI) with representatives from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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