The awards are aimed at any businesses with up to 50 employees, including hairdressers, cafes, accountants, solicitors and graphic designers.
The Nunalleq Educational Resource has won the Archaeological Institute of America’s 2021 award for Outstanding Work in Digital Archaeology!
On Friday 6 November 2020, 11 life scientists and science communicators, and 11 mathematicians and computer scientists, from across the world, were recognised for their scientific achievements and the work they do to promote STEM for the next generation.
The project won highly commended in the ‘new life for old buildings’ category.
The winner of the Volunteer Reserve Category is Exercise Northern SCAPA TARTAN.
“He is testament that our courses can be life changing. No matter what age you are or what your previous experience has been – all you need to do is give it a go and we’ll be with you every step of the way.”
Scottish crime writer Denise Mina is to receive the Great Scot Award at a virtual celebration by The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA.
“The care and compassion shown by these communities is inspiring and will help us to emerge from the COVID -19 pandemic stronger and even more together.”
“We’re absolutely delighted with the award for new equipment, a big thank you to Screen Scotland.” Mark Jenkins
Jean Leonard, who has done so much to promote traditional music in Orkney has been inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame.