Technology developed at Glasgow neonatal unit has been expanded to help relatives of adult patients in intensive care.
The figure is worked out by an Edinburgh University supercomputer, which takes 56 hours.
Scotland coach says relationships between players and coaches have 'highs and lows'.
The Golden Globe winner will take on the role of Edinburgh's most famous detective.
The Care Inspectorate has applied to sheriff court to cancel the registration of the HC-One-owned Home Farm Care Home.
The settlement is perched on the Tap O' Noth hill near Rhynie in Aberdeenshire.
Primark delivers nightwear to Glasgow Royal Infirmary, with some going to Stobhill and Lightburn hospitals as well.
An 87-year-old man and 26-year-old woman were injured in the collision.
Political analyst Professor Bill Miller covered election nights on STV over a thirty-year period.
Teresa Gray survived two comas, a double stroke, sepsis and pneumonia as she fought of Covid-19 in hospital.
The Tour of Britain cycling event has been postponed until 2021.
British Airways’ owner has confirmed redundancies at the airline will still go ahead.
There have been 188 new positive cases of the virus reported in Scotland in the last 24 hours.
Scotland's national clinical director says he will be 'disappointed' if elite sport has not returned by the autumn.
Jim Powell's final wish to donate his brain to science could not be fulfilled because of the illness.
Two 11-year-old girls were left frightened but not physically harmed by incident on Wednesday evening.
Ex-Holyrood justice secretary claims 'incompetence' of UK Government response to pandemic will further nationalists' cause.
Mark Hirst has been charged in connection with an alleged 'menacing communication' following the trial.
Police have appealed for information after an altercation in Edinburgh left a man with serious injuries.
The pair were arrested in connection with the large-scale importation of a psychoactive drug called kratom.