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HealthyR demo: geom_bar() vs geom_col()

Data and code at: https://github.com/SurgicalInformatics/healthyr_demos

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Optimal Transport Meshes on the Sphere, and Coupling Moving Meshes to Fluid Equations - Andrew McRae

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Optimal Transport Meshes on the Sphere, and Coupling Moving Meshes to Fluid Equations Andrew McRae (University of…

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Immersed Method with Metric Based Anisotropic Meh Adaptation for Computational Multiphase Flow Dynamics - Thierry Coupez

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Immersed Method with Metric Based Anisotropic Meh Adaptation for Computational Multiphase Flow Dynamics Thierry…

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A Level Set Based Mesh Evolution Method for Shape Optimisation - Charles Dapogny

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs A Level Set Based Mesh Evolution Method for Shape Optimisation Charles Dapogny (CNRS & Laboratoire Jean…

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October 12th - Reflection & Inquiry. Self-Compassion and Friendliness (Audio Only)

Mindfulness drop-in recording for October 12th - Reflection & Inquiry. (Audio Only) Self-Compassion and Friendliness

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Translational research case study CSE - Alistair

This interview features a real-life account of a researcher’s journey, based here at the College of Science and Engineering. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme…

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Artistic mathematics: truth and beauty - Henry Segerman

EMS popular lecture, part of Maths Week Scotland 2021 Artistic mathematics: truth and beauty Dr Henry Segerman (Oklahoma State University) 1 October 2021 To remove the captions from this video press…

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BHoM: Anotida Madzvamuse (University of Sussex, UK)

This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the subtitles by pressing CC. A robust and efficient adaptive multigrid solver for the opitmal control of geometric surface evolution laws with…

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Materials

Find out about the materials used to make musical instruments and what can we learn from them.

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June 29th, Reflection & Inquiry. Mindfulness for Anxiety. Audio Only

June 29th, Reflection & Inquiry. Mindfulness for Anxiety. Audio Only

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Thinking Through and Against the Archive: Interview with Samia Henni

This is an interview with Assistant Professor Samia Henni, in which we discuss her work on the built, destroyed and imagined environment. The conversation was recorded on the 6th of May 2021. SAMIA…

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(UG and PG) How-to join the gym and other opportunities to be active

Join us for an introduction to the our gym and fitness facilities and student membership options as well as other opportunities to stay active.

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Artificial Intelligence to Tackle Infertility

This talk will first describe the path of Dr Alexandra Boussommier from being a researcher to an entrepreneur. We will then discuss ImVitro, the company she founded in 2019 that aims at using AI to…

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Richard Smith EVA Talk Preview

This talk has captions. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. Name: Richard Smith Talk Title: Extreme value theory and chess ratings Abstract: The Elo rating system is well…

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Waves in Complex Continua (Wavinar) - Matteo Albani

Click CC to off subtitles. Matteo Albani (University of Siena, Italy) Analysis and Design of Inhomogeneous Lenses for Millimeter Wave Communications

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Reusable facemasks made using smartphones and 3D printers

Bespoke, reusable facemasks made using smartphones and 3D printers could help better protect people during future epidemics or further waves of Covid-19, new research suggests.

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