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Easter Bush campus apiary

Pollination by bees contributes substantially to global food production. Any decline in the bee populations is therefore of great concern. The Easter Bush apiary gives members of staff and students…

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PROJECT ELPIS

Project ElpisTwo Edinburgh students are using their technical skills to provide a lifeline for refugees.The environmental sciences undergraduates have created solar-powered mobile phone charging…

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Principal's Medal

Two Edinburgh environmental sciences undergraduates, who have been using their technical skills to provide a lifeline for refugees, receive a Principal's Medal for their contribution to the…

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Professor David Williamson Shaffer - Quantitative Ethnography

The ability to teach and assess the development of complex thinking skills is crucial for 21st century educational research. In the age of educational games and the Big Data they generate, we have…

From  Dragan Gasevic A year ago 0 likes 25 views 0  

Bilingualism in Minority Languages - Professor Antonella Sorace at the Celtic Knot: Wikipedia Language Conference 2017.

Bilingualism in minority languages: a resource and an opportunity Research on the bilingual mind shows that bilingualism in any languages, regardless of their status, prestige, and worldwide…

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Dan Ridley Ellis (Napier University) - A random walk through the forest (or how we guess the strength of wood)

Timber is one of the few truly renewable construction materials we have, but the fact it is made by trees to suit their own agenda presents a number of challenges. This talk will cover the…

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Internet and Society 2017 - Community and Identity

Internet and Society 2017 - Community and Identity - AUDIO ONLY

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