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Climate Crisis Event

Climate Crisis Panel Event

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Episode 3 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

In this third episode, MSc Environmental Sustainability student, Polly Wells, returns as our guest host to continue this conversation with three University of Edinburgh staff members: Velda McCune,…

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Cate Heeney - Sharing health records - Data Controversies 2019

Dr Cate Heeney, Research Fellow - Making Genomic Medicine/Global Digital Exemplars STIS, SPS. Sharing health records: Blurring the medical and biomedical contexts? Catherine Heeney is a research…

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Prof Chris Dibben Can Anonymous data exist in an era of massive information availability? Data Controversies 2019

Prof Chris Dibben, Director of the Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland. Director of the Administrative Data Liaison Service. Can Anonymous data exist in an era of massive information availability?

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Dr Lachlan Urquart - Regulating Human Building Interaction - Data Controversies 2019

In this talk Lachlan explores the regulatory, technical and interactional implications of Adaptive Architecture (AA) and how it will recalibrate the nature of human-building interaction. We…

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Internet of Things Ethics and Governance - Data Controversies 2019

Introducing the work of the University of Edinburgh Ethic and Governance ACtion Group on Internet of Things, including a case on the Library Occupancy Monitoring Dr James Stewart, Science Technology…

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Epistemology, Ethics and Mind online masters: Graduates reflect on their experience

Francis from Aberdeen and Justina from the USA, reflect on what it's been like to study the online MSc in Epistemology, Ethics and Mind with the University. Join our online community:…

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Cate Heeney - Consent in health data governance- Controversies Week 3 2018

Cate Heeney - Consent in health data governance- Controversies in the Data Society Week 3 2018

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Claudia Pagliari - Consent in health data governance - Controversies Week 3 2018

Claudia Pagliari - Consent in health data governance - Controversies in the Data Society Week 3 2018

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5 - Balancing the Local and the Universal in Maintaining Ethical Access to a Genomics Biobank

Balancing the Local and the Universal in Maintaining Ethical Access to a Genomics Biobank Catherine Heeney Science Technology and Innovation Studies Shona Kerr MRC Institute of Genetics and…

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EUDACT 2017 Week 1 Part 1

"The use and evolution of digital data analysis and collection tools" EUDACT 2017 Week 1 Part 1 Introduction to 'digital research' methods and history.

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EUDACT 2017 Week 1 Part 2

EUDACT 2017 Week 1 Part 2

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Informed Consent Do Doctors Really Know Best?

In the inaugural Edinburgh Medical Debate which took place on Tuesday September 22nd 2015, a panel representing Medicine, Law and the Edinburgh student body debated the motion: "This house…

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The NHS: Is it financially sustainable?

Edinburgh Medical School and the Medical Students Council are pleased to host the second in the series of the Edinburgh Medical Debates. The subject of the debate is “The NHS: Is it…

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Holly Lawford-Smith: Collective Punishment after War

Dr Holly Lawford-Smith (University of Sheffield)Visiting Speaker Seminars, 3 October 2014

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