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Episode 2 - Climate optimism or fatalism: Teaching climate change in today's university

This podcast complements the University’s Teaching Matters blog, and invites students and staff to engage in topical conversations. The first three episodes accompany the Teaching Matters…

From  Sarah Thomas 3 Months ago 0 likes 14 views 0  

2018 Owen James - Human myelin in a dish

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition requires PhD students to compete to deliver the best research presentation in just three minutes (and one slide). The presentations were recorded on…

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Inaugural lecture of Professor Neil Mabbott: Prions - ninja pathogens and immune system hijackers

Prion diseases are a unique group of brain diseases in animals and humans which cause extensive damage to nerve cells in the brain, to which there is currently no effective treatment or cure. Some…

From  Jenny Durkin A year ago 0 likes 97 views 0  

CJD study brings fresh hope in quest for treatments

Scientists have developed a new system to study Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in the laboratory, paving the way for research to find treatments for the fatal brain disorder. The team have devised a…

From  Jennifer Middleton A year ago 0 likes 133 views 0  

Astrobiology - The structure of life - Cells

This project was created by the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh.

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Supercytes cartoon - All cells (compilation)

This resource is from the Supercytes website - http://www.ed.ac.uk/supercytes Copyright © Donald J. Davidson, University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY-NC-SA This work is licensed under a Creative…

From  Stewart Cromar 2 Years ago 3 likes 331 views 1  

Siddharthan Chandran: Can the damaged brain repair itself?

After a traumatic brain injury, it sometimes happens that the brain can repair itself, building new brain cells to replace damaged ones. But the repair doesn't happen quickly enough to allow…

From  Rebecca Devon 2 Years ago 0 likes 44 views 0  

3D-printing with the Ultimaker 3 for Engineering Science - Dr. Norbert Radacsi

Dr. Norbert Radacsi shows how 3D-printing can be implemented into the field of science and research. His students are currently working on energy storage and biomedical applications. Further…

From  Michel Vong 2 Years ago 1 likes 228 views 0  

MRC Centre for Inflammation Research - Overview (full length edit)

MRC Centre for Inflammation Research at The University of Edinburgh is an internationally leading research Centre that brings together outstanding clinical and basic science researchers to study…

From  Stewart Cromar 2 Years ago 0 likes 28 views 0  

MRC Centre for Inflammation Research - Overview (short edit)

MRC Centre for Inflammation Research at The University of Edinburgh is an internationally leading research Centre that brings together outstanding clinical and basic science researchers to study…

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Supercytes cartoon - T helper cell

This resource is from the Supercytes website - http://www.ed.ac.uk/supercytes Copyright © Donald J. Davidson, University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY-NC-SA This work is licensed under a Creative…

From  Stewart Cromar 2 Years ago 1 likes 105 views 0  

Supercytes cartoon - B cell

This resource is from the Supercytes website - http://www.ed.ac.uk/supercytes Copyright © Donald J. Davidson, University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY-NC-SA This work is licensed under a Creative…

From  Stewart Cromar 2 Years ago 1 likes 64 views 0  

Supercytes cartoon - Cytotoxic T cell

This resource is from the Supercytes website - http://www.ed.ac.uk/supercytes Copyright © Donald J. Davidson, University of Edinburgh 2017 CC BY-NC-SA This work is licensed under a Creative…

From  Stewart Cromar 2 Years ago 1 likes 73 views 0