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Episode 4 - Can blogging be used as an effective form of assessment

In episode 4, student guest host, Lila Pitcher (Academic Blogging Intern in Information Services), leads a discussion with Dr Nina Morris (Lecturer in Human Geography) and Dr Hazel Christie (Lecturer…

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Near Future Teaching Launch Event: 26 May 2019

A short video documenting the launch event for the final report emerging from the Near Future Teaching project. The event brought together a really diverse grouping of students, staff and friends…

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Prof. Nanette Mutrie - Encouraging People to 'Sit Less and Walk More'

Professor Nanette Mutrie, Chair in Physical Activity for Health, presents her inaugural lecture entitled "Encouraging People to 'Sit Less and Walk More': The Story so far and Future…

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Prof Agustin Fuentes - What makes us human_

Prof Agustin Fuentes - What makes us human

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Filippo Fontanelli: International Economic Law

Dr Filippo Fontanelli discusses his work on international economic law.

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Kasey McCall-Smith: Human Rights and Guantanamo

Dr Kasey McCall-Smith discusses her work on human rights obligations and Guantanamo.

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Andrew Lang: US-China Trade Relations

Prof Andrew Lang discusses his research on US-China trade relations.

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Andrew Lang: Global Meta Regulation

Prof Andrew Lang discusses his work on global meta-regulation.

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Nehal Bhuta: AI and Autonomous Weapons Systems

Prof Nehal Bhuta discusses his work on artificial intelligence and autonomous weapons systems.

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Nehal Bhuta: Systematic Bias and Autonomous Weapons Systems

Prof Nehal Bhuta discusses his work on systematic bias and autonomous weapons systems.

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Nehal Bhuta: The Ethics of Autonomous Weapons Systems

Prof Nehal Bhuta discusses his work on the ethics of autonomous weapons systems.

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Nehal Bhuta: Autonomous Weapons Systems

Prof Nehal Bhuta discusses his work on autonomous weapons systems.

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Know your enemy: unlocking the secrets of the tumour genome

Charlie Gourley: Nicola Murray Centre for Ovarian Cancer Research & Colin Semple: Institute of Genetics and Molecular MedicineIt has long been known that as cancer cells grow and evolve they…

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Alan Watson Watson Memorial Lectures: Challenging Enslavement

This lecture is part of the inaugural series of Alan Watson Memorial Lectures entitled, "Slavery and the Law in Eighteenth Century Scotland" at Edinburgh Law School.

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Alan Watson Memorial Lectures: Managing the Enslaved?

This lecture is part of the inaugural series of Alan Watson Memorial Lectures entitled, "Slavery and the Law in Eighteenth Century Scotland" at Edinburgh Law School.

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Alan Watson Memorial Lectures: Enslaved and Enslavers in Scotland

This lecture is part of the inaugural series of Alan Watson Memorial Lectures entitled, "Slavery and the Law in Eighteenth Century Scotland" at Edinburgh Law School.

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