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EIE - Scotland’s Premier Tech Investor Showcase

EIE - Scotland’s Premier Tech Investor Showcase

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EIE 2018 Investor Film

EIE 2018 Investor Film

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We Have Great Stuff (14th May 2019)

Some lovely artworks from today’s 'Mental Health Awareness Week' colouring book session (14th May 2019).👩‍🎨👉 'We have great stuff' colouring book 👈👨‍🎨Copyright…

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EFP 19: Best Films of 2018

In this episode, Kat and Dr David Sorfa are joined by Dr Pasquale Iannone, Teaching Fellow in Film Studies. They look back at 2018 and discuss some of the best films of the year, including The…

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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Edinburgh Global - Go Abroad Fund and the Homecoming event

Go Abroad Projects Assistant Randall Reinhard explains the Go Abroad Fund, the Homecoming event and why it is so important that students take part in international travel. …

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The University Listening Project

“The University Listening Project” is part of the What’s the University for? series, which Edinburgh University Chaplaincy has been running since 2012. We promote courageous and…

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2018 at Roslin

2018 was an exciting year at The Roslin Institute, filled with news-worthy research, awards, scientific and public events, training courses and more.

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Session 3 - World Pneumonia Day - November 12th 2018

This year we are hosting the Edinburgh World Pneumonia Day Symposium to both highlight the ongoing work in Edinburgh that is seeking new ways to combat the disease, and to place these studies in…

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Session 2 - World Pneumonia Day - November 12th 2018

This year we are hosting the Edinburgh World Pneumonia Day Symposium to both highlight the ongoing work in Edinburgh that is seeking new ways to combat the disease, and to place these studies in…

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Session 4 - World Pneumonia Day - November 12th 2018

This year we are hosting the Edinburgh World Pneumonia Day Symposium to both highlight the ongoing work in Edinburgh that is seeking new ways to combat the disease, and to place these studies in…

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Session 1 - World Pneumonia Day - 12th November 2018

This year we are hosting the Edinburgh World Pneumonia Day Symposium to both highlight the ongoing work in Edinburgh that is seeking new ways to combat the disease, and to place these studies in…

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Mental Health and Wellbeing Week: Lorraine Close

Clinical Skills Facilitator Lorraine Close on how to deal with the stresses of everyday life.

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Mental Health and Wellbeing Week: Kelly Douglas

Kelly Douglas, postgraduate administrator with the Centre for Regenerative Medicine, talks about the importance of maintaining good mental health.

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Mental Health and Wellbeing Week: Lara Campana

Post-doctoral researcher Lara Campana talks about overcoming an eating disorder.

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Mental Health and Wellbeing Week: Jennifer Pewsey

Medical student Jennifer Pewsey on living and working with borderline personality disorder.

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