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Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

Dr Niki Vermeulen, Dr Bill Jenkins and team - Curious Edinburgh

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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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Inaugual Lecture: Professor Kev Dhaliwal

We are in the midst of a new technological revolution. The speed of change is staggering – imagination is driving previously unthinkable innovations.There is now an unprecedented opportunity to…

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New kidneys for old: a challenge for surgery and tissue engineering

Lorna Marson, Transplant Surgery & MRC Centre for Inflammation Research, Jamie Davies, Discovery Brain Sciences 5000 patients are currently waiting for a kidney transplant in the UK. Although we…

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MSc Physical Activity for Health

Programme Co-Director, Dr Ailsa Niven, introduces the Masters in Physical Activity for Health, a degree designed to address the pandemic and global public health issue of physical inactivity. Drawing…

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SCOPE newsletter review of the year 2018

A short video compilation of some of the professional highlights of 2018. Created for Scope, the e-newsletter of the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

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Dr Graham Nimmo: new MSc in Critical Care

Dr Graham Nimmo introduces the new online MSc in Critical Care https://www.edweb.ed.ac.uk/clinical-sciences/msc-in-critical-care

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Professor Geoff Simm: Inaugural lecture: Thought for Food - Food for Thought?

Inaugural lecture by Professor Geoff Simm, Professor of Global Agriculture and Food SecurityRecorded 3/12/2018 at the Roslin Auditorium. Abstract:Feeding the world's growing population well -…

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Dr Graham Nimmo and Professor Derek Bell edit 3

Dr Graham Nimmo and Professor Derek Bell discuss the proposed new online MSc in Critical Care.

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Food for Thought: Professor Geoff Simm

Promotional sting for Geoff Simm's inaugural lecture scheduled for 3 December 2018. thoughtforfood.eventbrite.co.uk

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It’s a Dogslife – using the web to understand dogs’ health over their lifetime

It’s a Dogslife – using the web to understand dogs’ health over their lifetimeDylan Clements, Carys Pugh, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary StudiesA quarter of UK households own…

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World Access to Higher Education Day: Elson Musenga

The first ever World Access to Higher Education Day is taking place on 28 November 2018. World Access to Higher Education Day is a platform to raise global awareness around inequalities in access…

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Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert

Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert Part of the College's inaugural lecture series.Recorded 12 November 2018.Abstract: It was only 350 years ago that the…

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Inaugural lecture: Born in a Microbial Cloud

Promo video for Professor Debby Bogaert's forthcoming inaugural lecture on 12 November 2018.

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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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Fish immune cells lend clues to spinal cord repair

Scientists have found the immune system plays a key role in helping zebrafish nerve cells to regenerate after injury. The findings offer clues for developing treatments that could one day help people…

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