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1 Scientist, 1 Question, 1 Minute! - What can volcanic ash layers tell us about the past? Professor Andy Dugmore

What can volcanic ash layers tell us about the past? - Professor Andy DugmoreListen to Professor Andy Dugmore, from the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh, explain what volcanic ash…

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Welcome to our new Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Mathieson

Professor Mathieson joins Edinburgh from the University of Hong Kong where he was President and Vice-Chancellor, having previously been Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University…

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Inaugural lecture: Imaging - much more than a pretty picture

Images surround us. They permeate our physical and virtual spaces. They also populate somewhat less conspicuous, but important territories.Images underpin a large variety of research - from clinical…

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Professor Jim Hough: The Engineering Challenges of Detecting Gravitational Waves (MP3 Audio)

Professor Jim Hough, OBE, FRS, FRSE, FInstP, FAPS, FRAS The Engineering Challenges of Detecting gravitational waves A century ago, Albert Einstein published his General Theory of Relativity and…

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Professor Jim Hough: The Engineering Challenges of Detecting Gravitational Waves

Professor Jim Hough, OBE, FRS, FRSE, FInstP, FAPS, FRAS The Engineering Challenges of Detecting gravitational waves A century ago, Albert Einstein published his General Theory of Relativity and…

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Introduction to DSTI Programme

Professor Dave Robertson Programme Director Data Science, Technology and Innovation online distance learning programme Join the new generation of interdisciplinary data scientists, technologists and…

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Inaugural Lecture of Professor Alistair Borthwick, Chair of Applied Hydrodynamics (MP3 audio only)

Water and Sediment: A Cascade across Scales Water and sediment work together to move material, sculpt landscapes, and contribute to the carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles. This lecture will…

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Inaugural Lecture of Professor Alistair Borthwick, Chair of Applied Hydrodynamics

Water and Sediment: A Cascade across Scales Water and sediment work together to move material, sculpt landscapes, and contribute to the carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles. This lecture will…

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Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Walking for Wellbeing

Social Wellbeing MOOC WK2 - Walking for Wellbeing

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Treating injured lungs by extinguishing inflammation

11th February 2015 Professor Timothy Walsh, and Professor Adriano Rossi, MRC Centre for Inflammation Research at the University of Edinburgh Many critically ill patients develop inflammation in…

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Obesity - how do our genes contribute?

14th January 2015Dr Mandy Drake and Professor Nik Morton, University of Edinburgh / BHF Centre for Cardiovascular Science In recent years, obesity has become a problem for the health of our…

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New and future diabetes therapies

Dr Shareen Forbes, the University of Edinburgh/British Heart Foundation Centre for Cardiovascular Science and Professor Kevin Docherty, University of Aberdeen. Prior to the discovery of insulin in…

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Cervical cancer, vaccines and how to help the reproductive health of the developing world

10th December 2014 Professor Sarah Howie, MRC Centre for Inflammation Research at the University of Edinburgh, and Professor Heather Cubie, HPV Research Group University of Edinburgh In Scotland…

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