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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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Promoting fairer access to Scottish universities: how can this be achieved?

This is the second annual memorial lecture in honour of the late Professor David Raffe. Professor Vikki Bolover of Durhan University drew on her recent research in Scotland to consider how we can…

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Climate Crisis Event

Climate Crisis Panel Event

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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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Epistemology, Ethics and Mind online masters: Graduates reflect on their experience

Francis from Aberdeen and Justina from the USA, reflect on what it's been like to study the online MSc in Epistemology, Ethics and Mind with the University. Join our online community:…

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EFP 11: Grey Gardens

Emily and Amanda discuss the Maysles' documentary "Grey Gardens," a film on the iconic Bouvier-Beale mother and daughter in their dilapidated home.

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Scotland: The challenge of realising inclusive education when it comes to 'race'

Scotland: The challenge of realising inclusive education when it comes to 'race' Professor Rowena Arshad OBEChair in Multicultural and Anti-Racist Education and Head of The Moray House…

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Prof Ian Marshall - Research in a nutshell

Hear from Professor Ian Marshall, a medical physicist as he highlights his medical physics-based research - applications of magnetic resonance (MR) in brain imaging, improving technical factors,…

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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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Professor David Newby - Research in a nutshell

Hear Professor David Newby, BHF John Wheatley Chair of Cardiology, as he discusses his research into heart attacks & coronary artery disease.

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Professor Lindsay Paterson | Scottish Education Policy : why statistics matter

Professor Lindsay Paterson is from the School of Social and Political Science | University Of Edinburgh - He presents research data on large scale historical and contemporary statistical surveys of…

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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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