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Dr Simone Dimartino's Group HPLC Conference Video: 3D printing Milan Cathedral for liquid separation

This video, which describes the application of 3D printing for liquid separation, was produced by Dr Simone Dimartino’s research group for the 48th International Symposium on High-Performance…

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Incorporating Human Rights in Scotland

Dr Kasey McCall-Smith discusses her project, "Incorporating Human Rights in Scotland," which aims to develop a best practice framework, using international examples of incorporation…

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EdiGow 2019 Keynote: Anne Peters

Keynote by Prof Anne Peters (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law) entitled, "Towards a more social international law" at the inaugural Edinburgh-Glasgow…

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International Legitimacy Interviews - Prof Jens Steffek

Interview with Prof Jens Steffek (Technical University of Darmstadt) as part of the Internatioanl Legitimacy project at Edinburgh Law School.

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International Legitimacy Interviews - Prof Ian Hurd

Interview with Prof Ian Hurd (Northwestern University) as part of the Internatioanl Legitimacy project at Edinburgh Law School.

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International Legitimacy Interviews - Prof Karen Alter

Interview with Prof Karen Alter (Northwestern University) as part of the International Legitimacy project at Edinburgh Law School.

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Street Art and Copyright Law in France: A conversation with Smita Kheria and Amélie Favreau

Smita Kheria speaks with Edinburgh Law School Visiting Fellow Amélie Favreau (Université Grenoble-Alpes) about street art and copyright law in France.

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IAB 2016 Legacy Film

The 13th World Congress of the International Association of Bioethics was held in Edinburgh on 14 - 17 June 2016.

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Professor Jason Meredith Reese Memorial

Playfair Library, Old College Tuesday 25 June 2019 Remembering Jason Reese and giving thanks for his life Due to copyright claims, we had to mute the songs played at the…

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Opportunities at the University

Performance Sports Coordinator, Katrina Bass, talks about the various opportunities within the University's sports facilities.

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MCF Summer School - Community Partners 2019

https://global.ed.ac.uk/mastercard-foundation-summer-school The Mastercard Foundation Summer School creates positive change for more than just the students who take part each year. The…

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Boghall Farm Introductory video

We provide a blended approach to teaching. Find out more about the outdoor teaching spaces where our students benefit from practical visits to complement their classroom learning.Music from…

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About the Empirical Legal Research Network

The Empirical Legal Research Network (ELRN) serves as a nexus for those interested in empirical research and the study of law in society facilitates trans-disciplinary research collaboration on…

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An introduction to MSc Intellectual History

This short video gives you an introduction to our MSc Intellectual History programme from Dr Stephan Malinowski

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Prof Emilios Avgouleas - From Speculative Finance to Sustainable Finance

Professor Emilios Avgouleas, Chair in Banking Law, delivers the eighth lecture in the 2015 Our Changing World series, entitled From Speculative Finance to Sustainable Finance. In this lecture,…

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BSc Geography - Exploring Iceland

Field trips are hard work, fun, and will provide some of the most memorable moments of your degree. Our BSc Geography students travel to Iceland to explore glaciers and volcanoes, as well as…

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