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Inside a Medieval Manuscript by Dr Sally Crumplin

Inside a Medieval ManuscriptDr Sally Crumplin explores what can we learn from a single medieval manuscript and give an insight into 12th-century society in Southern Scotland, Northern England and…

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Dementia Prevention Open Lecture Series - What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 1

What is Neurodegenerative Disease? Part 1In our first lecture, Prof. Craig Ritchie will provide an introduction to the Dementia Prevention Open Lecture Series, discusses how, when and where dementia…

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8 February 2019 — Luke March and Mathias Thaler (University of Edinburgh)

Teaching Populism

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DE seminar: Professor Shaaron Ainsworth - What (And Why) Can We Learn By Drawing?

Digital Education seminar series 25th January 2019 www.de.ed.ac.uk Abstract In recent years, we have seen an increasing interest in drawing as a way to support learning across the curriculum, for…

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Wangia, Imaging MSc online student

Hear from Wangia, a general surgeon with an interest in imaging. He completed the Edinburgh Imaging Academy, Imaging MSc programme in 2018. In this video he discusses why he recommends this…

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Daniel, Neuroimaging for Research online student

Hear from Daniel, a clinical neurosurgeon with an interest in neuroimaging. He completed the Edinburgh Imaging Academy, Neuroimaging for Research MSc in 2018 & has successfully used our programme…

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18 Jan 2019 — Steve Goldstein (US State Department [former])

‘Would You Like to be Undersecretary of State?’ 100 Days in the Trump Administration

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Chicago 1950 — Another Look

27 Nov 2014 — Howard Becker (author of Outsiders, Art Worlds and other sociological works)

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25 Jan 2019 — Ethics Forum: Paul McKeigue (Edinburgh Usher Institute)

Fake News? Weighing Evidence in an Information War

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Research Forum Series | Professor Wray Vamplew critically examines the relationship between sport and alcohol

Research Forum Series Professor Wray Vamplew critically examines the relationship between sport and alcohol Physical Activity for Health Research Centre 6th December 2018

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