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Supporting Open Education & Open Knowledge at the University

This webinar was hosted by the University of Edinburgh's OER Service as part of Open Education Week 2019. Join Lorna M. Campbell (OER Service), Stuart Nicol (Education Design and Engagement),…

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PJ2- Introduction

Introduction to the PJ2 video

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3. Campus Introduction

Introduction of campus for PJ2.

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of Nature's…

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Wikidata, Wikibase, & a federated ecosystem of knowledge - Dario Taraborelli, Daniel Mietchen

Over the past several years, interest in leveraging Wikidata as an open knowledge base has been growing in areas ranging from cultural heritage institutions and libraries to research and technology…

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Global eHealth online masters: Masafumi Komori - student testimonial

Japanese student, Masafumi, talks about studying Global eHealth online. Join our online community: https://www.ed.ac.uk/molecular-genetic-population/global-ehealth

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Prof Adam Waldman - Research in a Nutshell

Hear from Professor Adam Waldman, Chair of Neuroradiology, as he discusses his research interests around neuro oncology and neuro inflammatory diseases.

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Prof Carmel Moran - Research in a Nutshell

Hear from Professor Carmel Moran, Director of the Preclinical Ultrasound Imaging Facility, as she discusses her research into the development and use of contrast microbubbles for diagnostic and…

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Prof Megan Holmes - Research in a Nutshell

Hear from Professor Megan Holmes, Professor of Neuroendocrinology, as she describes her research into the effects of early life stress on adult brain function, such as increase in susceptibility to…

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