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Ravelston Garden, Edinburgh

Ravelston Garden Ravelston Garden was designed between 1935 and 1937 by Norman Neil and Robert Hurd. Three blocks of sixteen flats each are set in a garden. Each block is X-shaped in plan, meaning…

From  Richard Anderson on May 24th, 2021 0 likes 15 plays 0  

Forces Fiona asks about Gravity

The fictional story titled 'Forces Fiona & The Laws of Motion' written by Amy Cook as part of the 2020/21 Geoscience Outreach & Engagement course for The City of Edinburgh…

From  Amy Laura Cook on April 19th, 2021 0 likes 12 plays 0  

CANTO 46

CANTO 46 This event showcases the Fifth Decad of Cantos (42-51) that Ezra Pound composed in 1934-36. While continuing on his epic journey, Pound started this section with new focus and new ideas. As…

From  John Glendinning on February 18th, 2020 0 likes 32 plays 0  

Begonia Biodiversity and Successful Field Trips in Asia with Dr Mark Hughes

Have you ever wondered how plant scientists discover new species in a genus? In this interview, we sit down with Dr Mark Hughes, a begonia researcher from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, who…

From  Annette Caroline Georgia Peach on December 19th, 2019 0 likes 13 plays 0  

And finally... what's your favourite Wikipedia article?

Staff and students at the University of Edinburgh were interviewed in March 2018 about their experiences with Wikipedia. As a final question, they were all asked what their favourite Wikipedia…

From  Ewan McAndrew on May 7th, 2018 0 likes 23 plays 0  

Wikipedia and Chemistry - Interview with Dr. Jenni Garden and Dr. Michael Seery

Interview with Dr. Jenni Garden and Dr. Michael Seery at the University of Edinburgh's School of Chemistry. Under discussion, Wikipedia's relationship with the study of chemistry and Ada…

From  Ewan McAndrew on April 16th, 2018 0 likes 130 plays 0  

Garden Dance: Dunfermline College of Physical Education. c.1950s

Dance set in unidentified garden grounds, possibly in Dunfermline. Dance style thought to be influenced by the techniques of Margaret Morris. http://archives.collections.ed.ac.uk/

From  Rachel Hosker on April 6th, 2017 0 likes 107 plays 0