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Science Insights 2022 - Day 4 - BioQuarter

A video summarising day 4 of the 2022 Science Insights programme, in which 40 high school students visited the Edinburgh BioQuarter to gain work experience about biology and biomedical sciences.

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PhD students - Guide to using the Careers Service

A guide to using the Careers Service, for PhD students

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Finalists - Guide to using the Careers Service

A guide to the Careers Service, aimed at students in their final year of undergraduate study.

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All students - Guide to using the Careers Service

A guide to using the Careers Service, for students at all stages of their studies.

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Penultimate year students - Guide to using the Careers Service

Guide to using the Careers Service, for students in their penultimate year.

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Masters students - Guide to using the Careers Service

A guide to using the Careers Service, for Masters students.

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Research Insights: research is for everyone

For the final event of the series, it's over to you! Our audience told us what they'd like to hear about in this final event of the series. Two topics came up most often: genetics and…

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Research Insights: brain scanning - a lifetime in an image

How do you build 3D pictures of the most inaccessible of organs - the brain?When you hear the word "nuclear" what do you think of? For Dr Adriana Tavares, it’s changing perceptions.…

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Research Insights: too much blood - when periods are a problem

In her work as a gynacologist, Dr Jackie Maybin helps people whose menstrual bleeding is so heavy it affects their daily lives. In the lab she tries to understand what causes this heavy bleeding and…

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Research Insights | Science after Dolly: gene editing and ethics

Twenty-five years ago, scientists cloned a sheep and called it Dolly. In this Research Insights event, we were joined by Dr Christine Tait-Burkard and Dr Sarah Chan to discuss how science has…

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Research Insights: health data - what's in it for you?

What is health data? How does information about people’s health help to inform public health policy decisions? And how is data kept safe and secure? Speakers Professor Aziz Sheikh is one of…

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Course Introduction

Graham and Kitty welcome you to the course and provide an overview of what the course contains and how best to utilise what you learn in your day-to-day life.

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Research Insights | Traveller genes: genetics & ancestry

How do genes vary across populations and why is this important for understanding our health and the risk of diseases? In early 2021 a group of Scottish Travellers asked Professor Jim Wilson a…

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Mark Hoelterhoff Video - Wellbeing Paper Intro

An introduction from Mark Hoelterhoff

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Curriculum Transformation Programme Update - June 14th 2021

Curriculum Transformation Update - June 2021

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IAB2016 Promo

The 13th World Congress of Bioethics will explore what bioethics can contribute to individuals, public interests, and public goods – and Edinburgh is the perfect place to do it. www.iab2016.org

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