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SIMCO 6.1

Lecture part 1

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Our student Ruby on studying an MSc in Marine Systems and Policies

Interested in doing an MSc that truly respects and integrates interdisciplinarity into your degree program? Ours MSc Marine Systems and Policies might be for you. From the outset, you will learn how…

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Professor Ailsa Niven

Professor Ailsa Niven talks about her research at PAHRC.

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Rehela Hussain_Intro

Rehela Hussain_Intro

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Book launch: Embodied Narratives Protecting Identity Interests through Ethical Governance of Bioinformation

A conversation between the author Emily Postan (Edinburgh School of Law), and colleagues John Appleby (Lancaster University) and Muriel Leuenberger (Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics) to mark…

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How to... Make connections with Platform One (UG/PGT/PGR)

This session will introduce you to Platform One, the University's online community, and show you how you can use it to make connections and get advice from all kinds of people during your…

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Mason Institute Investigates Episode 8: Clinician-Led Evidence-Based Activism

Welcome back for another episode of Mason Institute Investigates. In this episode Dr Piyush Pushkar and Dr Louise Tomkow from the University of Manchester talk about their research on clinician-led…

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What drew you to Edinburgh?

Why might you choose to study in Edinburgh? Dr Ben Bateman and Dr Frauke Matthes talk about what drew them to the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures at the University of Edinburgh from the…

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Pedro Feitoza: Religion and Regionalism in Brazil

On November 1, 2022, we were pleased to have our new Lecturer in Latin American Christianity, Dr Pedro Feitoza, deliver a paper entitled “Religion and Regionalism in Brazil: The Dynamics of…

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[IRR 2022] Introduction (Part 2): What is a literature review and how to get started?

This part of the lecture explains what a literature review is and how to get started with the IRR

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engage - Is sociable curiosity the most important graduate attribute? 23/06/22

This session is an opportunity to discuss links between three crucial features of a healthy university: curiosity, sociability, and wellbeing. · Curiosity: Are we doing the best we can…

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MSc Offer Holder Information Event + Q&A - June 2022

Join our Director of Teaching and MSc Programme Coordinator to hear about our School, your degree programme structure, course selection, and teaching plans. Please see the attachments tab for links…

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Kaltura Capture recording - January 18th 2022, 3:19:41 pm

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Same questions, different answers? A view of mental health law from England & Wales -Alex Ruck Keene

The Mason Institute Lunchtime Seminar Series presents: Same questions, different answers? A view of mental health law from England & Wales Alex Ruck Keene is an experienced barrister,…

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CJS Seminar - The Pandora Papers: Legal and Social Implications

In association with LLM and MSc programmes at the Schools of Law of the Universities of Leeds and Edinburgh, the Crime, Justice and Society seminar series are happy to announce an additional session.…

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Plato Lecture 3.3 new

Plato 3.3

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