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Data Skills: Tidy Data

This lecture was created for the R(D)SVS generic Research Skills and Methods course, but it is a creative commons licensed lecture and anyone can use it. Learning OutcomesBy the end of this…

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CSE Cohort Lead Networking Event - 07 Rae Rosenberg (Geosciences UG)

CSE Cohort Lead Networking Event - 30MAY2023 07 Rae Rosenberg (Geosciences UG)

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Impacts of data on farm productivity, health and welfare

Dr Rebecca Doyle Timestamps: 0:00 - Introduction0:14 - The Value of Data for Productivity, Health and Welfare1:19 - Benchmarking2:57 - Continuous Improvements 4:28 - Blind Spots 6:06 - Conclusion …

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SACHA '23 - Rowan Alba: Group 1 Proposal

On 27 April 2023, four #EdChangeAgent‚Äč teams presented their final proposals to their host organisation, Rowan Alba. Each team screened a short video capturing their proposal for the challenge:…

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MCF Podcasts: Language and Communication are part of your identity

We shared how language and communication in new environments brought in the notion of self-awareness as scholars shared their challenges in communicating with people from different backgrounds. We…

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Mason Institute Investigates Episode 6: Ethics of vulnerability: Lessons from Just Emergencies

Leyla Noury from the Edinburgh Law School shares the best parts of Just Emergencies; a podcast produced by Rebecca Richards from the Edinburgh Law School. The Just Emergencies podcast series is the…

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AI & Pastoral Care for Christian Churches - 'Proximate and Ultimate Concerns in Christian Ethical Responses to AI'

As part of the AI & Pastoral Care for Christian Churches conference, Professor Michael Burdett (Assistant Professor in Christian Theology, University of Nottingham) delivers a talk titled…

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Serafina Cuomo

Who was an ancient mathematician? Reflections on the power of definitions. Serafina Cuomo Durham University/Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte

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Sustainability Story 6 - Henry Ibitolu (Week 2)

Henry Ibitolu, COP27 student delegate at the University of Edinburgh, talks about his passion for energy-efficient buildings and cities.

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Episode 1 - Public Health, Ethics and Law Research Network (PHELN): COVID-19 Vaccination Programmes in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

This is the first episode of the Mason Institute Investigates podcast. Professor Anne-Maree Farrell (Edinburgh Law School) is joined by Professor Mary Donnelly (University College Cork) to discuss…

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[IRR 2022] Avoiding Plagiarism

This is a brief talk about how to avoid plagiarism in a research review and project proposal.

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The Benefits of an Open-Science Approach in Student Research Projects - Emma MacKenzie & Felicity Anderson

Student projects can sometimes be overlooked when considering open science methods. This is perhaps because of the limited time available to complete the project, a lack of confidence in their open…

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Adaptive Non-Hierarchical Galerkin Methods for Parabolic Problems: Moving Mesh and Virtual Element Methods - Andrea Cangiani

Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Adaptive Non-Hierarchical Galerkin Methods for Parabolic Problems: Moving Mesh and Virtual Element Methods Andrea…

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Dispatches from the Frontlines of Environmental Justice

Dispatches from the Frontlines of Environmental Justice: A conversation on colonial resource extraction, gender violence, and COP26. First Nations activist Delee Nikal has travelled with…

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Computational Interlude - Week 8 - Jia Loy - part 3_3

3rd part of Computational Interlude 2 for Introduction to Cognitive Science 2021-22, Jia Loy

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Reformation 175 - Panel 2 - Reformed Theology in Church & Society [Video]

Discussion panel on Reformed theology in Church and society. Chair: Matthew Baines. Panellists: Dr. Sandy Forsyth, Dr. Nathan Hood and Robb Torseth.

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