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Economic and Social Impact

An independent report has found that the University of Edinburgh generates £7.52 billion per year to the UK economy. In the academic year 2021-2022, every pound spent by the University produced…

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Epi course 1.2 - History - Analytic

epi course - history

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Epi course 1.1 - History - Descriptive

Epi course

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Arithmetic of Intersections of Two Quadrics, After Nearly 40 Years - Jean-Louis Colliot-Thélène

Rational Points on Higher-Dimensional Varieties Arithmetic of Intersections of Two Quadrics, After Nearly 40 Years Jean-Louis Colliot-Thélène (Université Paris-Saclay, Centre…

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Alumni Perspectives: Partners of White & Case LLP

On 8 March 2022, Edinburgh Law School was pleased to host an alumni panel with partners from White & Case LLP. The panel included Jacquelyn MacLennan (LLB, 1983), Colin Harley (LLB, 1998) and…

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Data Citizens and the Right to Data

Prof Jennifer Gabrys (University of Cambridge) presents her work on citizen sensing and the data rights issues it raises. Environmental sensors are meant to activate particular forms of data-oriented…

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IDS 2021 - Week 09 - Code along

Recording of code-along session for Week 09.

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Alumni Perspectives: Robbie McLaren, Partner, Latham & Watkins

Robbie McLaren (LLB, 2003) is a partner in the London office of Latham & Watkins, and serves as Global Vice Chair of the firm’s Healthcare & Life Sciences Industry Group and Co-Chair of…

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Shahed Saleem: 'Can architecture be decolonised?' | ESALA Frictions Public Lecture 2021-22

'Can architecture be decolonised?' Abstract:What does it mean to decolonise architecture, where do we start to understand and undertake this process? In this lecture Shahed Saleem will…

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Intro Cog Sci Framing Representations

First part of Framing lecture for theme Representation on Introduction to Cognitive Science 2021-22, Mark Sprevak

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Translational research case study CMVM - Fraser

This interview features a real-life account of a researcher’s journey, based here at the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning…

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BHoM 2021: Welcome by Chris Pritchard (President, MA and Jon Keating (President, LMS)

BHoM 2021: Welcome by Chris Pritchard (President, MA and Jon Keating (President, LMS)

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Networking - Stories

A group of early career researchers and advanced professionals share their advice and experiences based on their networking journey. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning…

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Virginals

Jan Waterfield plays a 1668 virginals, part of the harpsichord family, made at the height of the restoration of the monarchy. Music: John Blow, Almand in A minor.

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Science and storytelling: Why who we talk about matters - Dr. Jess Wade at Wikimania 2021

LIGHTNING TALK: Science and storytelling: Why who we talk about matters & Celebratory Toast Dr. Jess Wade will talk about Science and storytelling: Who we talk about matters.Dr. Wade is a…

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Popular Piano

How did the piano become the popular instrument we play today? Discover how one maker changed the fortune of the instrument in the late 18th century.

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