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Mason Institute Investigates Episode 7: Longevity for me, but not for thee? Longevity protocols and the ethics of healthy ageing.

Welcome to a new season of the Mason Institute Investigates podcast. Starting off this season, we have Dr Ilke Turkmendag, Senior Lecturer in Law, Innovation and Society from the University of…

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Not going to waste: preserving Scotland’s COVID-19 wastewater data - Livia Scorza & Andrew Millar

Particles of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the causative agent of the COVID-19 disease, can enter the sewage system through faeces of infected people. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has…

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2.3 Birth of the internet

Internet and Society 2021 2.3 Birth of the internet

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INTRODUCTION I – What are systematic reviews? - Anne Martin

Dr Anne Martin provides an overview of what the course is about, this includes: - what a systematic review is about - how it is different from other types reviews - what the processes are - a…

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INTRODUCTION II - The Systematic Review Process - Dave Saunders

This is the second part of the introduction explaining what the overall process of reviewing looks like.

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Three Minute Thesis Final 2018

Three Minute Thesis Final 2018

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Dr Gillian Macnaught - Research in a nutshell

Hear from Dr Gillian Macnaught, lead PET-MR physicist, as she discusses her scientific management of & technical innovations research into, the PET-MR scanner at the Edinburgh Imaging Facility -…

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Dr Grant Mair - Research in a nutshell

Hear from Dr Grant Mair, a Neuroradiologist & research fellow, as he highlights his brain research which has a stroke and computed tomography focus.

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Kathabhidhana - an open toolkit for anyone to record their language in a human and machine readable form.

Kathabhidhana is an open toolkit for anyone to record their language in a human and machine readable form. It is a collection of open source tools, educational material, and open sample datasets.…

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Single-link, complete-link, Ward's method

Single-link, complete-link, Ward's method

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