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'Reality checking for Historians', Professor Julian Goodare

How do historians study people? We evaluate our evidence, obviously. I argue that we sometimes perform a 'reality check' on our evidence, applying human insight to it. This is a small…

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Adaptation CoP_ October 2022

We were joined by George Tarvit, Director at SSN and Iryna Zamuruieva, Climate Resilience Manager at Sniffer to discuss tools and reporting in the public sector as well as community adaptation…

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WEBINAR: An introduction to the commercial determinants of health, Part 3

Recordings of presentations from the webinar "An introduction to the commercial determinants of health" with SPECTRUM and the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) on 10 October…

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WEBINAR: An introduction to the commercial determinants of health, Part 2

Recordings of presentations from the webinar "An introduction to the commercial determinants of health" with SPECTRUM and the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) on 10 October…

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WEBINAR: An introduction to the commercial determinants of health, Part 1

Recordings of presentations from the webinar "An introduction to the commercial determinants of health" with SPECTRUM and the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) on 10 October…

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ESALA Frictions Lecture: Anke Boehme (Public Practice)

Anke Boehme (Public Practice)

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ESALA Frictions Lecture: Alison Killing

Alison Killing: Killing Architects

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ESALA Frictions Lecture: Annmarie Adams

Grand Plans: hospital architecture and what it tells usThis talk explores the role of monumentality in a century of hospital design. From the sprawling British pavilion-plan building typology to…

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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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Fourier's hieroglyphs, Jean Dhombres

This public lecture was part of the Fourier Analysis @200 workshop at ICMS. We were delighted to welcome speaker Jean Dhombres (École des hautes études en sciences sociales/ The School…

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The Rough Journey of Brownian Motion, Ilya Chevyrev

This public lecture was part of the Harmonic Analysis, Stochastics and PDEs workshop at ICMS. We were delighted to welcome speaker Ilya Chevyrev (University of Edinburgh) for this public lecture.The…

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TestEd expert update - 7 June 2022

(Recorded 7 June 2022) Professor Linda Bauld, John Usher Chair of Public Health, shares her insights on the latest developments in Scotland relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. This week's video…

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Chris Budd Public Lecture - Computing: past, present and future

During May 2022, ICMS hosted the Research Workshop - Adaptive Moving and Anisotropic Meshes for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs. This public lecture was part of the workshop. Computers…

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Adaptation CoP_ May 2022

Adaptation CoP May meeting.

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Jack Carr Inaugural Lecture: Ngô Bảo Châu on the functional equation of automorphic L-functions

ICMS and the Jack Carr Fund are delighted to present the Inaugural Jack Carr lecture, given by the 2010 Fields Medallist Professor Ngô Bảo Châu. The lecture, which we hope to make an…

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ESALA Public Lectures Series: Rotor (Gaspard Geerts & Arne Vande Capelle - Geddes Visiting Fellows)

Reuse: Rediscovering a PracticeToday, reuse is often presented as a new thing, an innovation that requires complex technical solutions, a whole new branch of building materials and lots of expansive…

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