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A tour of the Nucleus

A quick tour of the Nucleus building at King's Buildings - College of Science and Engineering. Three female students highlight the learning, teaching and studying facilities at the new building.

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Applying for an undergraduate degree in the College of Science and Engineering

Find out how to apply for an undergraduate programme in Science and Engineering at the University of Edinburgh

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CSE Head of College Iain Gordon welcomes new and returning students

College of Science and Engineering Head of School, Iain Gordon welcomes new and returning students from the Nucleus building at King's Buildings.

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Equality Diversity and Inclusion at The College of Science and Engineering

Head of College Dave Robertson and Dean of Systematic Inclusion Karen Halliday give a brief overview of Equality Diversity and Inclusion at The College of Science and Engineering.

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The True Final Frontier: oceans from space; Dr Encarni Medina-Lopez

It is commonly said that we know more about space than about our seas, but what about studying the ocean from space? Satellite data has been used for decades in land studies, but ocean observation is…

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Atlantic Adventures with ATLAS: understanding deep-sea ecosystems at ocean basin scale; Prof Murray Roberts

The deep sea is the last frontier on Earth, but it's not immune to human activities or global change. From 2016-20 ATLAS worked across Europe, Canada and the USA to study deep-sea Atlantic…

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IAD Finding Academic Literature - for CSE PGR (26 Jan 2021)

One of the first tasks a research student has to undertake is producing a literature review. This session will help by providing a brief introduction to library resources and services. The session…

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The smallest astronauts: how can microorganisms support us in space?; Dr Rosa Santomartino

Microorganisms such as bacteria are everywhere on Earth's biosphere, including the human body, and will necessarily follow us as we explore space. As they play many important roles here on Earth…

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IAD Finding Academic Literature - for CSE taught postgraduates

One of the first tasks a research student has to undertake is producing a literature review. This session will help by providing a brief introduction to library resources and services. The…

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IAD Finding Academic Literature - for CSE PGRs

One of the first tasks a research student has to undertake is producing a literature review. This session will help by providing a brief introduction to library resources and services. The…

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CSE Town Hall - 24 August 2020

The College of Science & Engineering held a Town Hall event for its staff on the 24th August, 2020. It was chaired by David Robertson, Head of College, with support from other members of the…

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CSE Town Hall Meeting 14 July 2020

Town Hall meeting for CSE Staff led by Head of College Prof Dave Robertson, this session was focussed on Professional Services Staff queries.

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CSE Town Hall - 09 June 2020

The College of Science & Engineering held a Town Hall event for its staff on the 9th June, 2020. It was chaired by David Robertson, Head of College, with support from other members of the…

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Artificial Intelligence versus Us: building explainability and ethical responsibility into automated systems; Dr Vaishak Belle

Artificial Intelligence provides many opportunities to improve modern society, and it has enjoyed significant investment globally. Indeed, discovering patterns and structures in data in an automated…

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Lab-grown human eggs; Prof Evelyn Telfer

2018 marked the 40th anniversary of the birth of the first IVF baby and since then there have been over 8 million babies born through IVF. There have been many developments in the area of Assisted…

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Learning from Vikings: archaeological lessons for 21st century climate change adaptation

The end of Norse Greenland is an iconic example of societal collapse, but how can we use this, and other ‘completed experiments’ from the past to inform contemporary debates about the…

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