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Ruby Imrie on the Map of Accused Witches in Scotland project and the Witchfinder General data visualisation internship

This University of Edinburgh event was held on 24 November 2023 and focused on improving the representation of inspiring women online and celebrating the Central Library of Edinburgh's…

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Embedding routine data for enhanced evidence generation from cancer clinical trials

Recorded talk for the 2024 UK Interdisciplinary Breast Cancer Symposium

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Witches in Word, not Deed - a series of 3 talks at University of Edinburgh library

This University of Edinburgh event was held on 24 November 2023 and focused on improving the representation of inspiring women online and celebrating the Central Library of Edinburgh's…

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Epi course 3.6 - RCTs

Epi course RCTs

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Beyond the Books - Series 2: Episode 7 - Peter Davies

Beyond the Books is a podcast from the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at research and the people who make it happen. In this episode, host…

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'Role of Immune System in Depression: from mechanism towards new treatment', Dr Golam Khandaker

Immune system, particularly low-grade systemic inflammation, is implicated in pathogenesis of depression, schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders. Inflammation is thought to be a…

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SR course 5.1 - Search strategy - where to look?

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SR course 4.1 - What is critical appraisal and why is it important?

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Plant Breeding

This vignette will show how to simulate the wheat breeding programme described in Gaynor et al. (2017). In this breeding programme, there are several stages in a breeding cycle and several breeding…

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Effects of global discourse coherence on local contextual predictions - Georgia-Ann Carter

Context is vitally important for how we understand the world around us, and this is particularly so with language. We know that humans use a range of linguistic cues when understanding language to…

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ACCORD Update Event 1 (Part 2): Research Transparency

Marise Bucukoglu (Head of Research Governance, UoE) and Heather Charles (Head of Research Governance, NHS Lothian) discuss the national and local work ongoing around research transparency in health…

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ACCORD Update Event 1 (Part 1): ACCORD Overview 2022

Fiona McArdle, R&D Deputy Director, presents an overview of ACCORD services, information on how performance is measured and how the R&D office is funded.

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A Migrant’s Story: Designing Against Unconscious Bias in Digitised Historical Archives

Adam Crymble (UCL) presents 'A Migrant’s Story: Designing Against Unconscious Bias in Digitised Historical Archives.'Who do we digitize for? Who did we forget? The age of mass…

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Research During the Pandemic Webinar 13 - Reflections on managing research during the pandemic

'You can't move forward until you look back' Professor Tim Walsh reflects on his experience as NHS Lothian R&D Director during the Covid 19 pandemic.

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