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Rice Production: Introduction

One of the largest quantities of grains produced globally is rice. Around 500 million tonnes of rice are consumed annually. Over a billion people rely on rice as a key element of daily diets. There…

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Waves in Complex Continua (Wavinar) - Radu Cimpeanu (University of Warwick)

Subtitles will appear soon. 05 April 2022 Radu Cimpeanu (University of Warwick Nonlinear Waves: Caught Between Asymptotic Analysis and High Performance Computing

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Using Mixed Methods in Psychological Research Part 1

An introduction to using mixed methods in psychological research.

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B11. Chronic inflammation

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B8. Injury & tissue reponse

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B5. Introduction to adaptive immunity

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B4. Effector cells of innate immunity

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B2. Activation of an immune response

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A8. Tissue homeostasis

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A7. Tissue structure & organisation

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A6. Tissue specialisation

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Rethinking Embryonic Germ Layers

Val Wilson and Elena Tzouanacou discuss their interests in mammalian cell lineages and how they came to identify one such lineage that violates a strict assumption of germ-layer segregation, as…

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Music Theory in Critical and Global Context

To set the scene, Nikki Moran (course lead) offers some context for your study of music theory by sharing ideas about how this course fits into the bigger landscape of music study.

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Introduction to Lecture 9

Introduction to the Content and Concepts in lecture 9

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How we define boundries

Mike Jess (Senior Lecturer) identifies different ways to define boundaries. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online learning programme is designed to give you the skills needed to collaborate…

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Episode 3 - Lana Zholudeva and Michael Lane

In this episode of the NECTAR 2021 podcast, Lana Zholudeva, a Postdoctoral Scholar at Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco and Michael Lane, an associate professor in the Department of Neurobiology…

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