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Course Review: Introduction to Philosophy

Provider: University of Edinburgh at Coursera [course page]
Lecturer: Various (one per week)
Subject: Humanities / Philosophy
Delivery: Self-paced Synchronous study… 244 more words

Reviews

Living organ regenerated for first time

Source: KurzweilAI, April 10, 2014

A team of scientists at the University of Edinburgh has rebuilt the thymus of an old mouse  — the first regeneration of a living organ. 120 more words

Health

The April Post: the ISC, Beltane Festival and Hot Cross Buns

Spotlight on…..the International Student Centre!

The ISC is the student-run arm of the International Office, dealing with the social aspects of the international community in Edinburgh.  959 more words

Brain Cell Find Points To New Brain Cancer Therapies

Insights into how brain cells are produced could lead to treatments for brain cancer and other brain-related disorders. 

Scientists have gained new understanding of the role played by a key molecule that controls how and when nerve and brain cells are formed – a process that allows the brain to develop and keeps it healthy.

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Neuroscience

Week Twenty-Nine - An Alternative Project

A bit of an odd week, this last one. For a start, the complete emptiness in the office at the moment started to get pretty eerie after a while and I had to counteract the deathly silence by putting some music on. 558 more words

PhD

BIEA Seminar: Rain, Power, Sovereignty & The Materiality Of Signs In Southern Zimbabwe, Apr. 16 2014 @ BIEA / IFRA

Rain, Power, Sovereignty and The Materiality Of Signs In Southern Zimbabwe

Date: Wednesday 16th April 2014
Venue: British Institute in Eastern Africa, Laikipia Road, Kileleshwa, Nairobi…

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Events

Ain't Nothing Like A Dame: Dame Stella Rimington

Dame Stella Rimington’s Public Lecture

Friday 11 April 2014

Playfair Library Hall, Old College, University of Edinburgh

 

Edinburgh Spy Week is a series of events exploring the fascinating world of espionage fiction in literature and film, organised by members of the Department of English at the University of Edinburgh in partnership with Edinburgh Filmhouse, the National Library of Scotland, and Blackwell’s Bookshop. 1,963 more words

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