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Sometimes when I am sitting in meetings or speaking to colleagues regarding software deployments, coding changes, databases, conversational design tech even blogs  I might say the words “I haven’t got a clue what that is or how it works” (queue your best Luke Skywalker The Empire Strikes back scream of ‘No!’) and sometimes they laugh […]
In Times of Rain is part of the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival 2019 Official Selection taking place in February in Santa Fe.
A whistle-stop review of some of the visual highlights of 2018.
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Since the launch of the new academic blogging service we’ve been squirreling away behind the scenes adding new plugins and themes to improve our new service. Recently we’ve added the following plugins and themes, which we hope the community will find useful. Plugins: Akismet plugin – checks your comments and contact form submissions against Akismet’s […]
 Project Summary: You will develop and utilise a seismic monitoring system to monitor the mobilisation and transport of bedload in mountain rivers to understand impacts on flood hazard and fluvial erosion rates.  A full description of the project can be found on the E4 website. Project Background: Rivers that drain mountain catchments carry a bedload […]
A little over three months ago, I began my internship at the Centre of Research Collections at the University of Edinburgh. My aim was that of uncovering hidden stories of marginalised groups, and I started my research by focussing primarily on narratives of women whose remarkable lives have gone, until now, unnoticed. As the first […]

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