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Denmark seems to have defeated Covid-19, with a low infection rate. 75% of the population was completely vaccinated and returned to normal after all restrictions were lifted this month. GOVERNMENT BIG DECISION On September 10th, after Covid-19 was no longer regarded as “a serious threat to society”, Denmark resumed its life before the pandemic (from the […]
Creative Horizon Projects should be high risk/high gain in nature, bringing academics and industry together with the aim of breaking new ground and considering how technology could benefit the creative industries in the future. Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) Animation was keen to mark its 30th Anniversary in 2020 by celebrating and reimagining its student […]
PhD student, Louise Taylor is giving this talk below based on her PhD and also in response to requests from students for a talk on the links between mental health and the climate and ecological crisis – feel free to pass on. ‘Nature Connection, Rewilding and Ecotherapy: how to find health in nature practices in […]
Professor Hempton greeted us into his last lecture by thanking the University of Edinburgh for their great hospitality and thanking the blog respondents for meeting him for coffee al fresco. His stimulating and energetic lecture however soon warmed up the Playfair library. As usual, below is a short lecture summary, followed by a response by […]
Butterflies are very mystical creatures with different myths linking towards them, such as a white butterfly means an angle is looking over you. The life cycle of a butterfly is also very well known, the transformation from an egg to a beautiful animal is incredible. From another butterfly layer an egg on a leaf then […]
Winter Tales launch event 28th October 2021 Oct 14, 2021