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Dr Martin Reijns is a senior research fellow working in the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit. He was part of a team of university and NHS scientists who set up a COVID-19 diagnostics lab from scratch. Martin tells us how they did it. Dr Martin Reijns is one of the scientists who took on […]
With the shift to working online, our staff and students are running many more meetings, workshops and seminars using videoconference tools of one sort or another.  To support them, we have introduced a new service for Online and Digital Events, which provides advice and guidance on which videoconferencing tools are best to use for different […]
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  University of Edinburgh launches a blog publishing research on COVID-19 from across the arts, humanities and social sciences https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/covid19perspectives/     Jul 2, 2020
There is an abundance of COVID-19 research and engagement activities happening across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh and our project team is delighted to be part of such a dynamic group! The overall aims of our project, based in the School of Health and Social Science, are to conduct […]
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Louise Nicholson (MA 1976) has been in solo isolation since 18 March. Amidst the collapse and rethink of her freelance career, she lent her sewing skills to a common purpose, discovering community spirit and her own resilience in the process. Degree: MA History of Art, 1976 Current treasured object: My little walled garden just off […]
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