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Spain NGOs and Cultural Associations collection

SPAIN NGOs and CULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS COLLECTION (in English and Spanish) Spain NGOs and cultural associations collection Avi Astor (Spain Team) Rosa Martinez Cuadros (Spain Team) Ghufran Khir Allah (Spain Team) Gary R Bunt (UK Team and Website data analysis) Anna Grasso (UK Team and Website data analysis) This collection is part of the Digital Islam […]

Spain NGOs and Cultural Associations collection introduction

SPAIN NGOs and CULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS (in English and Spanish) Spain NGOs and cultural associations collection introduction Avi Astor (Spain Team) Rosa Martinez Cuadros (Spain Team) Ghufran Khir Allah (Spain Team) Gary R Bunt (UK Team and Website data analysis) Anna Grasso (UK Team and Website data analysis) This collection is part of the Digital Islam […]

Podcast Series: Student Mental Health & Online Engagement

This two part podcast series produced by the Institute for Academic Development examines the impact of online engagement on students’ mental health.  It explores the positive sides of online engagement, the downsides, the unintended consequences and what we can do to make things a little bit better. Listen: Episode 17 – Student Mental Health & […]

Who we are

Steering Group Members 2023-2024   Dr Arianna Andreangeli, Senior Lecturer in European Law, Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh Dr Shereen Benjamin, Senior Lecturer in Primary Education, Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh Mr Matthew Brown, Student, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, University of Edinburgh Professor Jonathan Hearn, Professor […]

Anxiety: An Owner's Manual

          I am sure the University Chaplaincy won’t mind us sharing their blog on dealing with anxiety. In it, Kitty Wheater, UoE’s Mindfulness Chaplain, reflects on how we can learn to protect our own mental health by recognising and dealing with the creatures that live within us. Mindfulness drop-in sessions run Tuesday […]

Genetic associations with brain microbleeds: systematic review and meta-analyses.

OBJECTIVE: We performed a systematic review and meta-analyses to assess the evidence for genetic associations with brain microbleeds (BMBs). METHODS: We sought all published studies of the association between any genetic polymorphism and BMBs studied in a total of >100 people. We critically appraised studies, and calculated pooled odds ratios (ORs) using the generic inverse […]

Gardens by the Bay by Grant Associates and Wilkinson Eyre Architects

British architects Wilkinson Eyre and landscape architects Grant Associates have completed an enormous tropical garden in Singapore filled with tree-like towers, shell-shaped greenhouses and a 30-metre-high man-made waterfall. Lovely design where architecture explores theme of nature. I think it’s a very interesting idea to enhance on experience of nature where real nature cannot survive. I […]

Informatics Teaching Festival 2022: Design of Teaching and Learning

The Informatics Teaching Festival is back for a third consecutive year and will run Monday May 9th to Wednesday May 11th 2022. The 2022 Informatics Teaching Festival will focus on the design of teaching and learning and consist of the following sub-themes:   overview of course design (Day 1, May 9th 2022)   design to […]

How to cope with eco-anxiety

Communications Manager Sarah Ford-Hutchinson explores the concept of eco-anxiety, and what you can do to soothe – and be soothed by – nature. 10-16 May 2021 is Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK. This year’s theme is “nature”, recognising the positive impact nature has on our mental health. But what happens when the health […]

Join our team as an Associate Content Designer

We have a fixed-term opportunity to join our team and develop your skills in content design. This position would suit someone with a couple of years’ relevant experience. Applications deadline: 22 May 2023. The opportunity: Associate Content Designer First up, the basics. If these meet your expectations, it’s worth reading on… Grade 5 – £25,285-£28,929 […]


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