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Category: thinking

I am writing this blog post on the final day of my internship. The 12 weeks have flown by! Over this period, a lot of progress has been made to the new version of the site. This has consisted of:• Quality checking the data by comparing the data from the Survey of Scottish Witchcraft to […]

Reading Time: 5 minutes Programme of Study and Year: Informatics (MInf), going into final year. Intern Position: Digital Learning Intern As a former Computer Science and Maths student (now just a Computer Science student), LaTeX has brought me much grief over my time at university. Writing my 30+ page dissertation using the software definitely increased my confidence in using […]

Hello, It’s been a while since my last blog post so it’s time for an update about my time as Witchfinder General Data Visualisation intern! Since my last post, I’ve been busy as ever, diving into the world of data quality assuring, tinkering with our website, and getting some insights from users and lots of […]

Reading Time: < 1 minute   I am excited to share that progress on the third edition of the “We Have Great Stuff” colouring book series is steadily moving forward. As we continue to work on this project, we want to remind you that entries for the book are still open until the 30th of July! In response to valuable […]

Reading Time: 5 minutes   Today, I had the privilege of sitting down with ten exceptional women in the field of Physics at the University of Edinburgh. During our conversation, we discussed their experiences, research, and remarkable achievements. I want to extend a special thanks to Jean-Christophe Denis, who organised this meeting. A Chat With Professor MacPhee Firstly, I […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes   Welcome back to another update on the third edition of the “We Have Great Stuff” coloring book series. I’m excited to share the highlights of our recent workshop and give you a glimpse of the incredible artwork created by our participants. We kicked off our month of coloring book workshops with the first session […]

I am now coming the end of my third week as the Witchfinder General – Data Visualisation intern and time has flown by. Over the past 2 weeks I have begun on the journey of Quality Assuring the data and improving the website.   This process began by dealing with the anomalies between the names and […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes Deadline: Friday, July 28th Contest Description This is your chance to be a part of the We Have Good Stuff Colouring Book series! We’re looking for illustrations inspired by the incredible women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) from the University of Edinburgh (UoE). Help us to highlight exceptional women and their extraordinary achievements […]

Reading Time: < 1 minuteUse this image bank to discover some of the University of Edinburgh’s wonderful women in science, technology, engineering, and maths!
Click on each photo to find out more about each woman’s career and achievement…

Dolly and 3 lambs underneath the Eiffel Tower.

Reading Time: 5 minutes   As we prepare to bring you the third edition of the We Have Great Stuff colouring book series, we are considering new ways to update the format and reflect changing technology. This year’s theme, STEM, naturally lends itself to the incorporation of the buzz word of the year– Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is now […]


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