3D图谜字谜the latest news from the university of edinburgh.
3D图谜字谜the following news articles were published in 2020:
President’s letter reveals his love of farming
He is revered by many as master politician … now a letter written by US President George Washington has shed light on his home life.
Edinburgh awarded Employer Champion status
The University has been designated as an Employer Champion by the Science Council for its support of its scientific staff.
Young people to help make Edinburgh a Smart City
School pupils in Edinburgh are being challenged to creatively use new technologies to tackle local issues as part of a new partnership.
Sustainable solar lamp wins global design award
A solar-powered light that Edinburgh researchers created from recycled plastics and ethically-sourced electronic components has won a prestigious design accolade.
Steroids could do more harm than good for coronavirus
Steroids should be avoided in the treatment of the current novel coronavirus, experts have advised.
Older people switch off from machine learning
Older people pick up new skills better when they believe they are learning from another person, rather than from a computer, a study suggests.
Arctic on red alert as lands grow greener
New research techniques are being adopted by scientists tackling the most visible impact of climate change – the so-called greening of Arctic regions.
Inaugural Higgs Chair appointed
A world-leading researcher in theoretical physics and fundamental cosmology has been appointed as the first Higgs Chair of Theoretical Physics.
Collaboration to improve life for ageing population
The University of Edinburgh and Legal & General have announced a major partnership to improve understanding of care in later life and to revolutionise how it is delivered.
Community grant scheme hits £200k milestone
A clinic for homeless people's pets, a data literacy club and a choir for refugees are among recent local projects to be backed by University grants.
European ties vital as UK exits EU
The Principal has underlined the University’s commitment to retaining a strong international outlook after Brexit.
Cultural groups seek solutions to data-driven dilemmas
Challenges set by five of Edinburgh’s leading cultural organisations have been selected as part of multi-million pound initiative to transform the city’s creative industries through data.