New approach to feed production can transform climate impact of industries including fish farming
Two projects at the University of Edinburgh’s Innogen Institute are showing how a circular economy approach to feed production, using new bio-materials, can help industries including fish farming achieve climate change goals.
Edinburgh professor named one of the world’s most influential sociologists
Professor Donald MacKenzie was ranked 22nd in Academic Influence's 25 Top Influential Sociologists Today list, for his work on science and technology issues.
New format for Canadian election debates would make more time for leaders to present their policies
An Edinburgh researcher has proposed a new format for leader debates in Canadian elections, prioritising time for leaders to share simple information about their policies and benefiting, first and foremost, the least-informed voters.
Investigating the automation of social security in the UK
University of Edinburgh researchers are to study automated systems in the UK's Universal Credit scheme, to investigate how they affect different users and if they contribute to social inequalities.
CRITIQUE Roundtable: Training Environmentally Responsible Students
In this CRITIQUE roundtable event, we invite insights from teachers and researchers from a range of subject areas who broadly share an interest in training environmentally responsible students at the University of Edinburgh (UoE).
We will pay compensation from future profits: the nationalisation of foreign businesses in post-colonial Uganda
CAS Seminar - We will pay compensation from future profits: the nationalisation of foreign businesses in post-colonial Uganda
Intersectionality and mental health recovery in the Global South
A series of webinars on "mental health" and "recovery" co-hosted by the University of Edinburgh Global Mental Health network & Burans