By Abbey Fleming A group of physicists at The University of Edinburgh has been awarded £3 million which will […]
by Vanessa Kennedy and Charlotte Barbour Today marks the start of Innovative Learning Week at The University of […]
By Fraser Ryan A study conducted by researchers at Edinburgh University has suggested bacteria may use a form […]
By Martha Shardalow It’s another bad week for security firm G4S as two UK universities choose not to […]
By Melissa Fernie Four law students are at the centre of a race row after painting their faces […]
Universities are working in conjunction with Lothian and Borders Police to raise awareness around the increase of rapes […]
A lack or low content of the protein IFITM3 due to genetic mutation can change a harmless flu […]
Edinburgh University’s Pollock Halls have the best accommodation fire safety record in Scotland. Following Freedom Of Information requests […]
A campaign will be launched during the Students Association elections at the end of March for the main library building on George Square to be open 24 hours a day.
The Student Council has already managed to extend the opening hours to 2:30am, and have previously argued for a 24-hour policy. Members of EUSA will now add their voice to the campaign, which is also keen to see other areas of the University, such as the Chrystal Macmillan building, extend their opening hours.
March sees the annual return of International Women’s Day (IWD) with events planned throughout Edinburgh to mark the […]
Edinburgh University was the scene of student protests yesterday. Those involved are demanding that the university reverse its […]
By Martin Adam Edinburgh University students have developed a bacterium which could ease the ability to detect land […]
Bottle www.12steptreatmentcentres.com By Jennifer Flett ChildLine issued a new worrying report this week stating that in the last […]
Normally, birthdays are a time for celebration. The first birthday of The Bowery this weekend has got people talking for different reasons, with widespread fear over the venue’s future.
Nick Eardley A report from Edinburgh University which suggests that minimum pricing of alcohol would help stem alcohol […]
By Adam Couper A fourth year student at Edinburgh University has been left out of pocket by a […]