The University of Edinburgh hosted a musical and literary event in celebration of the centenary of one of […]
The University of Edinburgh celebrated Saint Andrew’s day by holding their annual traditional music concert at St Cecilia’s […]
By Sam Khan-Mcintyre Psychologists at the University of Edinburgh have found that levels of facial symmetry can show […]
by Boyana Atanasova Students from University of Edinburgh have started an Anti Cuts Coalition as a result of […]
Scientists have recently discovered why some people are apple shaped and others pear shaped.
University of Edinburgh researchers have defined one particular protein that plays a crucial part in determining how fat is stored and distributed in the body. By obtaining a greater understanding of how this protein works, medicines can be developed to treat obesity.
Dr Nicholas Morton, from the University’s Centre for cardiovascular research said “this study opens up new avenues for research, and gives us a much better idea of why some fat in the body becomes unhealthy while other fat is safely stored for energy”.
by Sofia Gonçalves David Cameron is going on a trip to China this month, to meet with the […]
By Joel Sked Studying at university has taken a step further into the digital age thanks to the […]
Edinburgh: The UK economy may be venturing out of recession but the financial impact on Scottish universities may […]
By Shane de Barra Ever wondered what goes on beneath the skin? While most of us go about […]