Reading time: 6 minutes Does a business have the power to change the world? University of Edinburgh alumni Karis Gill and Aayush Goyal certainly think so writes Charlotte Stapley, Publications Officer in Communications and Marketing.
Reading time: 3 minutes Many neurodivergent children across the UK are waiting for up to three years for assessment and diagnosis. More must be done to provide early support for these children writes Dr Sinead Rhodes, Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences.
Reading time: 6 minutes Edinburgh Innovations (EI) connects academic expertise with real-world challenges to drive innovation and impact through collaboration. Their Extraordinary People campaign celebrates the University’s innovators – ordinary people who have done extraordinary things with their academic careers and made their ideas work for a better world.
Reading time: 3 minutes This month, Kitty Wheater, Mindfulness Chaplain, reflects on a gift of narcissi, a memory of Covid, and how we heal from difficult memory itself.
Reading time: 2 minutes The Edinburgh Innovations consultancy team provides support to all University staff considering undertaking consultancy and service work. Consultancy is one of the key mechanisms through which the University transfers knowledge and delivers impact and provides services to industry.
Reading time: < 1 minute The Teaching Matters blog team shares an insight into its explorations of the latest learning and teaching themes.