The latest news from the University of Edinburgh.
The following news articles were published in 2022:
今年夏天, the University has funded a new city centre community parkrun at Holyrood Park in Edinburgh.
Sales of cigarettes and other tobacco products from UK convenience stores fell by almost half in three years, 研究显示.
A previously unknown Vincent van Gogh painting has been discovered as the result of research by an Edinburgh art historian.
Edinburgh’s campus will be buzzing with festival crowds once more this August as the city passes a significant cultural milestone.
Early data from a new space telescope has enabled Edinburgh astronomers to locate the most distant galaxy ever found.
A record number of University participants will take part in this year’s Commonwealth Games.
Children are more likely to prefer foods they believe to be natural to man-made options, 对它们的味道评价更高, 安全性和愿望, 一项研究表明.
Festival of words and wonder fills College of Art
大学的学生, staff and alumni are joining a line-up of inspirational events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival to celebrate the power of sharing stories and ideas.
博士Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), has received an honorary degree from the University of Edinburgh.
Blood test could predict future risk of leukaemia
A blood test could predict risk of developing leukaemia in the elderly population years in advance by identifying changes in blood cell production, 根据新的研究.
Post-pandemic diet shifts could avert millions of deaths
Covid-19 recovery plans should focus on healthier diets as much as economic growth to prevent huge numbers of avoidable deaths, 研究表明.
The University has joined an initiative that aims to create learning and job opportunities for young people to help combat the impact of Covid-19.