The final event in The Future of Climate Justice series took place online with an extended community of climate justice leaders who share and examine the actions that can change systems. Climate justice is gender justice, it is environmental justice,…

On 14 October 2022, Indonesian writer and artist Khairani Barokka performed a new, archipelago-futurist piece on environmental and climate crises as the result of centuries of colonial extractivism. Through the colonial histories leading to the mistranslation of the Malay/Indonesian word…

Syeda, a recent graduate of our BSc Medical Sciences programme, talks about how she managed her wellbeing at University and offers advice to other students. Filmed in February 2020. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this video are those…

Find out how the University of Edinburgh makes the world a better place. Based in Edinburgh and being one of the top Universities in the UK helps. Nothing ordinary comes from this extraordinary place. Plus, we teach, research and engage…

The Tam Dalyell Prize is given annually by The University of Edinburgh to recognise staff who have delivered outstanding work in engaging the public with science. Have you have ever wondered why you move your hands when you’re talking, even…

In her first lecture, Professor Neiman argues that the excitement for heroes who exhibit a moral clarity must be weighed against returning to the mythological Greek hero “where the strong trampled on the weak without guilt or shame and called…

Edinburgh’s position as one of the UK’s leading research universities has been reaffirmed by the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF). According to Times Higher Education’s REF power ratings, the University of Edinburgh is fourth in the UK based on the…

The climate crisis is creating a legacy which future generations will have to live with. How can we design cities, source energy, and tell stories with their needs in mind? Join Professor Suzanne Ewing (Chair of Architectural Criticism, Edinburgh College…