For the fourth consecutive year, the University’s Confucius Institute has been honoured as ‘Institute of the Year’.
Published 15 December.
A University project is seeking to make water supplies in West African villages safer to drink.
Published 15 December.
Edinburgh will collaborate with South African institution to fight HIV and promote environmental sustainability.
Published 2 December.
A scheme supported by the University is helping to create the next generation of world-class rally drivers.
Published 22 November.
The amount of help given by Scotland to one of the world’s poorest countries has been revealed by University research.
The International Office is proud to launch Global Horizons, our annual festival which highlights and celebrates Edinburgh's global student body.
Independence for Quebec will be discussed at a public event held at the University.
Published 12 November.
The University is joining forces with Japan to develop new methods of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Published 28 October.
An online trade fair will allow University students and alumni to seek careers in Asia.
Published 21 October.
New Russian study centre is first of its kind
Published 19 October.
The University has agreed a regular student exchange with Peking University, one of China’s top institutions.
Published 15 October.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond welcomed the University of Edinburgh’s moves to strengthen ties in India.
Published 15 October
IVF pioneer and University graduate Robert Edwards has won the 2010 Nobel Prize for Medicine.
The Global Development Academy brings together experts from across the University to tackle issues facing the world.
Two athletes with University links have won silver medals in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Published 11 October.
Professor Larry Hurtardo, of the School of Divinity, attended the 2561st birthday celebrations of the Chinese sage.
Published 8 October.
Maria Esteban Casanas joined undergraduates across Scotland at Historic Scotland’s first residential summer school.
Taiwan opera group Ming Hwa Yuan are staging a free performance at George Square Lecture Theatre on 20 October.
Five undergraduates won placements with the Saltire Foundation programme, completing paid internships around the world.
A landmark development initiative will aid communities across the world in benefiting from the ecosystems around them.
This article was published on May 6, 2011