What the Space and Satellites team have been up to
GEO-GEE project, ‘Strata: UNEP’s Earth Stress monitor
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) along with Quosient Ltd. (trading as Earth Blox) and scientists from the University of Edinburgh are working to develop an early warning system to identify where climate change could impact areas already affected by natural disasters or conflict.
Edinburgh - A Space University
Last month, between 4th–10th October, over 96 countries celebrated the annual World Space Week. With more than 8,000 events throughout the world celebrating this year’s theme was “Satellites Improve Life.”
Space and Satellites Art installations
Space and Satellites was our first Artist-In-Residence Programme for Inspace. We selected 5 artists from 35 international applications, who focussed on the theme of Space and Satellites data. These residencies created a space for exploration and aimed to create genuine collaborations between science and creative practice.
Space activities at Bayes
The University of Edinburgh is building its reputation as a space university – and this activity stems from active work happening within the College of Science and Engineering and, specifically, the Bayes Centre. Key colleagues are coming together and really putting UoE on the map in terms of space.
New Earth observation centre
A new research centre that will use satellite data and artificial intelligence to tackle global environmental changes has been launched.
Space and Sustainable Development
This event, organised by Kristina Tamane and Dr Murray Collins, focused on providing a networking opportunity for key people from industry, academia and government working in space in Scotland