Extra articles coming out after the release of each edition.
Reflections on studying abroad: Spain 1968/2019
To celebrate 100 years of the Spanish programme at the University, graduate Nicholas Rollin and student Róisín MacFarlane reflect on their study year abroad, which is a key part of the programme, comparing their experiences of Granada in 1968 and Valladolid in 2019.
For the love of words
This year marks 100 years of the University’s prestigious James Tait Black Prizes. As the shortlist is announced and a special one-off prize unveiled, Lecturer in English Literature and Fiction Judge Alexandra Lawrie delves into the history of the UK’s longest running literary prizes.
Your digital companion for dementia care
Meet the Edinburgh alumna behind a new one-stop platform for dementia care.
Flipping the anti-corruption narrative
A non-profit organisation founded by history graduate Blair Glencorse is building a new generation of active citizens and responsible leaders around the world.
A review of the year: highlights of 2018
Looking back at the University's achievements over the past 12 months.
PlayerData, a wearable tech company founded by two young Edinburgh graduates, has showcased its first product to thousands attending the Homeless World Cup in Mexico.
Paddling against plastic
An alumna's solo paddleboard voyage from Land's End to John O'Groats has highlighted the effects of plastic debris on the UK's beaches.
In our view
Meet the award-winning photographer and writer couple producing thought-provoking journalistic collaborations.
The festivals in focus
The University's involvement with this year's summer festivals in the city is showcased in Edit's 2018 photo gallery.
Curious about the scientific history of Edinburgh?
A new app offers a fresh approach to exploring the city's landmarks through walking tours that delve into its heritage of science, technology and medicine.
RSGS award for sustainability focused Antarctica expedition
An Edinburgh alumna was recently awarded honorary fellowship of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society for her work on outdoor learning and sustainability education in Scottish schools, following her return from an all-female voyage to Antarctica.
The planetary health concept describes how humanity's wellbeing is intrinsically linked with that of the global ecosystem, and how threats to the ecosystem also threaten our very existence.
A lifeline for academics at risk
The 17th of July 2017 is a day Professor Abduljabbar Basman will never forget.
City Region Deal to benefit the whole community
July 2017 saw the University sign what could be one of the most significant and transformational events in its 435-year history, the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal.
A review of the year: highlights of 2017
Looking back at some of the University's achievements over the past 12 months.
In the summer of 2017 an imaginative BBC Radio 4 series, 'Enlightenment After Dark', developed by the BBC in partnership with the University, saw two prominent Edinburgh alumni work together again, 35 years after their paths first converged as undergraduates.
Influencing others through creativity
The acclaimed Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, was awarded an honorary degree at the University in August.
HypED students keep up their momentum
An Edinburgh student team’s long-running involvement in one of world’s most prestigious engineering contests culminated in a strong showing at a competition weekend in the US last month.
The festivals: in pictures
A month of festivals captured on camera.
Revolutionising India's renewable gas
The new business venture transforming India’s use of renewable gas while protecting the planet.
Meet Marty the Robot
Marty is a new breed of robot – fun, educational and affordable. Here Edit meets its creator.
In technology we trust
The Turing Trust is transforming classrooms in rural Africa through technology.
Creative creatures in Old College
The real-life story of a puma who once lived in the University’s landmark Old College in the 19th century has inspired an artist to reimagine the creature’s presence for modern times.
Bringing comfort to growing girls
An Edinburgh alumna’s entrepreneurism is helping to transform the lives of young women from low-income households in Africa and beyond.
A foundation for friendship
Meet the University of Edinburgh student volunteers who are forming lasting friendships while contributing to the community.
Architects to the rescue
Two recent landscape architecture graduates have helped set up a charity that is building life-changing facilities for refugees in Europe.
Building for a life of learning
When the Patrick Geddes Centre for Learning opens in 2017 in a restored historic building, it will honour the pioneering University tutor who established Scotland’s first student residences.
Harmony in research
An alumni-funded choir set up to research the impact of singing on mental health has taken on a life of its own.
Casting light on Deep Time
University experts helped shape the spectacular curtain-raiser to the 2016 Edinburgh International Festival, an exploration of Edinburgh’s history on a geological timescale, projected on the city’s most iconic landmark.
Our unique link with Ireland
As the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins, receives an honorary degree, Professor Enda Delaney reflects on our special relationship with our neighbours across the water.