The latest news from the University of Edinburgh.
The following news articles were published in 2022:
Sustainability award win for University
The University’s efforts to fight the climate crisis have been recognised with an international award.
Vaccine campaign to free Indian state from rabies
Data-driven, One Health approach puts Goa on target to eliminate disease and save lives.
Hub ignites creative spark to drive social change
A new initiative that will use the arts and creativity to promote social justice in communities has been launched.
Edinburgh’s twinning with Kyiv bolstered
The University of Edinburgh and Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in Ukraine have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
Pandemic Science Hub to fight lung disease
A new multi-million pound research programme to develop treatments for lung infections such as Covid-19 and future pandemics has been announced at the University of Edinburgh with support from a significant donation by Baillie Gifford.
Future fashion talent shines at St James Quarter
Stunning designs drawing upon a dizzying array of influences including wild gardens, 18th century corsetry and the Scottish landscape are among the collections at this year’s Edinburgh College of Art Fashion Show.
Experts support new tool promoting tourism
A new tool to help visitors and residents enjoy the East Lothian coastline and avoid overcrowding and queues has been created by Edinburgh experts and Visit East Lothian.
Tidal blade facility at leading edge of green energy testing
The world’s first rapid testing facility for tidal turbine blades, which researchers say can speed up development of marine energy technologies while helping to reduce costs, has opened for business.
Research rankings confirm Edinburgh as world leader
Edinburgh’s position as one of the UK’s leading research universities has been reaffirmed by the results of the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
University announced as Festival’s long-term home
The Edinburgh International Book Festival has announced that it will take residence at the University for the foreseeable future.
Outstanding scientists join Royal Society
Three Edinburgh researchers have been elected to a prestigious fellowship in recognition of their exceptional contributions to science.
Fluorescent probe can track cancer drug progress
Early diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients could be helped by new imaging technology that sheds light on the effectiveness of immunotherapy drugs.