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Covid threatens creative diversity, study finds
Creative workforces risk becoming even less diverse after the pandemic unless there are significant efforts to boost equality and inclusion, research shows.
Positive teacher relationships may reduce crime
Young people who have a good relationship with their teacher in childhood are less likely to engage in anti-social behaviour in adolescence, a study says.
Social context is key to Covid testing success
Clearer understanding is needed of the social factors that influence participation rates in Covid-19 testing programmes, research suggests.
Visionary research celebrated with Fellowships
Six Edinburgh academics have been announced as recipients of a government fellowship to propel research tackling global challenges and to bring innovative ideas to market.
Asia experts urge better post-Covid labour deal
Politicians in South Asia should act swiftly to better protect labour rights during the Covid-19 pandemic, Edinburgh research suggests.
Fringe show is sure to keep audience engaged
It sounds like just the ticket for anyone who has ever felt a little short changed by a Fringe performance.
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