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Musical time machine recreates lost performance
Virtual reality and ground-breaking acoustic techniques are being used to recreate historical music performances that took place more than half a millennium ago.
Infants’ language more advanced than first words
Babies can recognise combinations of words even before they have uttered their first word, a study suggests, challenging ideas of how children learn language.
New centre joins European supercomputing network
The University’s supercomputing centre, EPCC, is collaborating with another leading UK facility as part of a new Europe-wide network.
Studies reveal burden of long Covid
The majority of people hospitalised by Covid-19 have not fully recovered months after discharge, two major studies have revealed.
Exhibit honours ladies who launched bold plan
It was a daring philanthropic endeavour conceived in the so-called Athens of the North … but, just like Edinburgh’s ill-fated Parthenon, its lofty ambition remained unfulfilled.
Key study gauges Covid’s impact on young lives
Covid-19’s impact on children and young people with intellectual disabilities is to be assessed in a UK-wide study.
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