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The University of Edinburgh’s Vis Moot team will face off against each other arguing each side of a legal case about artificial insemination, racehorse breeding and contract law.
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Table-top games like Dungeons & Dragons, or Pathfinder, amongst others,can be an immersive and collaborative way of engaging with the complexities of one of the biggest social and ethical challenges our society faces.
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The School of Scottish Studies Archive is a public archive and is open Tuesday to Friday, between 10am and 4pm.
Critical/Fictional Investigations: Site, Sound and Listening brings a panel of international, interdisciplinary artist scholars together to share research on the politics and poetics of place.
At this event, you'll have the opportunity to explore a live-coding environment called Supercollider. This language, though quite technical, enables performers to write software in real-time and to share what they're creating with audiences as it happens. You can find out more about Joanne's work here: https://joannnne.github.io/, or you may prefer to attend her concert as part of the Algobabez at ECA's West Court the evening after her workshop where she will work closely with her band partner Shelly Knots. That concert starts at 8pm.
How do we make our home in an ever-changing world, teeming with living and non-living things? Join us in a hands-on exploration of thousands-of-years-old archaeological sediments that embody histories of long-inhabited landscapes, and of the unseen, often forgotten microorganisms that mediate landscape processes and keep our ecosystem healthy and happy. Led by geologist Dr Nikos Kourampas (Centre for Open Learning, University of Edinburgh) and ASCUS Lab technician and soil microbiologist, Jiri Jirout.
Did you ever wonder how does the human body move on the dance floor with grace and elegance instead of crashing down with clunky sounds like a robot in the video your friend sent you at 3am? A dance teacher may tell you about posture, rhythm and connection but these are not the topics you were looking for.
This event aims to interest football fans in the law and/or lawyers to football. We will discuss selected case studies lying at the intersection between these two fascinating universes, with the support of experts in both fields, in an environment similar to the one in which great football discussion arise. More importantly, there is FREE BEER
Join Dr Coree Brown Swan to explore how referendums have shaped and continue to shape politics in Scotland and the UK. This interactive workshop will take participants on a journey through public votes on Europe, devolution and independence, engaging campaign posters and other visual materials available from the Scottish Political Archive.
Explore what we know about why bacteria and viruses are difficult to kill, otherwise known as Anti Microbial Resistance (AMR). Through discussion and exploration of these microbes, discover resistance for yourself and how it relates to our world today. Led by medical anthropologist Iona Walker of the BEYOND RESISTANCE Network, architect Nikoletta Karastathi and clinician and researcher Dr Tandogdu.