Research Communities in Edinburgh DataShare
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Bringing together the former faculties of Arts, Divinity, Education, Law, Music and Social Science
DOCOMOMO International Mass Housing Archive
Photographic architectural record
Recordings of music made using gruntCount and documentation of their development
Laboratory for Laptop and Electronic Audio Performance Practice
Laboratory for Laptop and Electronic Audio Performance Practice
Audio recordings of seminars
Empirical observations on the kinematic features evident in orchestral conducting practice
Including performances with Yati Durant, Jules Rawlinson and Ensemble Biondi/Brunialti
Electro-acoustic performances involving Yati Durant, Christian Aalby Svalesen, Jack Weir & others
Data from the PhD project of Arno Verhoeven
A creative exploration into mediated perception in the environment
The SCRIPT Centre is a law and technology research centre based in the School of Law within the University of Edinburgh. Initially established in 1998, the SCRIPT Centre started life as a centre of excellence in the disciplines of intellectual property law (IP) and information technology law (IT).
The Scottish young people's surveys (SSLS) provide a rich source of information about changes in young people's schooling, experiences, attitudes and transitions during a major period of social and educational change.
The S4 cohort of the Scottish young people's surveys (SSLS) provide a rich source of information about changes in young people's schooling, experiences, attitudes and transitions during a major period of social and educational change.
digital education pedagogy and policy, open education, children and technology, learning analytics and museum learning
finding evidence of how to encourage people of all ages to ‘sit less and walk more’
An interdisciplinary network of researchers, the SISN aims to advance knowledge about the dynamics of inequalities with a particular focus on how they may create pathways to violence and exclusion.
Library of the School of Divinity
Donations of books and manuscripts to the library of the School of Divinity
Scottish History is one of the five subject areas of the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.
Home of the School of Scottish Studies Archives
Understanding the origins and evolution of language
communication of concepts and events using gesture
This collection contains data from behavioural experiments involving interaction between two or more participants using an artificial language.
Memory, attention, executive function, visual memory, sensory integration, and perceptuo-motor control
In many Low Income Countries (LICs), violence is endemic, and among urban populations, the poor are the most vulnerable to torture and ill-treatment.
Donors and international organisations involved in dispersing foreign aid now routinely employ contracts with service providers to carry out functions relating to international health service development and delivery.
The University of Edinburgh has been providing training for social workers since 1918. It is one of the largest centres for social work education in the UK and is among the highest ranked for the quality of its teaching and research. We provide a range of educational opportunities for both intending and qualified social workers, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
One of the world’s leading centres of medical and veterinary medical research
Research into the causes, consequences and treatment of major brain disorders
Research using derived data from the ADNI
Brain atlases for assessing different markers of cerebral small vessel disease
This collection contains data from a clinico-radio-pathological case control study of the causes of intracerebral haemorrhage, based on a community-based inception cohort study in Lothian.
Data for projects on the epidemiology and impact on participants and health services of potentially serious incidental findings on brain and body magnetic resonance imaging
Bringing together Biomedical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Molecular, Genetic and Population Health Sciences
Prof Jamie Davies' research on developmental biology
Data from the lab of Prof Matt Nolan
Research in stratified medicine for infectious diseases, involving host-pathogen biology and advanced biosensor technologies.
Dedicated to reducing the burden of common neurological diseases and increasing understanding of the brain through neuro-imaging
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scanning Results
MRI scans other than fMRI
Supplementary material for the BRAINS Imagebank
contains software and datasets for EEG
Images generated by researchers at Edinburgh Imaging
protocols describes a method to be used in data collection and/or data analysis
Collection of software developed at Edinburgh Imaging
A multidisciplinary centre in which clinical and non-clinical scientists prosecute internationally competitive research to identify targets and deliver translational benefits.
Advancing the understanding of genetic factors implicated in human disease and normal and abnormal development and physiology
a digital atlas of mouse development as a spatio-temporal framework for embryological studies
Research Programme: Quantitative Trait Locus (QTL) Identification
Primarily focusing on liver and biliary development and disease
Population Health Sciences and Informatics
Corneal epithelium research
Bringing together Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, GeoSciences, Informatics, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy
Bioinformatics education, phylogeny reconstruction and philosophy of science.
Exploring the role of RNA structure and RNA binding proteins in the regulation of gene expression
Heidrun Interthal research group
Data relating to the function of metabolic complexes in bacteria
This lab works on phenology and macroecology
Biochemical data relating to The Structural Basis of DNA end processing by Tdp1
The Stefan Lab is interested in the computational modelling of processes related to learning and memory across scales.
Studies into how cells make decisions
The ecology and evolution of infection
Our research is primarily centered around Synthetic Biology, a fast growing discipline at the interface of biology and engineering with significant expanding application in diverse areas.
Data from Professor J Paul Attfield's Research Group
NMR @ Edinburgh
measurement and analysis of ocean parameters
Experimental characterisation, computational modelling of bone at micro- and macro-scale
Professor Stephen Salter's research
signal processing, imaging and communication systems
Micro and Nano Flows for Engineering
World leading research in low carbon energy systems, technology and policy
The Edinburgh Earth Observatory (EEO) is a multidisciplinary research unit whose main research focus is on understandings the Earth and its environment through the effective exploitation of both in situ and remote observations.
Impacts of climate change on Scotland
Land use change effects
data illuminating the role of man-made structures on the North Sea ecosystem
Joint UK Land Environment Simulator
Data produced as part of the ERC funded project (EC-320691), Transition into the Anthopocene (TITAN ) at the University of Edinburgh, School of Geosciences.
Data produced as part of the CSSP-China (MetOffice) and LOTUS funded work at the University of Edinburgh, School of Geosciences, regarding the extreme events over East Asia region.
Studying computer systems that can emulate human cognition, communicate and collaborate with humans
A Linked Data Framework for Human Tasks and Procedures
Development of speaker conversion systems
Voice Cloning Toolkit
Power & Performance Simulation Results for Single-Core CPUs (gem5 & McPAT)
Hiberlink: Time Travel for the Scholarly Web
The Visual and Linguistic Treebank is a data set of images annotated with human-written descriptions, object boundaries, and Visual Dependency Representations.
a large N-body simulation of the globular cluster M4
ARCHER, the UK National Supercomputing Service
how materials react and change when being subjected to extremes of pressure, temperature etc
Non-academic departments, or those not belonging to a single College
Data from Information Services Group projects and services
Data supporting exhibits from the Data-X exhibition
Default collection for new deposits
Soil, rainfall, land use and other data
Open data relating to Human African Trypanosomiasis