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  • Nearly 50% of MTBers Ride Unauthorized Trails Says European Study on Trail Sustainability K年1月20日 E1時58分 Pink Bike It's no secret that mountain bikers sometimes face conflict with other user groups and can be portrayed as reckless, inconsiderate, and hedonistic, but a recent study found, in contrast, that mountain bikers are largely driven by affective motives like …
  • LONG READ: Helmsdale author marks centenary of death of Sutherland MP who empowered ordinary men and women to fight for their rights K年1月18日 E7時25分 Northern Times A RETIRED broadcast journalist who has worked internationally but has now returned home to her native Helmsdale, has written an article to mark the centenary of the death on January 16, 1922, of an important Sutherland historical figure. Audrey Munro has …
  • Scots student on trauma of finding document with mum's darkest thoughts days after her suicide K年1月18日 E4時46分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail A Scots student whose mother committed suicide ' completely out of the blue' has spoken of the heartache of finding a secret document detailing her darkest thoughts. Rachael Turner was just 16 when her mum, Gail, passed away on July 22, 2015. The …
  • Argyll College welcomes new chair of the board K年1月14日 E8時05分 The Arran Banner Hugh BoagUpdated: 14/01/22, 9:01 am We value our content and our journalists, so to get full access to all your local news updated 7-days-a-week – PLUS an e-edition of the Arran Banner – subscribe today for as little as 48 pence per week.   …
  • Journalist who held senior roles at three dailies dies aged 61 K年1月12日 E9時49分 HoldTheFrontPage An editorial boss who held senior roles at three regional dailies has died aged 61. Tributes have been paid to Alan Cameron, who worked for titles including the Yorkshire Evening Post, Edinburgh Evening News and Bradford Telegraph & Argus during his …
  • Grantown housebuilding firm celebrates 100 years in business K年12月28日 E12時49分 Press and Journal A Grantown housebuilding firm has reason to celebrate this year as 2021 marks 100 years since the firm AW Laing began. The family-run business, now being served by its fourth generation of Laing, reached the milestone with a celebration held in the town …
  • Genesis brand names new chief brand officer K年12月28日 E11時35分 Trade Arabia Genesis, a top automotive company, has appointed Graeme Russell as its Chief Brand Officer effective January 1, 2022. He will lead Genesis’ global brand, product and retail communications, ensuring an engaging brand experience across all customer …
  • ITV The Cube: Rosie Smith's boyfriend, age and famous TV star mum K年12月23日 E9時32分 Birmingham Live Rosie Smith and her mum Lorraine Kelly are among the famous faces taking on The Cube in tonight's celebrity special. The mother and daughter duo will face a series of increasingly difficult challenges, from agility tests to skill trials, as they try to …
  • Faster Home Broadband Should Be Enshrined in Law K年12月17日 E12時11分 Wired The way we use the internet has changed—and fast. Before the pandemic, telecoms and internet service provider BT was handling five terabits of data every second from its UK customers during the day. When the pandemic hit and the world locked down, data …
  • Trial 20mph limits in Borders to become permanent K年12月10日 E4時23分 BBC A full council meeting is being recommended to make 20mph the default limit across towns and villages - although some will get 30mph or 40mph "buffer zones". These proposed locations are available to view on the Council's website., external …
  • ADVERTORIAL: Discover the benefits of studying a degree locally at Forth Valley College K年12月8日 E10時11分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail Forth Valley College offers a number of partnership degree courses with four of Scotland’s leading universities: Stirling, Heriot-Watt, Strathclyde and Napier. This novel, innovative and integrated approach to learning offers students the opportunity to …
  • Lanarkshire Green MSP praises youth group for their COP26 efforts K年12月7日 E6時19分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail Scottish Greens MSP Gillian Mackay has lodged a motion to parliament that commends a Wishaw youth group for organising a tournament that will see thousands of trees planted. The Brave Jnr - a youth eSports group that uses gaming as a way to help young …
  • Incredible speed Santa needs to travel to deliver all his presents on Christmas Eve K年12月7日 E11時29分 Daily Mirror Maths boffins have done the sums and it would take some very fast sprinting with no stops for mince pies to deliver all of the presents to every house in the world At this rate Santa won't have any time left for a mince pie or glass of milk en route ( …
  • PA Awards 2021: The Finalists K年12月6日 E4時05分 City A.M. Monday 06 December 2021 3:17 pm The City A.M. PA Awards was founded in 2019 as a celebration for the too often unsung heroes, who so frequently go above and beyond in their field, helping their companies to achieve the impossible. After this most …
  • Claridge's manager who for three decades catered for Hollywood stars and royalty dies aged 95 K年12月3日 E7時05分 Daily Mail The former manager of Claridge's, who for three decades catered to the whims of Hollywood stars and royalty, has died at the age of 95. Ronald Fitzgerald Jones, who was born in Liverpool in 1926, began working in hotels as a teenager in 1940 when he …
  • Lorraine Kelly’s age, low-key marriage and famous Gogglebox daughter K年12月1日 E8時21分 Birmingham Live Lorraine Kelly celebrated her birthday yesterday, leaving many fans surprised by her age. The ITV star has long been a fixture of morning television, presenting some of TV’s most iconic breakfast programmes, from GMTV to This Morning. She is also known for …
  • Up to 6,000 staff beginning three-day strike at 10 Scottish universities K年12月1日 E12時57分 The Independent Up to 6,000 staff at 10 Scottish universities are starting a three-day strike. Members of the University and College Union (UCU) Scotland voted to strike from Wednesday to Friday in a dispute about falling pay, pension cuts and “worsening working …
  • Tim Ryley K年11月21日 E11時40分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Professor and Head of Griffith Aviation, Griffith University Profile Articles Activity I am Professor and Head of Griffith Aviation with a focus on industry-linked and problem-based research and teaching. I am an internationally …
  • Doting Scots daughter tells how mum's nausea was pancreatic cancer K年11月17日 E4時34分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail A Scots mum has become involved in a national campaign to light the capital up in purple for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. Fiona Campell, 39, from Slateford, Edinburgh, has been contacting business throughout the city and beyond to get involved. …
  • Get behind the university workers’ strikes K年11月17日 E4時29分 Socialist Worker UCU union members demand an end to the gender pay gap during a previous strike (Pic: Socialist Worker) Thousands of workers at 58 universities across Britain are to strike for three days from Wednesday 1 December to Friday 3 December. It’s an important …
  • University staff call three-day strike in disputes over pensions and pay K年11月17日 E3時16分 Evening Standard University staff are to strike for three days next month in disputes over pensions, pay and working conditions. Members of the University and College Union (UCU) will walk out between December 1-3 following votes in favour of industrial action. The strikes …
  • Spain’s education sector dips a toe into the 21st century, but will it take the plunge? K年11月14日 E3時29分 Olive Press STUDENTS of UK expats or Spanish-expat hybrids have long been faced with a significant challenge when taking the leap from the Spanish Baccalaureate to the UK university system. Bombarded with reams of stodgy material to learn verbatim for the final school …
  • Introducing HMT panto’s Belle: Danielle Jam to star in Beauty And The Beast K年11月9日 E5時58分 Press and Journal “I like that Belle is a nerd…because I’m also a bit of nerd,” said CBeebies favourite Danielle Jam who will become the princess in this year’s HMT panto Beauty And The Beast. “She loves reading, books and she’s really smart and she follows her heart – what …
  • Edinburgh Napier University to license the IPG Skills Hub K年11月9日 E9時33分 The Bookseller Published November 9, 2021 by Ruth Comerford Publishing students at Edinburgh Napier University are to receive access to the Skills Hub of the Independent Publishers Guild (IPG) as the organisations enter into a new... Publishing students at Edinburgh …
  • Maltese director discusses his experience of honing his craft K年11月7日 E1時29分 Times of Malta ANDRÉ AGIUS speaks to Lara Zammit about his experience directing the play Saving Mr Ultimate which featured at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Director and theatre maker André Agius read for an MFA in Directing at the Edinburgh Napier University, …
  • Derek Hood obituary K年11月2日 E7時47分 The Guardian My friend Derek Hood, who has died aged 56 from cancer, managed to succeed in two very different fields of creativity – rock drumming and design-based fine bookbinding. Behind the drum kit, playing in bands such as All About Eve and the Auteurs, he was a …
  • Push for greater awareness of the suppressing disorder, Rett Syndrome K年10月31日 E6時06分 Kaieteur News Oct 31, 2021 News Kaieteur News –Imagine being stuck in a glass box, in front of your family and friends. You are uncomfortable, hungry, thirsty, sad, lonely and frustrated. Think about that frustration and lack of acknowledgement. Rett Syndrome is a rare …
  • TOBAR AN DUALCHAIS: Time and our moving wells of culture K年10月29日 E9時19分 West Highland Free Press James Oliver (Seumas Chatriona Dhomhnuill Aonghais Bhig) is from Glendale in Skye. He is currently based in Birrarangga/Melbourne, where he works at RMIT University, but here through the Tobar an Dualchais project recalls some of the memories of his …
  • Sister of tragic Scots teen who died after cancer battle vows to use his 'zest for life' as inspiration K年10月28日 E9時29分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail A Scots student who lost her younger brother cancer has vowed to use his zest for life as a never ending source of inspiration. Calum Turner, 16, lost his battle with Burkitt lymphoma, a fast growing cancer of the lymphatic system, in January, 2021. He had …
  • Cities and climate change: why low-rise buildings are the future – not skyscrapers K年10月27日 E3時54分 The Conversation More than half of the world’s 7.8 billion people live in cities and urban areas. By 2050, an additional 2.5 billion will be living there. As that figure continues to climb and ever more people flock to metropolitan areas in the hope of a better life, the …
  • Prince William is wrong — humanity's salvation is in the stars K年10月26日 E7時53分 The Herald (Scotland) IN five days, the COP caravan will roll into Glasgow. Anxiety is high. Will this galaxy of big shots come bearing commitments big enough to save the planet? The bars and break-out rooms will be buzzing with talk of hydrogen, heat pumps and hybrid vehicles. …
  • Lorraine Kelly's daughter follows mum into journalism but admits she still gets starstruck K年10月24日 E4時08分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail When Rosie Smith was a little girl, she liked nothing better than visiting the GMTV studio to watch her mum Lorraine Kelly interview the world’s most famous stars. It’s perhaps no surprise then that, 20 years on, Rosie has followed in her mother’s …
  • 15 steps on road to Covid vaccine passport app chaos in Scotland K年10月22日 E8時58分 Press and Journal The Scottish Government’s Covid vaccine passport scheme was hit by a series of issues before and after its roll-out early this month. From debates around whether the scheme should be introduced, to issues with the app’s functionality and concerns over how …
  • Covid Scotland: New Covid walk-in test centre opens in Glasgow K年10月15日 E4時05分 The Herald (Scotland) It has been stationed at Gairbraid Avenue in Maryhill as part of the UK Government's network of diagnostic testing facilities.  In Scotland there are now eight drive through sites, 54 walk-through sites, 42 mobile units, plus the Glasgow Lighthouse Lab …
  • Dunblane tennis ace hopes to follow in famous footsteps and inspire next generation of girls K年10月15日 E11時39分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail An aspiring young Dunblane tennis ace is hoping to follow in some famous footsteps as she takes her next steps on the professional circuit. Ali Collins is hoping to emulate Jamie Murray by claiming Grand Slam glory in doubles and hopes that would help …
  • People urged to turn West Lothian 'pink and blue' to support people who have lost a baby K年10月13日 E2時50分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail A local charity is encouraging West Lothian to turn pink and blue as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week this week. West Lothian-based Held In Our Hearts, along with the other 100 members of the Baby Loss Awareness Alliance, is calling families to take part …
  • Is there still a case to make Covid vaccination mandatory? K年10月9日 E10時51分 The Herald (Scotland) Earlier in the week there were apparently chaotic scenes at a vaccination centre in Leith, where a number of people were refused entry because of a sudden surge in people hoping to get their Covid jab, writes Aleksandar Kocic. Local media in Edinburgh …
  • 'Green' Lothian Pension Fund under fire for 40% rise in fossil fuel investment K年10月7日 E9時33分 The Herald (Scotland) ONE of Scotland's biggest public sector pension funds has come under fire after its investment in fossil fuels rose by 40% in a year. New data shows that the Lothian Pension Fund is investing in BP, Chevron, Exxon and Shell, as well as in mining giant …
  • 'Green' public sector pension fund in Scotland under fire for 40% rise in fossil fuel investment K年10月7日 E6時16分 The Herald (Scotland) ONE of Scotland's biggest public sector pension funds has come under fire after its investment in fossil fuels rose by 40% in a year. New data shows that the Lothian Pension Fund is investing in BP, Chevron, Exxon and Shell, as well as in mining giant …
  • 'Religious concentration' on fossil fuels threatens broader climate discussions K年10月6日 E12時32分 The Herald (Scotland) “Religious concentration” on fossil fuels is pushing aside more complicated but necessary discussion on how to tackle climate change, a leading space industry expert has claimed. Former Virgin Galactic president Will Whitehorn said “a lot of people” at the …
  • UK investors urged to embrace the final frontier in climate battle K年10月6日 E7時38分 The Herald (Scotland) Investors need to “get outside the petri dish” of Earth if the UK is to effectively tackle climate change, space industry expert Will Whitehorn has said. Speaking to The Herald, the former president of Virgin Galactic said last week’s launch of the UK’s …
  • Filipa Henderson Sousa K年10月3日 E11時15分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Infectious Diseases, Edinburgh Napier University Profile Articles Activity I am a postdoctoral fellow at Napier Edinburgh University. I am currently investigating the role of antimicrobial peptides …
  • Peter Barlow K年10月3日 E11時15分 MENAFN (MENAFN- The Conversation) Professor of Immunology and Infection, Edinburgh Napier University Profile Articles Activity Professor Peter Barlow is Chair of Immunology and Infection within the School of Applied Sciences at Edinburgh Napier University. Peter…
  • Covid vaccine passport: Scots struggle to find app on Google Play and Apple Store K年10月1日 E8時04分 Press and Journal Scots eager to register for the new Covid passport app have been left confused after it failed to appear in many Google Play and Apple App Store searches. A QR code is now needed to enter nightclubs and large events like football matches — though this won’ …
  • NATURAL WORLD: Rhinos: scientists are hanging them upside-down from helicopters – here’s why K年10月1日 E1時24分 Daily Maverick SOUTH AFRICA, MARCH 29: A rhino is airlifted by helicopter on March 29, 2012 in South Africa to an undisclosed location to protect the endangered animal from poachers. (Photo by Gallo Images / Foto24 / Theo Jeptha) Each year, a selection of …
  • Hundreds of students told to leave university accommodation during pandemic, figures show K年9月29日 E6時46分 The Independent Universities have told hundreds of students to leave their accommodation during the Covid pandemic, The Independent can reveal. More than 340 students were served with a Notice to Quit (NTQ) – which tell tenants to vacate within a certain time or face …
  • The spoken word album ‘Experimental Words’ weaves rhyme with reason K年9月29日 E1時59分 Science News “Science asks the questions. / And poetry marks the spot.”  This line from “Unweaving Science,” the opening track of the spoken word album Experimental Words, illuminates the connections between science and art. The album, an eclectic collection of 10 …
  • The best universities in Scotland ranked according to students K年9月27日 E11時51分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail New rankings have revealed the best universities to go to across Scotland, according to the students. Put together by the university comparison website, Uni Compare, the list shows the top 100 unis from across the whole of the UK. The research included …
  • A new oral antiviral drug for COVID-19 is being tested in humans - can it make a difference? K年9月24日 E8時23分 Economic Times Despite the effectiveness of vaccines, we still need drugs to treat COVID. Even people who have been double vaccinated stand a small chance of getting COVID and ending up moderately or even severely ill. There are drugs to treat COVID, but they have to be …
  • Young Composer of the Year: Aberdeen’s Jenna is triumphant K年9月23日 E4時50分 Press and Journal A budding songwriter from Aberdeen has won the prestigious BBC Young Composer of The Year Award. Former pupil at St Margaret’s School for Girls Jenna Stewart took home the title for 2021. The BBC Young Composer of the Year is 12- to 18-year-old students …
  • Strike ballots loom at universities in major national dispute K年9月22日 E6時41分 The Herald (Scotland) Scottish higher education institutions are facing strike ballots as a major national dispute intensifies. They are among UK establishments where University and College Union (UCU) votes will open on October 18 in a deepening row over pensions, pay, …
  • Scotland's universities ranked from best to worst in new league table - full list K年9月17日 E7時11分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail Scotland's universities have been ranked from best to worst in a new league table for 2021. The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 has released the new table for each institution as thousands of students head back to lectures. St …
  • Conditions in UK hotels housing asylum seekers sub-standard, unsafe, report finds K年9月17日 E2時48分 Middle East Monitor A new report has found that conditions in hotels housing asylum seekers are sub-standard and sometimes unsafe. For the report, over 50 asylum seekers in Glasgow provided information to academics at Edinburgh Napier University and their co-producers …
  • Home Office hotels for asylum seekers ‘akin to detention centres’ – report K年9月16日 E5時03分 The Guardian Conditions in hotels used by the Home Office to accommodate asylum seekers during the pandemic are akin to detention centres, according to a report that also says accommodation is often sub-standard and sometimes unsafe. The report, Safe Environment: …
  • Energy efficiency: clear winner K年9月11日 E11時44分 Nestor Publishers Energy efficiency: clear winner Press Release 17th August, 2021 Energy efficiency: clear winner In Glasgow Scottish code box struggles in heat - Passive House box retains plenty of ice Darmstadt, Germany/Glasgow, Great Britain. The staggering result of …
  • Best UK universities for anatomy & physiology – league table K年9月11日 E7時37分 News (South Africa) 1 St Andrews 100 95.3 96.5 86.1 8.9 10 189 8 n/a n/a Satisfied with course95.3 Satisfied with teaching96.5 Satisfied with feedback86.1 Student to staff ratio8.9 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff189 Value added score/108 Career …
  • The Guardian University Guide 2022 – the rankings K年9月11日 E7時33分 The Guardian 1 1 Oxford 100 n/a n/a n/a 10.1 10 198 6.3 93 99 Satisfied with coursen/a Satisfied with teachingn/a Satisfied with feedbackn/a Student to staff ratio10.1 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff198 Value added score/106. …
  • Best UK universities for building and town and country planning – league table K年9月11日 E7時33分 The Guardian 1 Cambridge 100 92.3 93.6 60.6 12.6 10 192 8 n/a n/a Satisfied with course92.3 Satisfied with teaching93.6 Satisfied with feedback60.6 Student to staff ratio12.6 Spend per student/1010 Average entry tariff192 Value added score/108 Career …
  • Opinion: The Case For Being 'Over-Biked' K年9月9日 E8時04分 Pink Bike Recently I was chatting to a rider on my local trails who said something that really got me thinking: "A 120mm-bike is really the ideal bike for UK riding, isn't it?" Is it? Mike Levy made the case for short-travel bikes back in 2012, and the …
  • Marli Siu: Our Ladies actress from Moray loves to see small communities represented on big screen K年9月3日 E7時47分 Press and Journal Our Ladies follows a group of mischievous Catholic schoolgirls from the Highlands who travel to Edinburgh for a choir competition. And their excitement at going to a big city is something actress Marli Siu, who grew up in a small Moray town, can very much …
  • Harris Institute Milestones K年9月3日 E7時08分 EIN Presswire TORONTO, ON, CANADA, September 3, 2021 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- In 1989 Harris Institute opened in a 1,800 sq.ft. building at 296 King Street East in Toronto. In 1994 it relocated to a 15,000 sq.ft. industrial building designed in 1908 by Massey …
  • Six young sportspeople benefit from latest round of Welcome to Langholm Future Champion Awards K年9月2日 E8時09分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail Half a dozen talented young sportsmen and women from Annandale and Eskdale have recently been given a funding boost to help in their endeavours this year. Silver “Welcome to Langholm” Future Champions Awards of £500 have been awarded to 17-year-old Rugby …
  • Best UK universities for accounting & finance – league table K年9月1日 E7時41分 The Guardian 1 Leeds 100 95 91.5 83.4 21.3 8 179 5 98 96.6 Satisfied with course 95 Satisfied with teaching 91.5 Satisfied with feedback 83.4 Student to staff ratio 21.3 Spend per student/10 8 Average entry tariff 179 Value added score/10 5 Career after 15 …
  • Celestia appoints chief, calls for recruits K年8月31日 E4時29分 The Herald (Scotland) Celestia UK has announced the appointment of Malachy Devlin as its new chief executive. Mr Devlin joins the Edinburgh and Oxford based satellite communications company to “build the business and its reputation as the premier provider of high throughput …
  • Hot 'Scot' Wheels: Dad spent lockdown year Instagramming photos of son's toy cars in real world settings K年8月31日 E12時18分 Fox News The 2021 Ford Bronco is the first model to wear the name in 25 years. Fox News Autos Editor Gary Gastelu travelled to Texas hill country to find out if it lives up to it. A toy car enthusiast took his little boy's Hot Wheels cars to a scenic spot every …
  • Scots dad takes incredible pictures of son's toy car at scenic spots every day of lockdown K年8月31日 E12時02分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail A doting dad and toy car enthusiast has completed his task of taking his son's Hot Wheels to scenic Scots spots every day for a year. In a bid to beat the lockdown blues, Ross Burns began posting a photo on Instagram of one of Daniel's wide …
  • This England: Milk snatcher K年8月25日 E7時05分 New Statesman A milkman on his rounds at dawn is a scene of quiet continuity for many – except, it seems, the Durham constabulary, which has drawn ridicule for asking one what he was “doing this early in the morning”, and arresting him on suspicion of burgling a …
  • Video: Follow Dornoch’s Winston the Bear as he hunts a dragon in charming new book K年8月24日 E7時16分 Press and Journal Every self-respecting village has its own dragon legend, and Dornoch is no exception. The tale of St Gilbert slaying a dragon which terrorised Dornoch residents in the 13th Century so captured the imagination of resident Catherine MacCulloch that she …
  • Sighthill Edinburgh: Plans for Capital Park logistics hub K年8月23日 E1時27分 The Herald (Scotland) PLANS have been submitted for a £30 million “urban logistics development” in Edinburgh, on the site of a former office building which is being demolished. A joint venture between industrial developer b Chancerygate and specialist investor Bridges Fund …
  • High interest in proposed 30m Capital Park units Daily Business K年8月23日 E7時32分 Big News Network High interest has been expressed in Capital Park (CGI illustration) Plans have been submitted for a £30m Grade A logistics park in Edinburgh which is already attracting a high level of interest. A joint venture wants to speculatively develop 146,745 sq ft …
  • nhow London appoints Murray Scott as new General Manager K年8月23日 E7時23分 Travel Daily News New appointments Vicky Karantzavelou / 23 Aug 2021 09:46 117 The hotel, listed in Best Places to Stay 2020 (The Times), is one of the most bold and creative new hospitality spaces in the capital, designed around the theme ‘London reloaded’ by Project …
  • Michael Cullen: Puller of financial strings, and parliamentary comic-in-chief K年8月20日 E7時39分 Stuff Sir Michael Cullen: politician; b February 5, 1945; d August 19, 2021 The job of the minister of finance, with its weighty responsibilities for steering economic policy, framing Budgets and reassuring markets, isn’t one you would ordinarily expect to see …
  • Fiercely intelligent with a cutting wit: Labour legend Michael Cullen dies K年8月20日 E4時27分 Rotorua Daily Post Michael Cullen making his valedictory speech in Parliament, April 2009. Photo / Ross Setford, NZPASir Michael Cullen, a former Deputy Prime Minister and a towering figure in the Labour Party, has died, aged 76. He was first elected to Parliament in …
  • Scott to lead newly opened nhow London K年8月19日 E9時39分 Internet Travel News nhow London has appointed Murray Scott to the role of general manager of the hotel. He will also oversee operations at NH Kensington as part of his responsibilities.  Murray worked his way up from housekeeping porter during his studies to general manager, …
  • Is building tall really best? Researchers dispel the myth of climate-friendly skyscrapers K年8月18日 E12時38分 Co.Design In a world of sprawling growth and exurban development, urban planners and environmentalists typically praise dense downtowns—full of people and skyscrapers—as models of efficiency and sustainability. More people on a smaller piece of land wastes less …
  • Cities like Paris may be optimal urban form for reducing greenhouse gas emissions K年8月12日 E7時29分 PhysOrg Researchers at CU Boulder are part of a newly published study that finds that low-rise, high-density environments like those found in Paris are the optimal urban form when looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions over their whole life cycle. The work, …
  • Drink and drive: whisky waste powers Scottish trucks K年8月11日 E11時41分 The Sun Daily DUFFTOWN: It has fuelled rain-soaked Highlanders for centuries, but now a distillery in northeast Scotland has found another use for whisky — to power lorries. In a warehouse at the bottom end of The Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, draff — one of the …
  • Covid: Are universities going to be in-person this year? K年8月5日 E1時47分 The Herald (Scotland) University life has looked vastly different since lockdown was implemented in March 2020.  Not only has socialising been intermittently illegal, but in-person teaching was replaced by Microsoft Teams and video calls for the majority of courses.  Over the …
  • Biochemicals from bugs is a dram good idea K年7月31日 E9時24分 The Herald (Scotland) Celtic Renewables is using residues from the whisky industry to prove that it is possible to produce chemicals from bacteria on an industrial scale and break our addiction to fossil fuels, writes Anthony Harrington. In 1938 an American-owned oil well in …
  • Edinburgh Napier celebrates graduates who had cancelled graduations with billboard campaign K年7月26日 E2時16分 The Herald (Scotland) Students whose graduation ceremonies were cancelled due to the pandemic can see their names on billboards, trams and buses as a university stages a “city takeover” to celebrate their success. Edinburgh Napier University came up with the idea as an …
  • STV anchor Emma Cameron 'bursting with joy' after birth of baby daughter K年7月25日 E3時51分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail As an STV anchor, Emma Cameron is used to sharing big news with the nation and today she reveals her greatest exclusive to date – her baby daughter. Gorgeous Ivy Helen was born nine weeks ago on May 14 and the newsreader, who suffered a devastating …
  • Edinburgh Colinton Road homes started K年7月19日 E10時29分 The Herald (Scotland) WORK has started on a new multi-million pound "flagship" private development in the Scottish capital. The Colinton Road development will see a mix of residential accommodation and commercial space built on the site adjacent to Craiglockhart …
  • Best UK universities for business, management & marketing – league table K年7月17日 E9時41分 The Guardian 1 Oxford 100 n/a n/a n/a 8.9 10 204 8 n/a 100 Satisfied with course n/a Satisfied with teaching n/a Satisfied with feedback n/a Student to staff ratio 8.9 Spend per student/10 10 Average entry tariff 204 Value added score…
  • Lothian: Teenagers to get polio, meningitis and tetanus jabs on vaccination bus K年7月14日 E4時56分 The Herald (Scotland) A bus is being converted into a mobile vaccination clinic to give teenagers jabs for meningitis, polio, diphtheria and tetanus. The teenage vaccination programme is usually run in schools during term time but the service was interrupted due to closures in …
  • Understanding the Education Landscape in the 21st Century K年7月8日 E8時36分 South Africa Today In the 20th century society valued compliance and conformity, where corporations dominated and people expected to work for the same company for decades and the education system prepared students for that reality. Although the 21st century brought with it a …
  • Agenda: How universities can support the military and their families K年7月6日 E4時16分 The Herald (Scotland) THE armed forces, veterans and their families are a valued part of our society and the Scottish Government is committed to making Scotland their destination of choice for studying and creating a long-term home. In Scotland along with the current 237,000 …
  • Two members of staff at celebrity chef Tom Kitchin's restaurants are suspended K年7月3日 E2時05分 Daily Mail Two members of staff at Tom Kitchin's restaurants have been suspended after allegations were made by former workers. Some former staff were allegedly punched and dragged by their collars at the Kitchin in Edinburgh. Twelve former employees of the …
  • Timber piling could help build hopes for homes on peatland K年6月28日 E5時16分 The Herald (Scotland) NEW environmentally friendly methods for laying housing foundations on peatland could help economic development in parts of the Highlands and Islands, it has been claimed. A research consortium led by Edinburgh Napier University and Heriot-Watt University …
  • Waring on ‘major mission’ to lift investment by women K年6月28日 E5時16分 The Herald (Scotland) Though upbeat about the quality of investment opportunities across the Scottish business landscape, Jackie Waring of Investing Women (IW) is also a bit frustrated. While her group has agreed several deals in recent months, most of them remain under wraps …
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  • Warrior Scots cancer teen Kira Noble celebrates 18th birthday with uni offers K年6月14日 E2時37分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail A Scots cancer teen celebrated her 18th birthday with two offers to study nursing at university. We previously told how Kira Noble was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was 11. The rare form of cancer develops from the nerve cells and mostly affects …
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