The real-life story of a puma who once lived in the University’s landmark Old College in the 19th century has inspired an artist to reimagine…
An Edinburgh alumna’s entrepreneurism is helping to transform the lives of young women from low-income households in Africa and beyond.
Meet the University of Edinburgh student volunteers who are forming lasting friendships while contributing to the community.
Two recent landscape architecture graduates have helped set up a charity that is building life-changing facilities for refugees in Europe.
When the Patrick Geddes Centre for Learning opens in 2017 in a restored historic building, it will honour the pioneering University tutor who established Scotland’s first student residences.
An alumni-funded choir set up to research the impact of singing on mental health has taken on a life of its own.
University experts helped shape the spectacular curtain-raiser to the 2016 Edinburgh International Festival, an exploration of Edinburgh’s history on a geological timescale, projected on the city’s…
As the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins, receives an honorary degree, Professor Enda Delaney reflects on our special relationship with our neighbours across the water.
Meet the 21 alumni who, elected to the Scottish Parliament in May 2016, will help shape the future of their country.
As the restoration of McEwan Hall continues, we meet postgraduate students who are helping to renovate frescos on its ceilings and walls.
As construction begins on the new home of the Data Technology Institute, its Director, Professor Jon Oberlander, discusses artificial intelligence and the prospects for compassionate robots.
Explore a selection of treasures that have been donated to the University over the four centuries since a gift of books in 1580 founded the library.
Joanna Storrar, Executive Director of the North American Office, highlights the University’s activities in the US and Canada, and previews a packed calendar of spring 2016 events.
The BBC’s popular Autumnwatch has shone a spotlight on the University’s unique Isle of Rum Red Deer Project.
The University of Edinburgh’s Big Idea podcast series has dedicated its latest episode to the refugee and migrant crisis in Europe.
Meet the Edinburgh researchers dedicated to ensuring animal welfare is maintained throughout international efforts to manage populations of street dogs.
For more than half a century, Edinburgh has been home to leading lights in the field now known as informatics.
Three alumni from across the disciplines tell the story of their involvement in the bridges across the Forth.