Under the surface of Scotland’s space industry

Witches of Scotland

Women in science

Curious primate minds

(Re)wayat: renarrating Muslim Edinburgh

‘In colour’: the exhibition

St Andrews Observatory in colourful squares

The secret world of data

Face in a million pieces representing personal data

(Six feet) under the surface: the secrets of Greyfriars Kirkyard

The graveyard at Greyfriars Kirk

Life’s not fair

Stacked wooden blocks with blue health symbols including a heart rate, vaccine, wheelchair, hospital

Climate change: What’s food got to do with it?

Green house with tomatoes growing.

Uncovering Argyll’s African art collection

Monolinguals vs. multilinguals: who wins?

A man and a woman talk with illustrations of different counties' flags moving between them.

Can you be a forensic scientist?

Ectocarpus: when seaweed meets dance

Hand holding a piece of seaweed against the backdrop of a beach

Surfacing diasporas

Under the surface of Arthur’s Seat

Arthurs Seat with the Edinburgh skyline in the background
  • A reasonable level of fitness is required to take part in this event as we will be walking from Holyrood over the northern flank of the hill to Dunsapie Loch and back round Queen’s Drive and Hunter’s Bog. 2-2.5 hours
  • There is also at times rough and uneven terrain and up and down moderate hills (by Scottish standards!)
  • People should bring water and wear suitable clothing (walking boots, waterproofs, walking pole)

Curious Edinburgh – self guided walking tours

Old map with Edinburgh

Preventing cancer – who cares?

Doctor holding stethoscope with the Scottish flag on it.

Under the surface of Arthur’s Seat

Arthurs Seat with the Edinburgh skyline in the background

Understanding the bee-line

A bee gets pollen from a flower in the sunshine

Scotland: the green energy storage superpower?

Green energy represented by a battery in a forest

Achieving net zero with human centred design

A sustainable green city

Coastal knowledge map competition

The curious mind of Ian Rankin

The information machine in your pocket

Minds on Mars

Environmental footprints in our DNA

Lives carved in stone

100th anniversary of the discovery of Insulin

Screening – Is it good for your health?

Return to Brownsbank

Towards a realistic utopia for dying in Scotland

Maps of Edinburgh landscapes through time