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  • How can we help children to learn? 

    Li, Yue (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)
    This thesis began with a question: How can we help children to learn? I examined this question by testing four distinct factors proposed to influence learning: number awareness, mindset, stereotyping and conscientiousn ...
  • Communicating on climate change after COVID-19 

    Pinkard, John; Howick, Matt; Morton, Calum; Cuthbert, Mark; Fraser, Louise (JRS, 2021-03)
    This research was commissioned by ClimateXChange, on behalf of the Scottish Government, as part of a range of work to further develop Scottish Government public engagement activity on climate change. The aim of the work ...
  • A Review of Heat Decarbonisation Policies in Europe 

    Kerr, Niall; Winskel, Mark (University of Edinburgh, 2021-02)
    European countries vary greatly in terms of how residential buildings are heated. These differences, built up over decades, reflect particular national resource endowments, economic resources and technical infrastructures. ...
  • Review of the Scottish TIMES energy system model 

    Dodds, Paul (University College London, 2021-02)
    The Scottish TIMES model has provided influential evidence to inform Scottish Government climate policy in recent years. This report presents the findings of a technical review of the Scottish TIMES model. This comprised ...
  • Development of novel molecular tools for the characterisation of zebrafish renin 

    Hoffmann, Scott (The University of Edinburgh, 2020-11-30)
    The renin angiotensin system (RAS) is highly conserved across vertebrates. However, until recently it has not been extensively explored in zebrafish, an important model organism suitable for developmental studies, ...

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