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Empowering Indonesian women in STEM through British Council Gender Equality Partnerships funding

Dr. Nathalia Tjandra and Professor Sally Smith

Edinburgh Napier University has been successfully granted funding by the British Council Gender Equality Partnerships for a project entitled “Empowering Indonesian women in STEM: Building Resilience through Network, Advisers and Role Models”. The project is conducted in collaboration with Universitas…
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Silver ‘Cutting Edge Research Award’ for ENU researchers’ contribution to Event Studies

Award winning group photo

An Edinburgh Napier University research team is the winner of the Silver 2023 Award for Cutting Edge Research in Event Studies. The team won the award for their paper published in Event Management, the leading international journal for the study…
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External funding awarded for The Centre for Child and Family Law and Policy & the “Domestic Abuse and Legal Aid – Pilot Project”

Two lawyers walking

The Centre for Child and Family Law and Policy has been awarded £2000 from the Clark Foundation for Legal Education, in order to offer our students mini-internships in the field of Family Law during the academic year 2023-24 (the Centre…
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In-between Belongings: Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the Lives of Syrian Refugees in Scotland

In collaboration with: Scottish Refugee Council, Edinburgh Napier University, Al-Maktoum College, Abertay University Dundee – 3rd October 2023 This event explores the co-existence of multiple and radically distinctive, yet rhythmic worlds, that Syrian refugees resettling in the Scotland found themselves…
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Global survey of cities finds more than half lack plans to guide digitalization

Press Release: Nairobi/Barcelona, November 15, 2022 Cities are increasingly using digital technologies for the delivery of basic services such as transportation, energy, public lighting, waste management, healthcare, and many others. This ongoing digital transformation provides new opportunities but also creates…
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Edinburgh Napier-led Cycling Supply Chain Research suggests action plan for circular bicycle manufacturing industry

With sales of 30 million units projected in Europe by 2030, Edinburgh Napier University researchers have explored how best to add resilience to the industry supply chain for Cycling Industries Europe.

Opportunities for Scotland discussed at Scottish Mountain Bike Conference Lockdowns during the pandemic highlighted the mental and physical health benefits of cycling as never before; but as demand for bikes soared, the corona virus also brought into sharp focus the…
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