The slow, plinky-plonk, whistling music, that sounded like the background to a light-hearted French film, wafted through the theatre, adding irony to the deeply moving subject matter that was about
The longtime EISF director explains the art of science communication and why warnings from this year's Edinburgh Medal winner need to be heeded.
The 2012 Edinburgh Medallist, US physicist Dr James Hansen, is one of the world’s most respected climate scientists.
Edinburgh is one of ten UK cities set to share £100m to introduce ultra-fast broadband and wifi through the city, Chancellor George Osborne announced today in his budget.
The Edinburgh World Writers’ Conference 2012-2013 is a collaboration between the Edinburgh Book Festival and the British Council, which sets out to "build the most complete picture of writing and its relationship to modern life ever attempted."
The Edinburgh International Book Festival and the British Council are collaborating on a new venture The Edinburgh World Writers’ Conference 2012-2013.
In a strange dystopian world overrun by outdated machines, a man attempts to find a woman who appears in his dreams.
The 224-year old General Register House at North Bridge is the latest historic building to be laser-scanned and digitally recorded as part of ongoing proje
Come April, Peter Arnott - an award-winning scribe from Glasgow - will have completed a year as the first Resident Playwright to be based at the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Genomics Forum. The position has been part of a creative partnership with the Traverse Theatre.