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SensiBile: defining the quality of donor livers before transplantation
Bench to Bedside
Clinical sciences
Medical technologies
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IBDSENSE: developing a non-invasive test for inflammatory bowel disease
Bench to Bedside
Clinical sciences
Medical technologies
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Bioliberty
In the year that the University of Edinburgh celebrates 60 years of AI and Computer Science research, Edinburgh Innovations is showcasing the many ways in which the University is innovating in the digital space.
Data, AI & robotics
Medical technologies
Startups and spinouts
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FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies
Biotechnology
Medical technologies
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Restoring trust in financial benchmarks
Fintech
Future Proof
Policy, public sector and justice
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Bilingualism Matters
Culture, creativity and tourism
Policy, public sector and justice
Startups and spinouts
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Chip down-sizing project delivers universal benefits
In the year that the University of Edinburgh celebrates 60 years of AI and Computer Science research, Edinburgh Innovations is showcasing Edinburgh academics, students and alumni who have been innovating in the digital space.
Data, AI & robotics
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Circular product design for tomorrow’s world
Circular economy
Future Proof
Sustainability
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Mitigating Climate Risks for Scotland’s Festivals
Culture, creativity and tourism
Future Proof
Sustainability
14 Feb 2023
Insight  
Why can’t we work together? How to collaborate well
Future Proof
Policy, public sector and justice
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The future of Scotland is all fun and games
Culture, creativity and tourism
Data, AI & robotics
Future Proof
Startups and spinouts
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Making children’s rights real in Scotland
Culture, creativity and tourism
Future Proof