Research projects content
Bodies of Knowledge
This project explores how the internet has and is being used by patients, practitioners and researchers in relation to Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI), a proposed cause for the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
The Bones Collective is an interdisciplinary research network of anthropologists, archaeologists, artists based at the University of Edinburgh who share an interest in human bones.
Bringing labour back in: class antagonism, labour agency and Britain’s active labour market reforms
The project challenges top-down accounts that explain this transformation through a focus on the ideas and interests of elites.
Business Models, Venture Capital and the Funding Gap in Regenerative Medicine
The Innogen Institute is providing recommendations on options for making public and private sector investments in regenerative medicine more attractive and profitable through the identification of alternative commercialisation models.
Centre for Science, Knowledge and Policy (SKAPE)
The Centre for Science, Knowledge and Policy (SKAPE) conducts innovative and critical research on the relationship between knowledge and policy.
Centre for South Asian Studies
Founded in 1988, the Centre for Asian Studies (CSAS) brings together a vibrant core of academic colleagues that have a keen interest and expertise on South Asia.
Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC)
The Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) is a leading centre for the study of constitutional change and territorial politics in the United Kingdom and beyond.
The Centre for Security Research (CeSeR) is an interdisciplinary centre that aims to promote and link diverse forms of security research across disciplines
Changing food habits and health from infancy to childhood
This research looks at childhood food and health inequalities and how these change over time within the context of family factors and social policy.
Citizen Science Initiatives and Participatory Research
Looking into ways of raising the awareness of the potential that 'good' Citizen Science has for academics and policymakers alike.