Apply to Research jobs now hiring in Scotland on Indeed.co.uk, the world's largest job site. Skip to Job Postings,. Research jobs in Scotland. Sort by: relevance - date. Page 1 of 182 jobs. Displayed here are job ads that match your query. Indeed may be compensated by these employers, helping keep Indeed free for jobseekers. Indeed ranks Job Ads based on a combination of employer bids and.
Researchers and Record Agents. Staff in the National Records of Scotland (NRS) are not able in most cases to carry out detailed research on behalf of paying customers. There are many firms and individuals (usually known as record agents or professional researchers) who undertake work such as legal searches, family history research and transcription and interpretaton of historical records on.
We have carried out research in data science and AI for more than 30 years, discovering new ways to improve health and daily life with this technology. Health, Nutrition and Wellbeing 500 years of advancing health. Our interdisciplinary strengths, healthcare expertise and industry collaborations underpin our commitment to addressing major health challenges with our research. Explore our.
Research within librarian-selected research topics on Scotland from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more.Learn More
Rowena Kenny (2010) - Bath Spa University - A critical review of research and literature exploring the relationship of the child with the natural world. - Link to her research paper Sam Massey - t he difference between the Forest School approach and the traditional outdoor learning approach - The Benefits of a Forest School Experience for Children in their early years (PDF).Learn More
Family history. Our family history guide provides an overview of the records we make available to help you trace your Scottish ancestors online, at our centre in Edinburgh and at Local Family History Centres elsewhere in Scotland. Medical Research. If you are a medical researcher you may also be interested in the National Health Service Central Register pages in the Statistics and Data area.Learn More
The Bronchiolitis Infant Discharge Study (BIDS) published in the Lancet has won the prestigious UK Clinical Paper of the year at the BMJ 2016 Awards. Bronchiolitis is a common infection in infants and a minority require admission to hospital where oxygen levels are monitored and supplemental oxygen provided to those that fall below an oxygen saturation threshold.Learn More
Research and analysis Scotland analysis: devolution and the implications of Scottish independence The first paper in the UK government's Scotland analysis series, which looks at Scotland’s place.Learn More
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The OU has four strategic research areas aimed at addressing twenty-first century global challenges and promoting social justice. Citizenship and governance: we are rethinking the changing relationships between citizens and authorities, from global issues like migration to the increasing scrutiny of private lives. Education: we are the European leader for massive innovations in learning.Learn More
Detailed analysis of Scottish Funding Council (SFC) data reveals in Scotland this has been met almost entirely by the expansion of sub-degree programmes in Scottish colleges. Since 2006, 90 per cent of all the growth in entry into Scottish higher education by disadvantaged students has been through sub-degree courses in colleges. The funded places at the ancients are a notable exception, but.Learn More
About us. The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) has been delivering independent marine science since 1884. Based in Oban, 150 staff are working for healthy and sustainably managed seas and oceans through world-class marine research, education and engagement with society.Learn More
A scientific research paper involves the conduct of experimentation, observation, and other strategic processes to gather data and analyze them to obtain results. It helps students understand various issues that surround them. Further, it follows an organized and comprehensive structure that will guide the students on how to perform the study. Most scientific research papers adopt the standard.Learn More
A Survey of Thatched Buildings in Scotland. This publication is a photographic survey of thatched buildings in Scotland, surveyed between May 2014 and August 2015 by Zoe Herbert, on behalf of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.Learn More
Newspapers are useful for your family history research as they contain: Notices of birth, death and marriage; Obituaries; Advertisements for emigration; Local business adverts and information; Local news and historical information about an area. They may also contain a news story about a member of your family if they were involved in an event. Newspaper collections at the National Library. At.Learn More