Go behind-the-scenes at The King’s Buildings science and engineering campus through a newly updated virtual tour. Explore unique research spaces, including the Edinburgh Genome Foundry in the Swann Building, the Acoustic Chambers in JCMB, and the FloWave research facility. Discover a variety of videos, blogs and information points that highlight the work of staff and students. Also, scattered throughout the virtual experiences are a number of interactive activities, including catching sea creatures (Grant Institute), maths puzzles (JCMB), and exploring how light affects plants (Waddington Building). You can also investigate the Natural History Collections in Ashworth. After your King’s Buildings visit, you can tell us what you think through an online survey, our public comment board or by tweeting us @ScienceUoE!
You can also explore more through videos of the Informatics buildings and personal stories that illustrate the diverse routes to computer science that many of our colleagues have taken. Finally, the Bayes Centre – home of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence – presents videos and activities that allow you to discover the influence of Data Science in our modern world!