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Scotsman
Push to make the humble potato a Chinese staple Chinas King of Potato, Liaing Xisen, and Jonathan Snape of James Hutton at the
Push to make the humble potato a Chinese staple
Scotsman / Posted 15 days ago
Chinas King of Potato, Liaing Xisen, and Jonathan Snape of James Hutton at the Potatoes in Practice event. Picture: Contributed Scottish know-how could soon be helping potatoes push rice to one side of... Read more
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Times of Malta
Kaleidoscopic light show opens Edinburgh festivalthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of “d
Kaleidoscopic light show opens Edinburgh festival
Times of Malta / Posted 18 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of “deep time”, a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth’s formation. The show was created using... Read more
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iol.co.za
Edinburgh’s spectacular 3D light showThe animation focused on the idea of “deep time”, a geological concept pioneere
Edinburgh’s spectacular 3D light show
iol.co.za / Posted 19 days ago
The animation focused on the idea of “deep time”, a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using architectural mapping technology and took... Read more
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heraldscotland
Rock Action: Deep Time officially opens Edinburgh International Festival to crowd of 27,000of land and water that became fossils before their eyes, galactic perspectives
Rock Action: Deep Time officially opens Edinburgh International Festival to crowd of 27,000
heraldscotland / Posted 19 days ago
of land and water that became fossils before their eyes, galactic perspectives of the creation of the world, and words from James Hutton, Shakespeare and Ted Hughes were emblazoned on the constantly morphing landscape. One of the most spectacular... Read more
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Scotsman
Deep Time light show transforms Edinburgh Castleexploring the city’s “intellectual legacy”. Set to music by the Glasgow indie-
Deep Time light show transforms Edinburgh Castle
Scotsman / Posted 19 days ago
exploring the city’s “intellectual legacy”. Set to music by the Glasgow indie-rock band Mogwai, the free event honoured James Hutton, the 18th century Edinburgh scientist who became known as “the father of geology”. Deep Time was the second in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Edinburgh Castle lights up with animations for festival openingband Mogwai provided a specially composed soundtrack for the display, looking a
Edinburgh Castle lights up with animations for festival opening
heraldscotland / Posted 19 days ago
band Mogwai provided a specially composed soundtrack for the display, looking at the work of renowned Edinburgh scientist James Hutton, which was developed by 59 Productions with academics from Edinburgh University. Speaking ahead of the show,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Dramatic volcano-themed light show opens Festival on Edinburgh's Castle Rockthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Dramatic volcano-themed light show opens Festival on Edinburgh's Castle Rock
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 19 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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Weekly Times
Edinburgh Festival kicks offthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Edinburgh Festival kicks off
Weekly Times / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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Herald Sun
Edinburgh Festival kicks offthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Edinburgh Festival kicks off
Herald Sun / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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News.com.au
Edinburgh Festival kicks offthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Edinburgh Festival kicks off
News.com.au / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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Daily Record
Edinburgh Castle lit up in stunning 3D digital light show for 2016 Festivalthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of “d
Edinburgh Castle lit up in stunning 3D digital light show for 2016 Festival
Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of “deep time”, a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth’s formation. The show was created using... Read more
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Perth Now
Edinburgh Festival kicks offthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Edinburgh Festival kicks off
Perth Now / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Edinburgh Festival kicks offthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Edinburgh Festival kicks off
Adelaide Now / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Edinburgh Festival kicks offthe 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "d
Edinburgh Festival kicks off
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
the 27,000-strong crowd watching live. The animation focused on the idea of "deep time", a geological concept pioneered by James Hutton in Scotland in the 18th century, which helps to explain the earth's formation. The show was created using... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore’s urban hikes offer health benefits without the drive to the countryside— asociated with depression. In 2014, researchers from University of Michigan,
Baltimore’s urban hikes offer health benefits without the drive to the countryside
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
— asociated with depression. In 2014, researchers from University of Michigan, with partners from De Montfort University, James Hutton Institute and Edge Hill University in the United Kingdom, found that group nature walks significantly lowered... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh Castle facade to be transformed by light showof the city and explores the geological concept of ‘deep time’ (pioneered by Ed
Edinburgh Castle facade to be transformed by light show
Scotsman / Posted 26 days ago
of the city and explores the geological concept of ‘deep time’ (pioneered by Edinburgh resident and enlightenment thinker James Hutton) through 350 million years of Edinburgh’s history. The Standard Life Opening Event: Deep Time, created by... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh Castle to kick off festival with dazzling displaystate-of-the-art digital animation projected on to the western facade of the ca
Edinburgh Castle to kick off festival with dazzling display
Scotsman / Posted 27 days ago
state-of-the-art digital animation projected on to the western facade of the castle to herald the legacy of Edinburgh-born James Hutton, whose theories about the origins of the earth paved the way for modern geological science. The event, which... Read more

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