Projects

Fieldtrip GB is a mobile mapping and data collection app that is available for iPhone and Android devices.  It has been developed by EDINA, based at The University of Edinburgh, with support from Jisc.  It will allow students, lecturers and researchers to collect data...

Treezilla.org 

We're making a monster map of Britain's trees. Use the Treezilla app to record the trees near you and to find out how they benefit the local environment.

All the trees in the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh are mapped on Treezilla.org...

EvolutionMegaLab.org

Scientists have been studying the banded snail for many years and have found that the darker shell types tend to be more common in woodland where the background colour is brown, while in grass banded snails tend to be lighter-coloured, yellow and more stripy. This variation is thought...

Explore the origins and development of The University of Edinburgh, centred on the site of the Old College Quadrangle. Design by Luma 3D Interactive

The story of this location involves churches, battles, queens, murder, world-changing discoveries and much besides…

You have the opportunity to learn more about this history and,...

Here is a snapshot of the map of Edinburgh wildlife observations made on www.ispotnature.org

You can see the whole picture and all its details here and add your own observations at www.ispotnature.org...

For many years Emeritus Prof John Henry has taken new graduate students and staff on a 2-hour city walk focussing on the history of science in the city of Edinburgh. Starting at Old Surgeon’s hall, the tour continues showing the Old College and other important university sites, while discussing figures...

This is a demonstration project being created for the Hello World Event on May 3rd. It will allow us to add data on the fly to a fly-through 3D model of the city created in Unity. Yes, that's two flies, so we ought call the model DIPTERED. The image shown here is a...

LitLong:Edinburgh allows you to explore literary Edinburgh from the inside – through the invocation of the many places of this wonderful city in nearly 550 novels, stories, memoirs and journals. Whether you’re looking to trace a path through a single book or the work of a particular author, whether...