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A canine companion has arrived at Heriot-Watt, to underline the University's commitment to supporting positive mental health across the community.

A new British Sign Language Clan tartan has been designed through a Heriot-Watt partnership.

Over the summer Computer Science ran their intern programme for the second year, hosting nine interns from across Scottish Universities' Computer Science programmes.

A new competition encouraging undergraduate students to evaluate how the latest research is translated into headline news has been launched by a partnership including Heriot-Watt.

Heriot-Watt fashion and textiles graduates have taken part in a Scottish Parliament event celebrating the work and roles of livestock keepers around Scotland.

Heriot-Watt scientists featured strongly at the Explorathon event at the Zoo, demonstrating a range of fascinating research projects to the public.

Heriot-Watt's School of Management and Languages (SML) has published the first of 20 business management textbooks.

The first Rain Rivers and Reservoirs workshop was held in the Universidade de São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, from 1st to 3rd September, 2015 bringing together researchers from Brazil and the UK.

A team from Heriot-Watt is leading the programme to promote the use of British Sign Language (BSL) in schools.

One of Europe's leading independent oil and gas exploration and development companies has become the tenth member of a group of oil and gas companies supporting the Heriot-Watt led NERC CDT.

The history of the knitwear industry in Hawick is featured at an exhibition supported by design staff at the University's School of Textiles and Design.

Heriot-Watt Design for Textiles student Jane Fleming joined the Queen for her steam-train trip on the newly opened Borders Railway.

Duke Anderson and Keith Kovalsky, President and VP Technology of Foundation CMG visit the Institute of Petroleum Engineering to discuss the research activities they are supporting through their sponsorship of the Foundation CMG Chair.

Heriot-Watt will be involved in developing in-vitro laboratory test to predict disease following exposure to nanomaterials.