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Soil Carbon Sequestration to Mitigate Climate Change-
Rising CO2 in the air is causing global warming and climate change. Microbes in the soil act as gatekeepers of soil-air carbon exchange. This exchange is affected as microbes adapt to environmental change. On Thursday 24 September from 4pm-5pm (BST) we will be joined by Dr. Ashish A. Malik. As part of two virtual events timed...
Rice, Water and Climate Change-
Rice is the world’s most important crop but also one of the most environmentally damaging because it uses a lot of water and contributes to climate change more than other cereals. Join Dr Adam Price for this presentation, on Thursday 24 September 2020 from 10am-11am, which will explain why rice traditionally...
The Origin of Hitler's Anti-Semitism-
Hosted by Professor Tom Weber, Chair in History & International Affairs, this session will explore the origins of Hitler’s anti-Semitism based on brand new information about Hitler’s earlier years, which only came to light at the start of this year. Professor Weber will discuss the finding in detail and what...
Scotland's Unsolved Murders-
Join Donald John MacDonald, STV Editor of News and fellow Aberdeen graduate, for a presentation on some of Scotland’s most notorious unsolved murders, from 4.00pm - 5.30pm on Thursday 13 August. In a career spanning 35 years Donald has reported on dozens of cases. He also produced the highly acclaimed STV...
Warsaw Alumni Cycling Trip-
The Scottish Alumni Group in Warsaw would like to invite you to attend their upcoming cycling trip on Thursday August 6 2020 from 6pm. Cycle to some of the important spots relating to the Warsaw Uprising which began on August 1 1944 at 5pm. The trip will last 60-90 minutes and will be followed by...
313th Statutory Meeting of the General Council-
The 313th Statutory Meeting of the General Council will take place virtually on Thursday 06 August from 4.30pm – 5.30pm (BST). You may be aware that the summer meeting was due to take place in May of this year, however due to Covid-19 the meeting had to be postponed. We are...
Chilean Arpilleras Workshop-
Arpilleras are a Chilean textile art form which were used during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990) to chronicle everyday lives and bear witness to the political situation. Traditionally made by women from scraps of fabric and materials to hand, arpilleras offered an income in difficult economic circumstances and a voice...
The Commemorative Plaques of Aberdeen-
Hosted by the wonderful Dr Chris Croly, this fascinating talk will look at the many different people, places and events in Aberdeen’s history that are commemorated with plaques around the city. Take a virtual walk through Aberdeen’s past and find out about the people and events that shaped the city...
Alumni in Warsaw Summer Gathering-
The Scottish Alumni Group in Warsaw would like to invite you to attend their summer gathering on the beautiful Warsaw beach under Poniatowski Bridge on July 2 2020 from 6.30pm. Come along to make some new friends whilst enjoying the evening skyline of Warsaw. More information about the group and the event...
Keeping Society Together in Time of Plague-
We hope that you will join us for this virtual talk, exploring government responses to Covid-19 in comparison with the Black Death over 650 years ago. For nearly 350 years after the arrival of plague in Europe in the Black Death of the 1350s, European societies (especially town and cities) faced...