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In Conversation with... Dee Bleakley-
Motivation: 3 truths and a lie - Hear about different ways of motivating yourself and staying positive.
PRIDE in Belonging-
Join us for an evening celebrating culture, art, and entertainment as part of the University of Aberdeen's Pride Month celebrations.
Collections Conversations: OurStory Scotland-
OurStory Scotland is a Scottish Charity run wholly by volunteers, dedicated to collecting, archiving and presenting the stories of the LGBTQ community in Scotland. Over a period of 20 years they have developed innovative ways of recording the stories of this community. The stories they collect are archived at the...
Book Launch - National Climate Change Acts: the Emergence, Form and Nature of National Framework Climate Legislation-
The Centre for Energy Transition, University of Aberdeen, in association with the Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law is delighted to host this special online event to launch this important work on climate change legislation.
Adam & Eve: (Re-)Constructing Ideas of Gender-
Professor Bill Naphy will consider how 'normative' concepts of masculine, feminine and other ideas of gendered identity have developed in the course of the last century.
Offshore Energy System Integration: Challenges and Opportunities in the North Sea-
A panel discussion with Q&A brought to you by the Centre for Energy Transition
Festival of Chinese Translation-
Hosted by The Confucius Institute at the University of Aberdeen.
In Conversation with... Gary McEwan-
What can your business learn from start-ups?
New Technologies for Achieving Low Carbon Economies: Opportunities for Aberdeen and the North East of Scotland-
To celebrate the official launch of the Centre for Energy Transition, the University of Aberdeen is delighted to host this online panel discussion on the opportunities that energy transition present for Aberdeen and the North East of Scotland.
Collections Conversations: Highland Threads-
'Highland Threads' is a collaboration between 14 museums from across the Highlands. The virtual exhibition, which launched on 1 April, showcases a costume from each museum's collection alongside stories of the people who made the cloth, who wore the clothes and where they were produced. A 360° video presentation of...