Events Currently Running
Exhibition: Medicine in Wartime-
Medicine in Wartime: Aberdeen's Medical Innovators The Gallery, The Sir Duncan Rice Library 11th November 2017 to 18th March 2018
The 2018 Gifford Lectures-
Discerning the Dawn - History, Eschatology and New Creation with Professor N.T. Wright
Siobhan Wilson - Spotlight on Her: Workshop-
Join us for a songwriting workshop with Siobhan.
Siobhan Wilson - Spotlight on Her: Concert-
Join us for this special performance from Siobhan.
International Women's Day Conference-
The University of Aberdeen will host an International Women's Day Conference with the theme "Press for Progress".
UoA Students - Spotlight on Her: Concert-
Join us for this lunch time concert brought to you by University of Aberdeen students.
Georgina Jackson - Spotlight on Her: Workshop and Q&A-
Join us for a Jazz workshop with Georgina.
Georgina Jackson with Aberdeen Jazz Orchestra - Spotlight on Her: Concert-
Join us for this fantastic Jazz collaboration as part of our 'Spotlight on Her' series.
Charlotte Harding and Amy Green - Spotlight on Her: Lecture-Recital-
Join us for a performance and talk on 'Over 100 Years of Women and the Saxophone'
Charlotte Harding and Amy Green - Spotlight on Her: Workshop-
Join us for a saxophone ensemble workshop.
North Coast 500 Challenge Open Day-
Come along to this special Rowett Institute open day where you can meet some of our researchers who will be taking on the challenge of cycling the North Coast 500 route to raise funds for cancer research at the University of Aberdeen.
Talking Science with the SHMU FM Youth Media Team-
Tune in to SHMU radio on 99.8 FM for a special science themed show. Hear from the Youth Media Team as they discuss what science means to them and interview scientists from the University of Aberdeen.
Messiah in Doric-
Join us for the Doric Messiah, a singing workshop and performance of selections from Handel's Messiah in Doric, hosted by The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, in partnership with the Music Department, University of Aberdeen.
Seven Incorporated Trades Service-
The annual Seven Incorporated Trades Chapel service celebrates our historic links with the tradesmen of the City.
Cafe MED - The bottle and the baby's brain: Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder-
Join us for short informal talks that bring together leading bio-science researchers and clinicians.
Food and Social Media: Just #foodporn or a force for good?-
Whether it is the endless Instagram pictures of meals, celebrity food bloggers touting the latest fad diet, or Twitter users commenting on their latest take-away experience, it seems that food is all over social media. But is there more to this deluge of online material than people just impressing their...
PechaKucha Aberdeen: Environment-
An evening of inspired thoughts captured in 6 minutes and 40 seconds. This science week special will feature several fast-paced presentations bringing together science, art, research and fresh ideas.
Sci-screen: Apollo 13-
Join us for a very special 35mm screening of Apollo 13 for British Science Week. Before the fi lm hear from physicist Dr Ross Macpherson (University of Aberdeen), who will discuss the physical challenges of spaceflight.
A Filthy, Dirty, and Abominable Practice: A Short History of the Blackening-
This talk will show how the blackening has developed through time into the ritual we see today.
Cafe Scientifique - Explosive social contagion and immunisation-
An informal way to engage with the latest topics in science
Clock-work in health and disease: How genes time our physiology and behaviour-
Join Dr Tyler Stevenson from the School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen for a talk exploring biological rhythms.
What is an FFC-MRI scanner and how can it benefit patients?-
In 1980 the very first scan of a patient by MRI was carried out at the University of Aberdeen. Now a new generation of scanners has been designed and built.
A Pint of Science and Fashion-
Join us for an evening showcasing how science and fashion have come together to create incredible designs inspired by from beautiful insects.
Feed Your Imagination-
An innovative dining experience where you choose a menu board and create your own meal with nutritional guidance from Professor Alexandra Johnstone, from the Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Boat Race-
As historic rivalries bubble up to the surface, the annual Aberdeen Boat Race returns to the north east of Scotland.
Open-Lab: MRI Scanners Past and Future-
The world's first MRI scan of a patient was done in 1980, using Aberdeen University's "Mark-I" scanner. Now a team of scientists at the University's Medical School has built a new kind of scanner called "Fast-Field-Cycling" MRI, which could provide earlier diagnosis of many diseases.
British Science Week Discovery Day-
Join us for a fun day of science for all the family at Aberdeen Science Centre for British Science Week 2018!
Climate Change Perspectives-
Climate Change is one of the biggest societal challenges we face. At this event we will discuss the latest research, policy and calls to action here in Aberdeen.
Project SEARCH Fundraising Gala Concert-
The University's Project SEARCH team will host a fundraising Gala Concert to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the internship programme.
SCI Public Evening Lecture: Sustainable agriculture: Enabling biodiversity alongside intensive farming-
In 50 years, the land free to feed the population has dropped from two to half an acre per person. Unsustainable agriculture is a major cause of habitat loss and the global vertebrate population has fallen by 58% since 1970. Join us as we live-stream the SCI Public Evening Lecture series...
Ogston Music Prize Final-
The premiere competition for the University Music Department , as students compete for the prestigious Derek Ogston Music Prize
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