Into the light - new Leverhulme-funded research project explores Dark Ages in Northern Britain
The early Medieval period has often been referred to as the 'Dark Ages', associated with economic and cultural decline after the fall of the Roman Empire between the 5th and 11th centuries AD. This is not true - An exciting new 5-year Leverhulme funded project led by Dr Samantha Jones...
Masters students celebrate at School prize-giving event
Students studying the Integrated Petroleum Geosciences MSc put their knowledge to the test in a recent event held at the School of Geosciences.
Dr Alex Brasier awarded Sun Shu International Prize medal
Dr Alex Brasier has formally received his Sun Shu International Prize medal from the International Association of Sedimentologists during the (virtual) International Sedimentological Congress in Beijing. Dr Brasier's research encompasses a startlingly broad spectrum of topics, employing a gamut of analytical and experimental methodologies to answer fundamental questions, including developing “the...
Join us at the Research Facilities Showcase - Wed 14th Sept 2022
Come along to this free event on Wed 14th Sept and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and explore the vast array of research facilities the University of Aberdeen has to offer, as well as a chance to network with colleagues across the University.
Professor John Underhill welcomes Equinor's Rosebank announcement
Professor John Underhill, Interdisciplinary Director of Energy Transition at the University of Aberdeen, has welcomed Equinor and its partners intention to invest in the Rosebank oil and gas field, located west of Shetland.
University unveils new energy scholarship opportunities
Students studying energy-related programmes at the University of Aberdeen are set to benefit from new scholarship opportunities.
Human Geography ranked 1st in the UK for overall student satisfaction
Human Geography at Aberdeen has been ranked 1st in the UK for overall student satisfaction, with a score of 100%. The annual NSS asks final-year students across the UK about a range of factors related to their academic experience, including teaching, learning opportunities, assessment and feedback, and academic support. We are...
A dam fine dram - researchers team up with The Glenlivet to protect whisky production
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen and James Hutton Institute have worked with The Glenlivet distillery to introduce environmentally sustainable solutions at Chivas Brothers' Speyside distillery to address water scarcity and protect whisky production.
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