Aberdeen's Caroline Wickham-Jones: Painting a picture of Scapa Flow, 10,000 years ago
Caroline Wickham-Jones is nearing half way through her Leverhulme Research Fellowship to look at the drowned landscape of Orkney and her results to date have attracted some local interest.
Modern dog breeds 'genetically disconnected' from ancient ancestors
Cross-breeding of dogs over thousands of years has made it extremely difficult to trace the ancient genetic roots of today's pets, according to a new study.
2012 Digital Economy All Hands Conference to be held in Aberdeen
The Call for Papers and Workshops for this year's Digital Economy All Hands Conference has now been released. The conference is to be held in Aberdeen, 23rd - 25th October.
Is there oil in Antarctica?
The prospect of finding oil in Antarctica will be discussed at a free event in Aberdeen on Wednesday (May 16).
Wasted milk is a real drain on our resources, study shows
Milk poured down Britain's kitchen sinks each year creates a carbon footprint equivalent to thousands of car exhaust emissions, research shows.
Environmental Protection Agency releases UoA study into the use of fracking technology
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today (Friday May 11) published a report from a preliminary study on current knowledge about the environmental considerations and impacts of shale gas exploration and extraction, and in particular the use of hydraulic fracturing technology.
'Uncovered' basin gives new insight into impact of West Antarctica ice loss
A consortium of British scientists, including a glaciologist from the University of Aberdeen, have uncovered a deep, ice-covered basin - measuring approximately the size of Wales - in a previously little explored area of West Antarctica.
New research projects cement Aberdeen's position as leading institution for research on The North
The University of Aberdeen is launching a new, cross-disciplinary research theme on The North which will place the institution at the forefront of research throughout the northern circumpolar regions.
Scheme offers opportunities for Brazilian students
The University of Aberdeen is participating in a Brazilian Government scholarship scheme to give students from the country the opportunity to study at institutions across the globe.
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