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The Importance of SMEs to the Local Economy-
Watt Hepburn Lecture: The Importance of SMEs to the Local Economy with Nathan Bostock, CEO of Santander UK
Aberdeen Kiltwalk 2019
Join us for the Aberdeen Kiltwalk 2019 to raise vital funds for women's health research at the University of Aberdeen. All Kiltwalk fundraising will receive a massive 40% boost from The Hunter Foundation, meaning that we will receive £1.40 for every £1.00 that you raise! We will give you a free place...
Run Balmoral 2019 in aid of Cancer Research
Entries are now open for Run Balmoral 2019! The Development Trust is hoping to attract a team of enthusiastic runners to help us beat our £4.5 million target for cancer research at the University of Aberdeen. With new research estimating that one in two of us will get cancer in our...
Anniversary Event: Aberdeen Centre for Women's Health Research-
On Wednesday 6th March the University of Aberdeen Development Trust will celebrate the first anniversary of the University of Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research by launching a fundraising appeal. Opened by Her Excellency Dr Sheikha Aisha Bint Faleh Al Thani in March 2018 the Centre’s mission is to achieve...
Join us for the Aberdeen Kiltwalk 2018 to raise vital funds for cancer research at the University of Aberdeen.
What is cancer? How does cancer develop? How can you reduce the risk of getting cancer? How can we fight cancer? Every year around 32,000 people in Scotland are diagnosed with cancer. This figure is predicted torise to almost 35,000 by 2020. Cancer survival rates are improving thanks to medical research. But how much do...
Annual Ladies' Lunch-
This years Ladies' Lunch is taking place on Thursday 22nd September at the Marcliffe at Pitfodels. This year we are delighted to be joined by Professor Steven D Heys, Dean of the new School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition. Prior to this Professor Heys was Co-Director of the IMS and Head...
Dr Joan MacCormack Lecture Series 2016
Recent developments in oral history: from witnessing to composure Oral history has become enormously important in the last forty years, for going beyond the document to tap the history of groups hitherto absent from the archive. It has recovered histories, among others, of women, of black people, of the poor and...
Run Balmoral 2016-
On Saturday 23 April and Sunday 24 April supporters of the University of Aberdeen, including volunteer fundraisers and University staff, will be running to raise money for GASTROCAN (Grampian Gastro-Oesophageal Cancer Research Fund) GASTROCAN supports research to improve treatment for oesophageal and gastric cancer in NHS Grampian and The University of...