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Collections Conversations: In Sickness and in Health-
NHS Grampian Archivist Fiona Musk provides an insight into the history of hospitals and the NHS in Aberdeen.
Collections Conversations: 50 years of the Zoology Museum-
Staff and volunteers share interesting stories of the Zoology Museum and look forward to hearing your stories too, over a Thursday morning cuppa.
Collections Conversations: St. Machar's Cathedral: Projects and Projections-
Phoenix Archer discusses all of the projects being undertaken as St Machar's Cathedral celebrates its 500th anniversary.
Collections Conversations: Caring and Sharing-
Join UoA Collections and Lise Bos for this week's Collections Conversation about the fascinating project, Caring and Sharing.
Collections Conversations: Envisioning Women's Places-
Join us for a UOA Collections Conversation, about the upcoming exhibition, 'Envisioning Women's Places: Photographs form the George Washington Wilson Collection'.
Collections Conversations: Football Memories with Alan Johnstone-
Join UOA Collections in conversation with Alan Johnstone, as we discuss the Football Memories Scotland project.
Collections Conversations: NEW SEASON begins with Looking at Art Mindfully with Peggy Beardmore-
We're easing into a new series of our Collections Conversations with another session Looking at Art Mindfully with Peggy Beardmore.
RV Jones Lecture: Energy Systems for the 21st Century - The Drive for Net Zero-
This lecture from Professor Sir Jim McDonald - Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde, will contextualise the drive for low carbon energy systems.
Collections Conversations: Book of Beasts-
Join UoA Collections and Professor Jane Geddes for this week's Collections Conversation. Jane will be chatting with us about the Aberdeen Bestiary and its appearance in the 'Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World' exhibition at the Getty Museum in America.
Collections Conversations: Inc 5, An Imperfect Copy-
Join UoA Collections and Jane Pirie, Curator (Rare Books) for a chat about 'Inc 5', Avicenna's Canon of Medicine. This wonderful but damaged book was printed in Strasbourg between 1473 and 1477. Jane will be sharing its fascinating story.