Poster prize for Savarin Sinaviwat (Nan) and Wladiana Oliveira Matos
TESLA's PhD students were out in force at the 11th Scottish Symposium on Environmental Analytical Chemistry at RGU. Savarin Sinaviwat (Nan) and Wladiana Oliveira Matos won the poster price for their presentation of the Distribution and Speciation of arsenic in brazilian shrimps.
University Team embark on major heart disease study in South Asia
TESLA's BRAVE project (Bangladesh Risk of Acute Vascular Events) is mentioned in the university annual report
Onagie Ayemoba has successfully passed her PhD viva
Onagie Ayemoba, aka Faith, had her PhD viva on Monday afternoon. She went through it successfully and only minor corrections to her thesis have been recommended. Her thesis title was Cation double-layer effects and its relevance to CO2 electroreduction reaction in aqueous and non-aqueous media. Congratulations from everyone.
Protecting the Oceans Using Chemistry
Professor Marcel Jaspars has been advising the United Nations to develop a new law to protect marine biodiversity. The UN is working to conserve and sustainably use marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction – about 60% of the oceans and 40% of the entire planet. further information can be found...
Chemistry Graduation November 2019
Students graduate November 2019
Workshop in Malawi organised by PhD-student from TESLA
Promoting use of field deployable method in screening rice containing elevated inorganic arsenic among smallholder farmers in Malawi to promote exportation of low inorganic arsenic rice for baby food production
Public engagement activity
Aberdeen Schools Hydrogen Challenge 2019 gets support from members of the Ab-elektro group
Top award for leading AI academic and graduate
A leading academic and a recent graduate from the University's Department of Computing Science have won an award at a major national conference for specialists in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning research.
University technician nominated for higher education award
A leading technician from the University of Aberdeen has been nominated for a prestigious higher education award.
Leading physicist elected to Academia Europaea
A renowned physicist from the University of Aberdeen has been elected as a member to one of Europe's most prestigious scientific organisations.