University in the News - Friday September 14

University in the News - Friday September 14

A roundup of some of the University stories covered in the media today.

Professor Jim Hutchison
The Times carries an in-depth obituary on MRI inventor Professor Jim Hutchison. The Courier also carries an article on his death.

Pine martens in Loch Lomondside
Dr Emma Sheehy
is quoted in the Clydebank Post in an article about Pine martens thriving in woodland north of Dumbarton

Historian puts independence under the spotlight

The National features an article on next week’s symposium Staying Together? Crisis and Survival in Political Unions Since 1469 to be held at Aberdeen discussing political unions. Professor Robert Frost is quoted.

Cars of the future
A story reported in The Herald on Thursday, reporting that researchers have unveiled ‘ the future of city centre transport’ in the form of the Espirit mobility system, a leading project in the European Commission’s Green Vehicles scheme, partly designed by University of Aberdeen, is covered in the BBC.