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Student Show Centenary Kick-off: Sign-up Now!-
We can't quite believe it, but the legendary Student Show marks its 100th year in 2021! It's been an incredible journey and we're excited to kick-off celebrating this momentous occasion with a virtual event, marking the opening of an online exhibition all about the show. The event will feature a...
Music Research Seminar: Dr Nathan Wolek-
Documenting Coastal Soundscapes from Florida to Scotland
Introduction to Offshore Decommissioning-
3-4 week online course with live sessions with our academic team
Breaking the Ice Ceiling-
This Earth Day (22 April), we are celebrating women in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) with an online event featuring Dr Clare Bond, Dr Harriet Teare and Dr Stephanie Ordonez, who will speak about their participation in a global leadership programme which culminates in a voyage to Antarctica...
Cruickshank Botanic Garden Virtual Spring Walk-
We hope you'll join us for another virtual Cruickshank Gardens walk, this time taking a look at the gardens in full spring bloom! Curator Mark Paterson will lead the session once again, to share his pre-recorded footage of the gardens and tell us a little bit about what can be...
The Golden Age of Space Exploration: NASA, ESA and Other Space Agencies-
We are delighted to welcome Professor Javier Martin-Torres, Personal Chair in Planetary Sciences, for a fascinating presentation on space exploration and the roles of different space agencies. Space exploration has bloomed as one of the most important targets of scientific-technical and strategic (non-military) international interest. We live in the 'Golden Age'...
Celebrating the Life & Achievements of Sir James McGrigor-
On Friday 9th April, 2021 it will be the 250th anniversary of the birth of one of Aberdeen's great men of medicine. Aberdeen Medico-Chirurgical Society cordially invites you to join this online event to celebrate the life and achievements of one of its founder members.
Music Research Seminar: Dr Anna Bull-
'Getting it right' Classical Music as a Middle-Class Social Practice
Societies With More Than Two Genders-
Professor Bill Naphy is back for another fascinating session which is not to be missed! Join us as Professor Naphy leads a discussion that will look at the large number of diverse cultures and societies around the world which have more than two genders. The event will consist of a brief presentation...