Book of Deer to return to north-east Scotland for the first time in a millennium
For the first time in more than one thousand years, the Book of Deer, possibly Scotland's oldest surviving manuscript, will return to the north-east of Scotland in 2022.
Climate Change 2021: Sixth Assessment Report contribution by Professor G Arruda
The timing of COP 26 coincided with the findings of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.
Martina Chukwuma-Ezike elected as University Rector
Martina Chukwuma-Ezike has been elected by students as Rector of the University of Aberdeen.
Anthology celebrates Toulmin Prize winners
The winners of an annual prize which celebrates the best of Doric writing will be showcased in a new anthology launched tomorrow (Thursday November 18).
Schoolchildren can Shape Environmental Planning with Treescapes
'A window into the past: using fossil pollen and spores' talk with Dr Ed Schofield as part of TechFest 2021. Monday 15th November, 6.30pm. All welcome - Booking required.
Climate capsule carries messages of hope to the future
A climate capsule offering hopes and pledges for the future of the planet has been buried at the University of Aberdeen's Cruickshank Botanic Garden today (Friday, 12 November).
Composer aims to take Doric to the concert hall
A former Banffshire music teacher is aiming to show that Doric deserves to be showcased in the concert hall, as well as valued in Scotland's homes and communities.
Dunnottar Primary pupils ahead of the game on climate change
School pupils across Aberdeen city and Aberdeenshire are being offered the chance to design, develop and market a game that will help bring to life the impact of climate change and how we can all contribute to combatting it.
Climate Change on the Third Pole
Climate change is occurring faster on the Tibetan Plateau than nearly anywhere else on Earth. What does the science say and what does this mean for Asia as a whole?
Robotic boat completes first uncrewed survey of fish populations around offshore oil platforms
A robotic boat has been used for the first time to survey fish populations around oil platforms in the North Sea.
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