Head of Aberdeen University Museums, Neil Curtis featured on BBC Radio 4's Front Row having been involved with the return of people and objects, back to their country of origin since 2003.
Sound of the sea solves decades-old supervolcano mystery
Scientists have used the sound of the sea to discover the route taken by hot fluids that feed a supervolcano in southern Italy.
From the flight path to the field: trying to save lives in the UK's most hazardous industry
A new checklist for farmers, similar to that used by airline pilots has been developed by researchers from University of Aberdeen.
The Role of Plants & Soils in Climate Change 23 May
Professor Pete Smith will discuss the mechanisms whereby plants and soils influence greenhouse gas emissions and climate. All welcome.
Cruickshank Botanic Garden Tours 24 May
Join Curator, Mark Paterson, for a tour of the UK's most northerly botanic garden. Tours start from 0900hrs.
Zoology Museum Open Day 24 May
Largest international collection of zoological specimens in the North of Scotland. Covering more than 200 years of biological study at Aberdeen University.
Kelp row inspires research project to explore best practice in the 'blue economy'
A row over commercial kelp dredging on Scotland's west coast has inspired a new research project which will see academics in Aberdeen and Japan develop new approaches to the political ecology of coastal societies.
Worldwide study reveals air pollution link to unborn baby growth
Exposure to air pollution is linked to babies' growth during pregnancy, according to a landmark new study.
Playing in the archives: Aberdeen's burgh records inspiring video game design
Aberdeen's UNESCO-recognised medieval records could provide the inspiration for video games which will bring people face-to-face with life in the Middle Ages.
Popular city festival returns with jam-packed programme for 2019
The University of Aberdeen's May Festival is back for 2019 - with a bigger programme than ever!
University launches recruitment campaign for 60 academic posts
The University of Aberdeen is recruiting for 60 academic posts as part of an ambitious strategy to enhance its status as a world leader in research.
Trans Atlantic Rural Research Network (TARRN) met in Aberdeen
Over 40 delegates attended. Papers were presented. Innovative methods in rural social science research discussed, including challenges between academic research and public policy.
Symbolic Objects in Contentious Politics
A BSA Early Career Event will be held on Saturday, 6 April 2019 from 09.30am to 5.30pm in the Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen. All welcome. Booking essential.
Success for Biological Sciences students at annual conference
Two students from the University of Aberdeen's School of Biological Sciences enjoyed success at a recent conference.
Aberdeen 31st in world for impact on society
The University of Aberdeen has been ranked 31st in the world in terms of the impact it has on society.
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