Does exercise benefit the mildly depressed? Volunteers wanted
Scientists hope to use brain imaging to determine for the first time whether the effects of exercise on mildly depressed people can be observed on a neurological level.
Is locally-grown food better for us?
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health are investigating if there are nutritional benefits to eating locally grown foods, but need help from members of the public to do so.
Over the Ice: Polar Exploration from the Air
Dr Marionne Cronin's piece on 20th century aviation and polar exploration is now available online.
Next generation of Europe's Bio-Entrepreneurs arrive in Aberdeen
Aberdeen's position as Scotland's commercial centre for drug discovery will see PhD students working in biotechnology travel from across Europe to the University of Aberdeen for a masterclass from local and international experts in the field.
Archaeologists aim to unravel the mystery of the Rhynie Man
When a farmer ploughing an Aberdeenshire field in 1978 uncovered a six-foot high Pictish stone carved with a distinctive figure carrying an axe, it quickly earned the name the 'Rhynie Man', coined from the village in which it was found.
Free online Nutrition and Wellbeing course gets under way with 25,000 signed up
More than 25,000 people have signed up for a free online course that helps demystify the complex messages we hear about diet, health and lifestyle designed and delivered by the University of Aberdeen.
Lands of Fire and Ice - Tvøroyri
Almost otherworldly cliff scenery at the southern tip of the Faeroe Islands
Freelance Art Tutor Vacancy- Life with Art (Aberdeen City)
Life with Art are looking to recruit art tutors for their new Charity Arts Centre in Dyce Aberdeen commencing early September 2015. Approximatly 6 hours per week for a 6 week period (36 hours) and repeated every 3 months.
Amazing Archaeology in Alaska
Nunalleq finds that just get better and better!
Dr Gordon Noble and Team Find Oldest Pictish Fort in Scotland
A Pictish fort uncovered during an archaeological dig on the Aberdeenshire coast is believed to be Scotland's oldest.
Footloose in Farm Service: Autobiographical Recollections of John Dickie
Marjory Harper (ed), Footloose in Farm Service: Autobiographical Recollections of John Dickie, (Aberdeen: Research Institute for Irish and Scottish Studies, 2012), pp.38
The Winds of Vancouver: A Nomadic Report from the North Pacific Edge
Records a journey from British Columbia to Alaska, retracing the itineraries of explorers, naturalists and environmentalists, many of them, such as John Muir, nomadic Scots like White himself.
Northern Arc - Julie Fowlis
Aberdeen Music Hall will host two exclusive concerts of Scottish traditional music and Americana over the coming months. Under the Northern Arc banner.
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