University to showcase world-leading research at Offshore Europe
The University of Aberdeen will showcase its world-leading research at Offshore Europe this week, focusing on key areas of the energy transition including offshore wind, carbon capture and storage, hydrogen, and data and artificial intelligence.
Digital solutions aim to make cement greener
Reducing carbon emissions caused by cement production is the aim of a major new project that will investigate how the use of substitute cement materials can be maximised.
New exhibition exploring the stories behind souvenirs opens
A new exhibition at the University of Aberdeen examines the stories behind souvenirs, asking why we collect them and what impact they have on the makers and the planet.
Aberdeen second for student satisfaction in national survey
The University of Aberdeen has been ranked 2nd across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland* for overall student satisfaction and 10th in the UK** out of 120 universities in this year's National Student Survey (NSS).
The sky's no limit for Anastatia as she prepares for Virgin Galactic space launch
Since her very first astronomy class in primary school, Anastatia Mayers has dreamed of going into space.
Article exploring the role of women in war published
Dr Natasha Danilova, Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, has had an article on political activism by Russia's military wives and mothers published.
Dr Isabella Kasselstrand to hold research symposium at Aberdeen
Dr Isabella Kasselstrand will convene a research symposium, entitled A Symposium on Secularization: New Reflections on Classical Theory, to mark the launch of her latest collaborative book, Beyond Doubt: The Secularization of Society (NYU Press, 2023). In their book, Dr Kasselstrand, Professor Phil Zuckerman (Pitzer College) and Professor Ryan Cragun (University of Tampa) explore the evidence...
Arendt in Aberdeen - scholars to congregate to mark 50TH anniversary
The University of Aberdeen will host an international conference later this month to celebrate one of the world's most influential political theorists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities success for Aberdeen PhD students
Four University of Aberdeen PhD candidates have been awarded scholarships by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities (SGSAH).
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