Mummified CAT scan: New technologies and ancient objects
A mummified, ancient, Egyptian cat is among a host of artefacts from the University of Aberdeen museums' collections that have been captured using 3D imaging software so they can be shared around the world.
New Exhibition of Icelandic Geothermal and Japanese Sculptures
A geothermal art/science project curated by Naoko Mabon and Beppu opens this week. All welcome. Ilana Halperin will be in conversation with Professor Tim Ingold and Peacock Visual Arts' Director Nuno Sacramento about this exciting exhibition on 1 April (fully booked).
Principal calls for post-Brexit clarity for UK Higher Education
Statement from Professor Sir Ian Diamond, University of Aberdeen Principal.
University to play key role in UN committee
The University of Aberdeen is set to play a key role at a United Nations committee working towards a common set of rules on the use of marine biological resources, such as those used in the development of life-saving antibiotics.
Portmahomack on Tarbat Ness - Barometer of European politics Talk
Recent results published in 2016 advanced the idea that Portmahomack discoveries of a Pictish monastery actually reflected contemporary political or ideological movements in wider Britain, Ireland and Europe.
Get involved and help researchers find out which plants bumblebees like
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen will be on hand this week to show people how a new interactive tool can help us to help bees.
Major exhibition of University treasures opens in Germany
Almost 150 of the University of Aberdeen's internationally important collection of artefacts from ancient Egypt will take centre stage in a major new exhibition 'PHARAOH: living in ancient Egypt' at the Lokschuppen Exhibition Centre in Rosenheim, Germany
Old Portsoy: Conservation and Regeneration Illustrated Talk
Mr Ross Wilson's talk will be on the inspiring regeneration project that brought back life to historic derelict Portsoy buildings. He will also give a short preview of the newly launched Union Street, Aberdeen city regeneration project. All welcome.
Student surfer clinches historic victory in Norway
A University student has been hailed as achieving Scotland's greatest ever surfing victory after winning the Nordic Surf Games.
Energy law at Aberdeen ranked top three in world
The University of Aberdeen Law School has been named in the top three in the world for energy law by a top guide.
New funding to unlock the history of Aberdeen's 'lost' grammar school
Archaeologists are aiming to uncover a lost piece of Aberdeen's architectural heritage - with help from National Lottery players, members of the public and school children.
Climate change experts to meet in Aberdeen to discuss issue of 'alternative' facts
University of Aberdeen professors, Pete Smith and Jo Smith, will host a meeting and panel discussion this week (Saturday, March 18) looking at how evidence is used in making decisions about climate change.
University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir in Chart Success!
The University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir hit No 3 in the UK Classical charts two weeks ago and are still in the top 10 with their new CD, 'Immortal Memory - A Burns Night Celebration'.
Win A Hundred Pounds If You Are A Student At Aberdeen University
Entries are invited in either fiction or non-fiction that addresses in some way the lasting significance of place in our lives. Submit your entry by 30 April 2017.
Poems and Stories Wanted - Celebrating North-East Writing
Please send your entry by Friday 21 April 2017 in order to be considered for inclusion. There is no prize this year, other than possibly hearing your work presented at the University of Aberdeen's May Festival, 26-28 May 2017.
'Guardians of Eternity' Film Screening Next Week
Come along and find out more about the struggles of the indigenous people of the region - Yellowknives Dene First Nation and the toxic legacy of an abandoned gold mine.
Pete Stollery shortlisted for Scottish New Music Award 2017
Pete Stollery's work Pipeline, for organ and digital sound, has been shortlisted for a Scottish New Music Award 2017 in the electroacoustic/sound art category.
Medieval Aberdeen's digital future: unlocking Scotland's burgh records
Tonight's evening lecture on Aberdeen's early council registers, which are among the most important urban legal records of 15th century northern Europe will be given by Dr Jackson Armstrong at 19:30 to 30:30. Free event open to all.
Nunalleq 2017: Archaeological Excavation and Conservation Lab
If you have an interest in Alaskan archaeology, artefact conservation or community heritage work, you are very welcome to join the crew as a volunteer. No experience is necessary.
University of Aberdeen triumphs at 22nd Aberdeen Boat Race
The University of Aberdeen rowed to victory today (Saturday, March 4) at the 22nd annual Aberdeen Boat Race.
Bishops Identities and Careers Registration Open
Two-day Conference from 26 to 27 May 2017 in King's College Conference Centre, in Aberdeen aims to stimulate discussion, on how individuals achieved a bishopric in Europe, including Scandinavia and the British Isles.
New album and workshop to promote 'dying instrument'
The latest release on the University of Aberdeen's record label, Vox Regis, aims to revive a 'dying instrument'.
First LGBT boxing class for north-east Scotland
A new initiative to encourage LGBT people to get involved in boxing has been launched in Aberdeen.
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