Radio Orkney and BBC Scotland cover Dr Crozier's new publication on Human Remains
BBC Scotland News reported Orkney's Neolithic bones are being sorted by archaeologists - possibly transforming our understanding of how Neolithic people dealt with the dead.
Canada-UK Foundation Award Travel Grant to Aberdeen Student
Chris Martin received £1,000 to take part in the closing events of 'Fabric of our Lands'; an exhibition of Salish woven blankets from museums in America and Europe.
Classic folk collection returns 'back home' to a new audience
A renowned folk collection featuring Doric ballads that has been curated in America for over 90 years has now been brought 'back home' to an online audience, thanks to a project led by the University of Aberdeen.
University and SHMU receive £10K to encourage young people into science
The University of Aberdeen and Station House Media Unit (SHMU) have received a 'Curiosity' grant from Children in Need.
Canaletto you believe it? Painting confirmed as hidden treasure by famous artist
A painting gifted to the University of Aberdeen has been identified as a £2million work by a prominent Italian artist - more than 150 years after it was donated.
New board to promote North-East language launches in Aberdeen
A new body to promote Doric and North-East Scots language was launched in Aberdeen this week.
Energy conference highlights predicted £268bn North Sea expenditures
A leading energy economist has predicted that total field expenditures in the North Sea could amount to £268 billion over the next three decades.
Centre of Excellence aims to transform decommissioning
The University of Aberdeen and the Oil & Gas Technology Centre will create a new multi-million-pound Decommissioning Centre of Excellence to tackle current and future challenges with world-class research and development in partnership with industry.
The Future of Energy
A Conference presented by the MSc in Energy Politics and Law, Linklater Rooms, University of Aberdeen, 28 March 2018, 9.45am to 5.15pm. FREE for students, staff and voluntary groups.
Open position of Master's Programme Director: Coastal Communities and Regional Development
The University Centre of the Westfjords seeks energetic individual for the role of Director of their new master's programme. Application deadline 16 April 2018.
UArctic Congress 2018
Will be held in Finland to foster contacts and enhance networking from 3-6 September, kicking off in Oulu and concluding in Helsinki on 7 September.
Carlaw/Ogston Composition Competition Winner - Scott Bathgate
Professor Pete Stollery presented the award to the winner, in the King's College chapel and all the other finalists (right to left), Brodie McCash, Geordie Cryle, James Aburn and Matthew Clark, were commended.
University start-ups tipped for the top
Two technology start-ups with close links to the University of Aberdeen have been tipped as future energy industry stars following their selection for the TechX Pioneer technology accelerator programme.
PhD student aims to make future of whisky watertight
A University of Aberdeen student is working with whisky producer Chivas Brothers as part of a research project aimed at combating the effects of climate change on distillery water resources.
Aberdeen Boat Race returns this weekend
The River Dee will come alive this weekend, as student rowers battle it out on the water on Saturday, March 17 to claim glory at the 23rd annual Aberdeen Boat Race.
An artist's view from the rigs: new exhibition at the Sir Duncan Rice Library
A new exhibition depicting the changes in the oil industry in the last 10 years will go on display at the University of Aberdeen Sir Duncan Rice Library next week (Thursday, March 23).
Repairing Mining Landscapes and Healing Relationships in Northern Canada
Professor Arn Keeling of Memorial University of Newfoundland, will speak about Remediation, Reconciliation and Redress for northern Indigenous communities, as a result of large-scale resource developments on 26 March 2018, 4pm to 5.30pm. Admission FREE, no booking required.
Information events to be held for Oil and Gas workers thinking of career change into teaching
The University of Aberdeen's School of Education will host information sessions this week for anyone who might be interested in taking up a place on an initiative designed for oil and gas workers who may be facing redundancy.
Barrow Landscapes: Commemorating the Dead in Early Medieval Scotland
Juliette Mitchell will give an evening lecture in association with the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland at Aberdeen University on 13 March, 7.30pm to 8.30pm. All Welcome - FREE event.
Students in the driving seat for Shell Eco-marathon
Students from the University of Aberdeen are building their own hydrogen-fuelled car as they prepare to compete against teams from around the world in this year's Shell Eco-marathon.
Handel's Messiah to be heard in Doric for first time
One of the world's best known pieces of classical music is set to be heard in Doric for the first time, at a special performance taking place in Aberdeen this weekend.
Pine Martens confirmed as key to reversing grey squirrel invasion
A new study published today (March 7) has shown that pine martens can help in the conservation of red squirrels - by reversing the spread of invasive grey squirrel populations.
Marine Environment Oil Spills - Impact and Clean-up Strategies
Join Luis Jose Perez Calderon and Lloyd Potts from Aberdeen University to learn about this important topic. Free event. All welcome - booking essential.
Aberdeen part of EU collaboration to increase the use of mobile technology in higher education
Representatives from the University of Aberdeen School of Education visited Lisbon during the last two weeks as part of an EU funded project looking at the use of mobile technologies in higher education and teaching.
Who were the Jacobites?
History Scotland's inaugural lecture on 24 April 2018, will be held in the Apex Hotel, Dundee. This lecture series was developed along with the University of Dundee and will travel around Scotland.
Balbridie... and Doon Hill: Changing configurations
Professor Ian Ralston from Edinburgh University, will speak on 14 March 2018, from 5pm till 6.15pm on aspects of Neolithic Scotland.
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