See how the Granite City sparkles as PechaKucha Night returns to Aberdeen
The City of Aberdeen will be celebrated in the final PechaKucha Night of 2015.
Big Noise now in the North! - inspired by "El Sistema"
Top professional musicians from Scotland's national orchestra will contribute to the work of a new social action children's orchestra in the North East of Scotland.
New find could change our understanding of an Irish national treasure
Fragments of a mediaeval manuscript hidden in the spine of a book for hundreds of years could shed new light on Ireland's greatest cultural treasure, 'The Book of Kells'.
Professor Kevin Edwards featured in Archaeology Scotland
Archaeology Scotland, a national charity involved with promoting archaeology and the historic environment in Scotland, recently featured Kevin Edwards.
Entries being accepted for the 2016 Toulmin Prize
Please send your Entry Form along with your best short story relating to life in North-East Scotland, by the closing date of 31 March 2016.
Do whales attempt suicide?
Witnessing any dolphin or whale stranding live is a deeply moving experience; particularly when you end up accompanying an individual to the end of its life. Recent article published in The Conversation by David Lusseau, Reader University of Aberdeen.
New guide tells the story of Aberdeen City and South Aberdeenshire through its buildings
Research conducted at the University of Aberdeen underpins a new guide exploring the rich architecture of Aberdeen city and South Aberdeenshire.
Science activities come to Tarland
This November sees an exciting new event series coming to Aberdeenshire.
Professor Stefan Brink awarded academic prize by University of Umeå
Professor Stefan Brink, Centre for Scandinavian Studies, has been awarded the 'Language and Culture Trust's Prize' for 2015 at a recent ceremony celebrating 50 years of Umeå University.
World premiere is double celebration for Aberdeen composer
A 'world premiere' in Aberdeen will mark the culmination of a lifetime's ambition and a milestone birthday for the nation's 'favourite living composer'.
Professor awarded honorary title in Russia
A University of Aberdeen Professor has been awarded an honorary role at a top Russian university, in recognition of his work in forging links between the two institutions.
Rates of ancient climate change may be underestimated
The pace of past episodes of climate change is likely to have been underestimated, according to research carried out by scientists at the University of Aberdeen and Friedrich-Alexander University (FAU) in Germany.
Aethetics of Darkness Paper
Sophie Dietrich recently gave a paper at the Rovaniemi conference The North as a Meaning in Design and Art.
The Riddle of Rhynie
MINERVA magazine spoke to Dr Gordon Noble about the new excavation at Rhynie led by the University of Aberdeen this August which shed light on the enigmatic Pictish Rhynie Man.
Two PhD Posts in Bergen on Indigenous People and Governance in the Arctic
The Department of Comparative Politics, University of Bergen, has two vacant PhD positions for research on indigenous people and governance in the Arctic. Application deadline: 22 November 2015.
Soundscape of city captured in new creative arts project
From its busy harbour and the bustle of Union Street to the ebb and flow of the Dee and the Don and tranquillity of Duthie Park, sound brings Aberdeen to life.
University brings festival double-header in November
This weekend sees The University of Aberdeen host the first of two exciting festivals, both dedicated to exploring different aspects of arts, humanities and social science.
Unique festival to celebrate 'free reed' instruments
A unique festival celebrating small 'free reed' instruments from Scotland, Ireland and England will be held in Aberdeen from November 6-8.
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