People and Water in Neolithic Orkney
Caroline Wickham-Jones from the University of Aberdeen, will give a talk on recent research to reconstruct the changing landscape of the monuments at the heart of Neolithic Orkney. All welcome.
Researchers find key to stroke survival
The number of trained nurses available to treat patients immediately after a stroke is the most reliable health services predictor of survival according to research from the University of Aberdeen and University of East Anglia.
School pupils take part in first Girls in Engineering conference
A conference promoting careers in engineering to girls was held in Aberdeen today, with 90 pupils from across Scotland taking part.
Arctic Futures Symposium 2016 - Free with limited places
Arctic Futures Symposium seventh edition will be held on 30 November 2016 at the Diamant Conference Centre, Boulevard Auguste Reyers 80, 1030 Brussels - Registration for the Symposium opens 31st of October 2016.
Pipeline World Première - Pete Stollery's new work
Artist Dr Roger B Williams, organ and local pipers performed new works from Pete Stollery, Mike Merrill and Bill Thompson to great acclaim.
New dawn for community of European universities
The University of Aberdeen is part of a new community of European universities united by a shared commitment to advancing social good and helping solve global challenges.
The Fifth Northern Lights Conference
Aims to 'inspire geeks of all creeds to better themselves and their communities' through this one-day conference in King's College Conference Centre. Registration Closes 27 October 2016.
In association with the Aberdeen Science Centre. An exciting day of activities will explore the science of sound led by composers and sound artists Pete Stollery and Duncan Chapman.
Leylines in association with DanceLive
Is a new performance project by choreographer Imogene Newland and sound artist Suk-Jun Kim, based on the concept of ley lines.
What Plankton Can Tell Us About Global Ecology
Come along and hear Dr Rowena Stern from SAHFOS talk on 21 October 2016 in the Zoology Lecture Theatre at Aberdeen University from 1pm - 2pm. Open to the public.
Survey aims to promote sustainable public transport services
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have launched a survey of bus users in the city as they investigate ways to promote environmentally friendly bus travel across the UK and beyond.
New Book on Shale Gas Law and Policy
Concentrates solely on shall gas, structured around five themes detailed below. Edited by Dr Tina Hunter, Professor in Energy Law at the University of Aberdeen.
Major boost in development of carbon capture technology
Plans to develop technology that converts CO2 into building materials have been given a major boost after the University of Aberdeen became one of only two European universities to reach the semi-finals of a global competition.
Role of sponges in cold-water coral reefs investigated
Researchers from Aberdeen University aim to unravel the role of these fascinating organisms in the functioning of pristine deep-sea ecosystems.
The creation of archaeology as a science in Scotland in the 1850s
This evening lecture in association with University of Aberdeen Museums and the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland will be given by Dr E Curtis from Aberdeen University.
Witch Belief in Scottish Coastal Communities
What was so special about Scottish witches in coastal communities? Come along and hear Lizanne Henderson's talk (open to the public) from 1930hrs till 2100hrs on 25 October 2016 in the MacRobert Building at Aberdeen University.
Search for genetic switches linked to obesity and alcohol abuse receives £400k funding boost
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen are searching for the genetic switches that could contribute to obesity and alcohol abuse after securing a research grant of £412,200 from the BBSRC.
Sustainable vaccines and fuels research boosted by computer breakthrough
Sustainable sources of fuels and new medicines and vaccines for a growing global population could be a step closer after the University of Aberdeen made an important breakthrough that will optimise a new and rapidly evolving biotechnology.
'Overlooked and misunderstood' gene linked to schizophrenia
Scientists have discovered new evidence strengthening the link between a previously misunderstood gene and major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression and autism.
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