Narrative Objects Photographic Exhibition
Bright Sun Shining - A Siberian Summer Festival Photographic Exhibition runs until 30 March 2018 - All welcome. Special accompanying documentary will screen this Friday, 10 November at 1800hrs.
Study aims to identify link between places and sounds
A new study being carried out by the Universities of Aberdeen, Stirling and Edinburgh is aiming to identify and analyse sounds associated with particular places in a bid to gain an insight into the impact of an environment on mood and memory.
Sámi Songs, Andes Health Plants and Icelandic Identity
Tomorrow's seminar (26 October 2017) 3pm in Room F61 will be devoted to PhD student Alexandra Falter and two visiting PhD students - Stéphane Aubinet and Johanne Verbockhaven.
Aberdeen climate change expert elected Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy
Leading climate change scientist, Professor Pete Smith, has been elected as a Foreign Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy, one of only four such Fellowships for 2018 announced this week.
Aberdeen professor elected Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
A University of Aberdeen academic has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Scientists to visit mysterious marine ecosystem which was hidden for 120,000 years
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen are part of an expedition led by British Antarctic Survey (BAS) which is planning an urgent mission to investigate a mysterious marine ecosystem that's been hidden beneath an Antarctic ice shelf for up to 120,000 years.
Managing our coasts: new book showcases latest research from leading experts
Dr David Green's textbook - Marine and Coastal Resource Management - Principles and Practice - is a comprehensive overview of a multidisciplinary subject that covers physical and human geography, marine biology and fisheries, planning and surveying, law, spatial technologies, environmental change, engineering, and tourism.
Leading historian honoured with top award
A leading historian from the University of Aberdeen has received a top literary prize in Poland for his work on the country's history.
Scotland and the New North
The Scottish Government will host the Arctic Circle Forum from 19-21 November 2017 at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh to bring together policy makers, academics, professionals and wider society to participate in discussion on areas of common interest between Scotland and the Arctic.
Is there a sound of the North in music?
Come along from 26-29 October, to a weekend of talks and performances, in association with the sound festival which will include a keynote talk by the distinguished Danish composer Bent Sørensen.
University secures four new Athena SWAN bronze awards
The University is celebrating further Athena SWAN success with four new Bronze departmental awards. The Schools of Social Science, Education and Biological Sciences and the Institute of Education for Medical and Dental Sciences have each received the accolade
Faster treatment but poorer survival rates: rural cancer riddle revealed
People with cancer who live more than an hour from their nearest major hospital are diagnosed and treated faster than those who live closer but are still more likely to die within a year of diagnosis, according to new research.
Rural GP 'taster' initiative wins award
An initiative to encourage more medical students to become GPs in remote and rural areas has won an award.
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