City of Ghosts: A dialogue with George Washington Wilson
A new suite of photographs that pay homage to George Washington Wilson and the city he depicted.
University of the Arctic Congress 2016 Proposals Invited
Proposals are invited by 31 October 2015 for organising scientific sessions for the University of the Arctic Congress 2016, being held on 12-16 September in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Aberdeen's Loss is Oxford's Gain
Professor Tim Ingold is sorry to report that Professor Peter Davidson will be leaving the University of Aberdeen, from the end of September 2015.
Making surgery safer - new book outlines non-technical skills for surgeons
A new book which aims to reinforce the importance of decision making, situation awareness and communication in the operating theatre has the power to potentially save lives according to its authors.
Traditional Scottish songs collection to be unveiled in Aberdeen
Aberdeen's two universities have joined forces with a north-east culture group to launch a new collection of Scottish songs chosen by some of the area's most renowned traditional singers.
Outdoor Photography Competition - To the North
Submissions of photographic work are sought from the North of Scotland and other northern countries that examines The Experience of North, which will be judged by Gray's School of Art. This competition is open to all and closes on 25 September 2015.
Leopard Magazine: Creating a Roman confusion in the North-east
In a previous article in Leopard (April 2015), I discussed some of the Roman objects found in Aberdeenshire and how these can reveal something of the relationships between the Romans and the native people of the North-east.
OCEANS Conference returns to Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, and Society for Underwater Technology are proud to announce that the OCEANS Conference will return to Aberdeen in 2017.
Demystify dentistry, creep through a crypt and investigate a science lab at Doors Open Day
Scotland's newest dental school, and one of Aberdeen's most atmospheric buildings will throw their doors open to the public as part of Doors Open Day this weekend (September 12).
University awards first Maitland and Halldis Mackie Scholarship
A scholarship left by the late Maitland Mackie to help students study towards the University of Aberdeen's MSc in Renewable Energy Engineering has been awarded for the first time.
Cool Farm Tool and EXPLORATHON shortlisted in Times Higher Education Awards
An innovative greenhouse gas calculator developed by researchers at the University of Aberdeen has been shortlisted for the prestigious Research Project of the Year award in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
Consequences of loss of ice in Arctic investigated
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen are set to investigate what consequences the rapidly shrinking sea ice cover in the Arctic is having on the marine ecosystem.
Project offers pupils 'window' into other classrooms
Pupils from Aberdeen city, Aberdeenshire and Highland Council areas will come together to take part in a treasure 'hunt' today (Thursday September 3) - without leaving their classrooms.
Two-speed Britain: Major study reveals impact of gap in Internet access between rural and urban area
The gap between urban and rural Internet speeds risks damaging business, adding to farming costs, driving young people away from areas in which they have grown-up, and deterring retirees from moving to some areas of the country.
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