Starting this Saturday, 13th of August till 31st of August is an exhibition of work at the Northlight Gallery Stromness by artists from Caithness, Sutherland and Orkney
Aberdeen University’s Rowett Institute is looking for people over the age of 18 who are overweight, healthy and eat a low fibre diet to take part in dietary research.
“If we’re going to live and work on another planet like Mars or the moon, we need to make concrete. But we can’t take bags of concrete with us — we need to use local resources” Norman Wagner, Unidel Robert L. Pigford Chair of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Delaware.
In the summer of 1905 a large motor car arrived on the Steamer St Ninian. It was capable of carrying 16 people and was described as being ‘long-looked-for’.
“Our findings show that islands play a pivotal role as stopover sites and as wintering grounds for the world’s migratory birds.” Frank La Sorte, Cornell Lab
“An important aspect of the study was linking the environmental impacts of composite foods with the nutritional quality” Jennie Macdiarmid, Professor of Sustainable Nutrition and Health at the Rowett Institute
“This is a side scrolling shooter. You go from Left to Right, jumping platforms while gunning down wave after wave of spider dinosaur hybrids (hence the name) till you reach a boss.”
Graduate student Lam Huynh from the Graduate Program in Sustainability Science at the University of Tokyo and team conducted a systematic literature review of 301 academic articles exploring the connections between nature and human well-being.
“Pangur Bán and I at work,/Adepts, equals, cat and clerk:/His whole instinct is to hunt,/Mine to free the meaning pent.”
The Openshaw Citadel was the third building of its kind opened by the Salvation Army in Manchester.