STEM Ambassadors are volunteers who go into local schools, colleges and youth and community groups to support learning.
New research has suggested that there is evidence of trails left by sponges across the Arctic seafloor.
The University of Aberdeen is offering scholarships in Masters programmes related to the energy transition worth a combined £46,400, funded by the energy company Total.
“Generalist” plants and pollinators play a crucial role in maintaining biodiversity and may also serve as buffers against some impacts of climate change
“Plate tectonics is easily thought of as being dominated by continental drift, the phenomenon that Alfred Wegener recognised just over a century ago.”
The Mollusc Collection at the University of Aberdeen contains a diverse selection of 2550 specimens.
Nobody has seen a lunar eclipse from a lunar viewpoint, though artists have been fascinated by the prospect for a long time.
“Take a bunch of really cheesy enjoyably bad old films, get a few characters together and have them make jokes, riffs and sarcastic comments throughout the film.”
The planet Mercury is at its best for the year in May, higher than Venus in the evening sky for most of the month.
Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University and Hosei University have discovered a new species of large, tropical centipede of genus Scolopendra in Okinawa and Taiwan.