From comics and zines to screenplay and comedy, poetry to narrative gaming, stencil art to novels, and song writing to spoken word, there is something for everyone – and it is all free of charge at Aberdeen University’s WayWORD Festival from 23rd to 27th of September.
“We’d love solo singers, choirs and ensembles to bring their own unique magic to #ising4peace and raise as much as we can for the four charities.”
Tomás Pizarro-Escuti, a 4th year degree student in History and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen, has spoken at the United Nations 75 Global Peace Inter-Generational Dialogue for Scotland and has now been invited to contribute to a high-level meeting of the UN General Assembly.
The HeliNOTS system outlines the non-technical skills (NTS) recognised as vital to the role of these specialised pilots.
How to solve the environmental issues caused by the emissions of our public bus system has been the subject of research by a team at Aberdeen University.
” My hope is that our research group can support the development of ATMO-Vent in Rwanda to a point where MTC Ltd can be completely independent in its production of the device.”
Nationwide lockdowns across the world as a result of the Covid19 pandmic led to a 50% reduction in seismic noise.
A survey on the effectiveness of the OPIS (Outcome Prediction in Subfertility) calculator has been added to the OPIS website
Incidents around operating heavy machinery is a key risk area within agriculture with 17 farmers and two farming children killed last year.
“As we get older we become frailer but not all older people are frail.” Professor Phyo Myint