“Our hope is that the stone can be displayed outdoors to maximise opportunities to see it but this will depend on condition of the stone once conservation work has taken place.” Professor Gordon Noble
Poverty is affecting the growth of unborn babies from as early as mid-way through pregnancy.
“This combination of plasma-catalysis and electrocatalysis has the potential to enable efficient conversion of CO2 to hydrocarbons driven by renewable electricity” Professor Angel Cuesta Ciscar
The results showed variations between the Health Boards across all key aspects studied: individual aspects of staffing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatry, pharmacy and social work as well as multidisciplinary team input.
“The design of our new resource will be guided by expertise through lived experience, ensuring that the diverse supportive needs of people living with this range of conditions are met.” Gary Macfarlane, Professor of Epidemiology Aberdeen University
“We suddenly saw a symbol. There was lots of screaming. Then we found more symbols and there was more screaming and a little bit of crying!” Aberdeen University Research fellow Dr James O’Driscoll
The story should be concerned with some aspect of life in north-east Scotland and may be written in Scots, including Doric, or English or a mixture of the two.
The theme for 2022 is ‘an unusual party’ and entries will be judged by successful Aberdeen children’s author Alex McCall.
Our brains are constantly uploading rich, visual stimuli.
Players begin their journey in Aberdeen in 1498 as Robert Collison, a young member of Aberdeen’s Town Council. He faces a terrifying, exciting challenge when a deadly plague threatens his community.