“The archive contains recordings taken from the 1920s through to the 1980s made by Soviet ethnographers and linguists but it is now extremely fragile.” – Professor Anderson
MARBLES is a £6.37 million (€7.5 million), 5-year project that will develop new methods for the sustainable collection and use of biological resources from marine environments and assess their commercial potential.
The Ice Stupa was invented by engineer Sinam Wangchuk in Ladakh, India in 2013. Since then, the Ice Stupa project has grown and received international acclaim.
“As part of this, we are seeking a postdoctoral Research Fellow to join the team and investigate next-generation technologies for hydroacoustic and coordinated measurement. “
Toil & Trouble: Witchcraft in Scotland will examine the dark history of witchcraft in the country, particularly from the 16th to 18th centuries.
A new film has been released based on a book by Aberdeen University lecturer Alan Warner.
A new technique for processing lunar radar data has allowed scientists to see what lies beneath the surface of the Moon in the clearest ever detail.
“This is an exciting opportunity for children, and their teachers to investigate the contribution of trees in learning for sustainability”
The University of Aberdeen’s WayWORD Festival will be taking place from 19th to 26th of September.
“In the North of Scotland, an area known to have high levels of Huntington’s disease, there has been a 46% increase over the last 30 years.”Professor Zosia Miedzybrodzka from the University of Aberdeen