“The North-east of Scotland was one the areas that had very strong connections with the European Beaker phenomenon 4,000 years ago.”
Aberdeen University has developed a free online course on mindfulness.
Digitising ocean technologies and data collection is providing new insights into the health of our seas.
“We are keen to involve the public and NHS staff to help improve how we deliver services, so that children in Scotland get the right care at the right time, and the best possible start for their future health.”
A rapid review of dental services has been conducted across the UK in how best to re-open dental services when the lockdown ends.
“The Tap O’ Noth discovery shakes the narrative of this whole time period.”
It is understood that caregivers and patients are experiencing a major impact of COVID-19 on their lives with health services forced to change in order to ensure the safety of patients.
A University of Aberdeen academic has received a prestigious prize for his part in a huge 10-year study that sheds new light on a forgotten figure of Russian anthropology.
“We think it’s vitally important to document the grassroots cultural response to lockdown across Scotland and its digital landscapes”
“Lockdown has provided a unique opportunity to focus on collections work – time that is otherwise very hard to get – and by summer’s end I hope to have the collection completely catalogued.”