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2015/04/18 15:17
2015/04/18 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Pictish stones at the University Discover more about the interesting histories of the University's Pictish stones in a FREE talk by Neil Curtis. Talk is part of the programme of...
2015/04/18 15:17
2015/04/18 15:17
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2015/04/15 15:20
2015/04/15 15:20
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What's On In Aberdeen Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society's April Meeting The Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society exists to assist and promote the study of...
2015/04/13 15:19
2015/04/13 15:19
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What's On In Aberdeen Fauna of the Floes: Family Fun Fun-filled art, craft and discovery session. Suitable for families with children aged 3-10 years but all welcome. Navigate your way above and...
2015/04/12 23:45
2015/04/12 23:45
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Volume 10, episode 21: Big Lou had not seen Wee Hettie for almost five years. Their last meeting had been at the family wedding at which their cousin Maggie had married an irascible farmer from Kelso,...
2015/04/12 15:17
2015/04/12 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen LET YOUR TABLET ASSIST YOU April's motivational talk is aimed at informing older people (over 55s) how their tablet can assist them well in everyday life and can be made easier...
2015/04/11 12:29
2015/04/11 12:29
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Johanna Amunjela, a Namibian scientist based in the United Kingdom, has identified potential new targets for the treatment of certain types of cancer including brain cancer, breast cancer and gastric...
2015/04/08 15:20
2015/04/08 15:20
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What's On In Aberdeen Treborth Botanic Garden Treborth’s curator describes the plants, diverse habitats and research in this spectacular garden: 18 hectares of parkland and woodland bordering the...
2015/04/07 15:18
2015/04/07 15:18
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What's On In Aberdeen Monster Movement: Family Fun Fun-filled craft, movement and discovery session. Suitable for families with children aged 3-10 years but all welcome. Who knows what creatures...
2015/04/02 02:11
2015/04/02 02:11
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There may be some logic in all this. Wales tends to follow developments in Scotland, with the latest proposals making frequent references to Smith. The National Assembly for Wales gained legislative...
2015/03/31 19:17
2015/03/31 19:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Director's Cut with Tanja Ostojic Feminism, Markets, Migration in performance art We are pleased to welcome the prominent performance artist, Tanja Ostojić, originally...
2015/03/30 15:18
2015/03/30 15:18
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What's On In Aberdeen Ogston Music Prize University of Aberdeen Concert Series The most anticipated event of the music calendar, six finalists compete for the prestigious Ogston Prize, with Julian...
2015/03/29 00:38
2015/03/29 00:38
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Germanwings coverage kick in the teeth for those with mental health issues – Nooreen Akhtar Published: 29 March 2015 8:02 AM While the world mourns the lives lost in the devastating Germanwings...
2015/03/28 00:45
2015/03/28 00:45
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Wild salmon see light to make epic journey home Atlantic salmon make light of a weir on the River Ettrick in the Scottish Borders. Picture: Getty THE mysterious migration of the wild salmon – one of...
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2015/03/27 15:43
2015/03/27 15:43
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Wildlife tourism, like whale watching, can substantially disrupt the activities of the animals targeted but does it threaten populations with extinction? In an attempt to understand whether this...
2015/03/25 16:22
2015/03/25 16:22
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What's On In Aberdeen Elphinstone 500 Lecture Programme: 'William Elphinstone and Scotland's first books' A talk by Professor Jane Stevenson, Regius Chair of Humanity. This talk begins by asking...
2015/03/21 16:17
2015/03/21 16:17
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What's On In Aberdeen The Munros by Moonlight - The Adventures of a Midnight Mountaineer John Muir Trust North East Group spring presentation by author Alan Rowan An illustrated talk by Alan Rowan,...
2015/03/20 16:18
2015/03/20 16:18
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What's On In Aberdeen Black Dyke Band University of Aberdeen Concert Series World renowned brass band, Black Dyke Band, join the University of Aberdeen Concert Series this term. The most recorded...
2015/03/20 13:33
2015/03/20 13:33
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Since they were pioneered by Robert Hooke 350 years ago, microscopes have been extending our vision. In the 21st century, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and confocal microscopy, which uses a...
2015/03/19 22:19
2015/03/19 22:19
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What struck John Learned about the blinking of KIC 5520878, a bluish-white star 16,000 light-years away, was how artificial it seemed. Learned, a neutrino physicist at the University of Hawaii,...
2015/03/19 19:39
2015/03/19 19:39
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A start-up political party has launched itself into contention for power in Spain as it pioneers the use of digital participatory tools. Podemos – whose name means “We Can” – has used online tools to...
2015/04/18 15:17
2015/04/18 15:17
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