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Irish Examiner
How computer treatment is helping improve the vision of people with stroke-induced blindnessaffects around a third of stroke survivors (Thinkstock) Professor Arash Sahraie
How computer treatment is helping improve the vision of people with stroke-induced blindness
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 minutes ago
affects around a third of stroke survivors (Thinkstock) Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: “This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Daily Mail
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness see clearly in weeksthe treatment said it gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahra
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness see clearly in weeks
Daily Mail / Posted 40 minutes ago
the treatment said it gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the school of psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: 'This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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This is West Country
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
This is West Country / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Croydon Guardian / Posted 11 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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The News and Star
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
The News and Star / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Northern Echo
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Northern Echo / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Kingston Guardian / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Bury Times
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Bury Times / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Gazette
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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guardian-series
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
guardian-series / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Harrow Times
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Harrow Times / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Gazette News
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Gazette News / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Bolton News
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindnessvision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie,
Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness
Bolton News / Posted 12 hours ago
vision loss, which gets results in a matter of weeks. Professor Arash Sahraie, head of the School of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen who led the study, said: "This type of sight deficit can be massively debilitating for those affected... Read more
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Daily Record
New technology improves vision for brain injury patientsof eye movements to better compensate for the visual field loss. The study was
New technology improves vision for brain injury patients
Daily Record / Posted 12 hours ago
of eye movements to better compensate for the visual field loss. The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Aberdeen, LMU University of Munich and University of Verona, shows the therapy is an effective approach for... Read more
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PhysOrg
New evidence shows migrating birds are staying in UK longerMigrating birds like Swallows and House Martins are increasingly reluctant to l
New evidence shows migrating birds are staying in UK longer
PhysOrg / Posted 21 hours ago
Migrating birds like Swallows and House Martins are increasingly reluctant to leave the UK and return to Africa. Credit: University of Aberdeen A collaboration involving scientists from the University of Aberdeen and the Fair Isle Bird Observatory... Read more
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walesonline
What students have to pay to go to university will be made clearer todaytoday, following the publication of a major review into higher education fundin
What students have to pay to go to university will be made clearer today
walesonline / Posted yesterday
today, following the publication of a major review into higher education funding. Sir Ian Diamond, vice-chancellor of the University of Aberdeen, is expected to recommend a change to the Welsh Government’s costly tuition fee policy. Currently,... Read more
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Scotsman
Converge Challenge unveils winning university start-upscollaboration with Firstport, the top prize of £5,000 in the social enterprise
Converge Challenge unveils winning university start-ups
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
collaboration with Firstport, the top prize of £5,000 in the social enterprise category went to Erika Grant of the University of Aberdeen with Project TurnKey, which empowers people to see a life beyond prostitution. The £1,000... Read more
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dna
Climate change could cross key threshold in a decade - scientiststechnologies are likely to be needed, whether we like them or not," said Pete S
Climate change could cross key threshold in a decade - scientists
dna / Posted 5 days ago
technologies are likely to be needed, whether we like them or not," said Pete Smith, a plant and soil scientist at the University of Aberdeen. But other changes - such as reducing food waste and creating more sustainable diets, with less beef... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Climate change could cross key threshold in a decade - scientiststechnologies are likely to be needed, whether we like them or not," said Pete S
Climate change could cross key threshold in a decade - scientists
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
technologies are likely to be needed, whether we like them or not," said Pete Smith, a plant and soil scientist at the University of Aberdeen. But other changes – such as reducing food waste and creating more sustainable diets, with less beef... Read more
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dna
'Marsquakes' may produce enough hydrogen to support lifeits 2018 InSight mission, and our data will make those measurements all the mor
'Marsquakes' may produce enough hydrogen to support life
dna / Posted 5 days ago
its 2018 InSight mission, and our data will make those measurements all the more interesting," said John Parnell from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, co-author of the study along with Nigel Blamey of Brock University in Canada. The... Read more
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Scotsman
Five Scottish universities in world’s top 200the top 200 - the University of Glasgow ranked 88, the University of St Andrews
Five Scottish universities in world’s top 200
Scotsman / Posted 6 days ago
the top 200 - the University of Glasgow ranked 88, the University of St Andrews 110, the University of Dundee 180 and the University of Aberdeen 188 - but only Dundee moved up in the rankings. Oxford was ranked number one - the first time a UK... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Scottish Home Show 2016The Legacy of Richard DemarcoFrom 25 Apr 2016 To 27 Sep 2016(Weekdays Only)An e
Scottish Home Show 2016
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 6 days ago
The Legacy of Richard DemarcoFrom 25 Apr 2016 To 27 Sep 2016(Weekdays Only)An exhibition in the MacRobert Building, University of Aberdeen Tea and a TreasureOn 28 Sep 2016()Join Aberdeen City Libraries’ staff for a cup of tea and find out... Read more
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New Kerala
'Mars-quakes' could produce energy source to support life - newkerala.com #121609InSight mission, and our data will make those measurements all the more interes
'Mars-quakes' could produce energy source to support life - newkerala.com #121609
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
InSight mission, and our data will make those measurements all the more interesting," study co-author John Parnell from University of Aberdeen in Scotland said. The researchers studied rock formations around active fault lines in the Outer... Read more
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heraldscotland
UK promise of no Brexit borders in Ireland may not apply to independent Scotland, experts claimwhich enables people to treat it as a special case because of its recent histor
UK promise of no Brexit borders in Ireland may not apply to independent Scotland, experts claim
heraldscotland / Posted 7 days ago
which enables people to treat it as a special case because of its recent history." Earlier, Professor Michael Keating, a University of Aberdeen based academic and director of the Centre on Constitutional Change, abruptly dismissed the suggestion... Read more
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redOrbit
Studying tremors in Scotland can unlock the key to finding life on Marsof life on the Red Planet, according to new research published in the journal A
Studying tremors in Scotland can unlock the key to finding life on Mars
redOrbit / Posted 7 days ago
of life on the Red Planet, according to new research published in the journal Astrobiology. Professor John Parnell of the University of Aberdeen and his colleagues were studying rocks on the remote islands of Barra and Uist, which are part of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
A new 3-D viewer for improved digital geoscience mappingis developed by the Virtual Outcrop Geology Group (VOG), a collaboration betwee
A new 3-D viewer for improved digital geoscience mapping
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
is developed by the Virtual Outcrop Geology Group (VOG), a collaboration between Uni Research CIPR in Bergen and the University of Aberdeen, UK. "The group has been at forefront of digital outcrop geology for over ten years, pioneering many... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Poor Quality, Bane of Maternal Health Globally, Says New Lancet StudyWendy Graham, said the 2016 update is an update on a series done in 2006. Graha
Poor Quality, Bane of Maternal Health Globally, Says New Lancet Study
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Wendy Graham, said the 2016 update is an update on a series done in 2006. Graham, who is also Emeritus Professor at the University of Aberdeen, said the big take home message from the study is that although in many parts of the world, the number... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Struggle, Suffering and Hope: Explorations in Islamic and Christian Traditions Professor Mona Siddiqui, University of Edinburgh, OBESeptember 2016 -Chapter 5Opening Days and Times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, T
Struggle, Suffering and Hope: Explorations in Islamic and Christian Traditions Professor Mona Siddiqui, University of Edinburgh, OBE
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 8 days ago
September 2016 -Chapter 5Opening Days and Times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday King's College Conference Center University of Aberdeen Talks, Lectures & Conferences,EducationOrganiser Details: University of Aberdeen Office of External... Read more
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Newser
Game of Thrones Instead of Date Night? Stop Feeling So Guiltya favorite show with your partner, that's probably OK for your relationship, to
Game of Thrones Instead of Date Night? Stop Feeling So Guilty
Newser / Posted 10 days ago
a favorite show with your partner, that's probably OK for your relationship, too—at least according to research out of the University of Aberdeen in Scotland that appears in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. Researchers found that,... Read more
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heraldscotland
Tributes paid to Robbie Shepherd, departing Take The Floor after '35 years of sheer pleasure'traditional music, to Doric, and Scottish culture was recognised in 2001 with a
Tributes paid to Robbie Shepherd, departing Take The Floor after '35 years of sheer pleasure'
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
traditional music, to Doric, and Scottish culture was recognised in 2001 with an MBE and also an honorary degree from the University of Aberdeen in the same year. Leading Take the Floor over the autumn will be Gary Innes, a musician and former... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Memories of Broadford WorksThe Legacy of Richard DemarcoFrom 25 Apr 2016 To 27 Sep 2016(Weekdays Only)An e
Memories of Broadford Works
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 11 days ago
The Legacy of Richard DemarcoFrom 25 Apr 2016 To 27 Sep 2016(Weekdays Only)An exhibition in the MacRobert Building, University of Aberdeen Tea and a TreasureOn 28 Sep 2016()Join Aberdeen City Libraries’ staff for a cup of tea and find out... Read more
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PhysOrg
Lifting ivory ban won't solve elephant poaching problemCredit: University of Aberdeen New research from the Universities of Aberdeen a
Lifting ivory ban won't solve elephant poaching problem
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
Credit: University of Aberdeen New research from the Universities of Aberdeen and Stirling suggests that lifting the ivory trade ban will not protect elephants from poachers. There has been much debate around the issue of how to regulate the current... Read more
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PhysOrg
Hebridean rock provides clue to life on MarsOn Mars there are ‘Marsquakes’ which may produce hydrogen in the same way as on
Hebridean rock provides clue to life on Mars
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
On Mars there are ‘Marsquakes’ which may produce hydrogen in the same way as on Earth. Credit: University of Aberdeen Analysis of rocks in the Outer Hebrides has provided a tantalising clue that Mars may contain habitats which can potentially support... Read more
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heraldscotland
E.coli outbreak: Family says they will be made bankrupt as watchdog says all their cheese is to be destroyeddecision to issue a blanket ban on the sale of all cheeses from Errington. The
E.coli outbreak: Family says they will be made bankrupt as watchdog says all their cheese is to be destroyed
heraldscotland / Posted 12 days ago
decision to issue a blanket ban on the sale of all cheeses from Errington. The emeritus professor of bacteriology at the University of Aberdeen, said FSS had come down "very heavily" on Errington Cheese, stating there is a "real possibility" the... Read more
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Marie Claire
Netflix is good for your relationship, apparentlythe stars, but watching Netflix together might actually be good for your relati
Netflix is good for your relationship, apparently
Marie Claire / Posted 13 days ago
the stars, but watching Netflix together might actually be good for your relationship. According to a study by the University of Aberdeen, the more films and series that a couple have watched together, the happier and more committed they... Read more
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heraldscotland
Seismic activity on Uist and Barra might suggest life on Marsa life-sustaining energy source for simple microbes living underground. Lead r
Seismic activity on Uist and Barra might suggest life on Mars
heraldscotland / Posted 13 days ago
a life-sustaining energy source for simple microbes living underground. Lead researcher Professor John Parnell, from the University of Aberdeen, said: "Earthquakes cause friction, and our analysis of ancient rock in the Outer Hebrides has... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
McOpera Wind OctetWhat's On In Aberdeen The opening of the University of Aberdeen Music Departm
McOpera Wind Octet
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 13 days ago
What's On In Aberdeen The opening of the University of Aberdeen Music Department Concert Series 2016-2017 The 'in residence1 group open the series with music by Krommar and Mozart with the wind octet of McOpera.Opening Days and... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
NIGEL PRICE ORGAN TRIOfrom the weekly music, dance and song evening classes. McOpera Wind OctetOn 15
NIGEL PRICE ORGAN TRIO
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 13 days ago
from the weekly music, dance and song evening classes. McOpera Wind OctetOn 15 Sep 2016(Thursday Only)The opening of the University of Aberdeen Music Department Concert Series 2016-2017 Jazz at the Blue Lamp - LAUREN KINSELLA ENSEMBLEOn 22 Sep... Read more
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PhysOrg
Binge watching can improve relationships between couples who don't share friendsCouples who share media together are more likely to enjoy a closer relationship
Binge watching can improve relationships between couples who don't share friends
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
Couples who share media together are more likely to enjoy a closer relationship, according to new research. Credit: University of Aberdeen Watching 'box-sets' and movies together can improve relationship quality and commitment, particularly in... Read more
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