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2014/09/18 00:52
2014/09/18 00:52
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EVERYONE loves the Irish, but their neighbours across the North Channel are just as deserving of our appreciation, it seems. As the Scots casts its vote for independence, we look back at what they’ve...
2014/09/18 00:52
2014/09/18 00:52
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2014/09/17 13:40
2014/09/17 13:40
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The European financial markets priced in a No vote in the Scottish referendum as campaigners on both sides pushed hard to win the allegiances of the undecided voters who stand to determine whether the...
2014/09/17 05:24
2014/09/17 05:24
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Scottish Nationalist Party leader Alex Salmond has pointed to North Sea energy as the treasure that would help finance an independent Scotland, but its offshore oil and gas is no longer the bonanza it...
2014/09/16 15:17
2014/09/16 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Puffins: Past Present and Future What lies behind the dramatic changes in fortune of this iconic Scottish Seabird? Professor Mark Harris has been researching the local...
2014/09/16 15:17
2014/09/16 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Cafe Scientifique - Decisions, Decisions, Decisions Speaker: Professor Christian Haerpfer On the eve of one of Scotland's biggest decisions, we will look at democratic...
2014/09/16 14:39
2014/09/16 14:39
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Worldwide attempts to tackle global warming by injecting carbon dioxide into underground volcanic rock have been informed by new research that shows the process happens naturally on a massive scale...
2014/09/15 09:29
2014/09/15 09:29
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A former tutor of St. John's School, Sekondi, has reportedly called for the scrapping of the Basic Education Certificate Examination because, to him, "it has become a major impediment of access to...
2014/09/14 15:17
2014/09/14 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen From Deep Space To Deep Sea. An accessible, interactive lecture examining the technologies revolutionising biological and medical imaging. The lecture will explore the complex...
2014/09/13 02:05
2014/09/13 02:05
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... we had a king, and a chancellor, and parliament-men o' our ain, we could aye peeble them wi' stanes when they werena gude bairns - But naebody's nails can reach the length o' Lunnon'. - Walter...
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2014/09/11 19:33
2014/09/11 19:33
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Say goodbye to the steaks. Forget the foie gras. Put that pork chop away (assuming you can afford any of them). UK-based scientists say eating less meat is a vital part of tackling climate change. A...
2014/09/11 07:12
2014/09/11 07:12
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The no campaign has a sizable 13-point lead over the Scottish independence yes camp among academics, according to a poll of university workers. More than 1,000 academics and administrators took part...
2014/09/10 15:17
2014/09/10 15:17
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What's On In Aberdeen British Science Association Sci-Screen and 'Meet Up' British Science Association Aberdeen Branch invite you to join us for a drink and a movie. Come along and enjoy an informal...
2014/09/08 19:42
2014/09/08 19:42
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We have viewed the report by N-56 (22 August) on the potential for unconventional oil and gas extraction from the Kimmeridge Clay in the North Sea using fracking and we agree this has significant...
2014/09/08 17:49
2014/09/08 17:49
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THE Cumbria soil and nutrient expert Professor Brian Chambers has died suddenly. Prof Chambers, head of the ADAS Soils and Nutrients Group, grew up on a dairy farm in Penrith and throughout his...
2014/09/05 18:49
2014/09/05 18:49
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THE Cumbria soil and nutrient expert Professor Brian Chambers has died suddenly. Prof Chambers, head of the ADAS Soils and Nutrients Group, grew up on a dairy farm in Penrith and throughout his...
2014/09/05 07:08
2014/09/05 07:08
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Glasgow-based Dr Richard Hansen, 36, spoke of the vital importance of a free health service enshrined in a new constitution. This is Richard’s story… “I didn’t plan on entering the political fray....
2014/09/04 23:39
2014/09/04 23:39
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Archaeological Dig Near Quinhagak Provides a Look Into Ancient Yup’ik Culture Students from Scotland excavating at the Araliq site. (Photo by Charles, KYUK – Bethel) At the site of an ancient...
2014/09/03 16:51
2014/09/03 16:51
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BETHEL — Archaeologists have found artifacts in western Alaska that they said provide a look into ancient Yup’ik culture that has never been seen. The artifacts were uncovered by archaeologists and...
2014/09/01 18:38
2014/09/01 18:38
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A new study has suggested that the current trend of food production i.e. shift towards meat-heavy Western diets might reach the global targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2050. The...
2014/08/29 22:18
2014/08/29 22:18
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Dr. Richard Benfield has a unique vision for improving the CCSU campus for both students and faculty. “I would like to see our campus much more oriented toward a plant focus. I think everyone would,”...
2014/09/18 00:52
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