Big fish in big trouble in Europe
An international team of scientists led by the University of Aberdeen have discovered that large fish, which include many of the sharks, rays and skates of Europe, are the most at threat from extinction.
Techfest's 2017 early years and primary programme expands to RGU
Aberdeen’s annual science festival TechFest has launched its most exciting and ambitious programme yet for nursery and school pupils, including a new home in bigger premises at Robert Gordon University.
Deadline extended for Offshore Safety Awards
There is still time to shine a spotlight on the people and companies doing their best for offshore health and safety after organisers extended the deadline for entries to this year’s Offshore Safety Awards.
Safety education charity launches mascot competition
Safety education charity Absafe has asked budding young artists to design its new mascot.
Deep water production begins at newest FPSO in Brazil Santos Basin
Royal Dutch Shell plc, through its subsidiary BG E&P Brasil Ltda. (Shell) and consortium partners in Lula South, announce today that deep-water production has started at the FPSO P-66
ATPI expands Aberdeen management team with new head of operations
Following a successful start to 2017, leading global travel management and events business the ATPI Group, announces the appointment of Nicola Reith as head of Aberdeen operations.
Wood Group signs long-term global agreement with Hess
Hess Corporation has signed a non-exclusive 10-year global agreement with Wood Group to provide engineering, project management, construction, commissioning, operations & maintenance, integrity management, subsea, and decommissioning services.
A taste of home at Banchory Beer Festival
Tickets go on sale today (Thursday) for this year’s Banchory Beer Festival, which looks set to be even bigger and better than ever.
Stronachs LLP raise £1500 in Baker Hughes 10k for Friends of Anchor
Runners from city legal firm Stronachs LLP raised more than £1,500 for the Friends of Anchor at the 2017 Baker Hughes 10k, as it aims to secure £20,000 for the cause throughout the year.
Coastal deaths: RNLI says ‘fight your instincts, not the water’ to help stay alive
New research commissioned by the RNLI has revealed that six in ten people (61%) in Scotland would follow a potentially life-threatening instinct if they fell unexpectedly into water.
US exchange programme develops next generation of nurses
A transatlantic exchange programme has seen nursing students from Aberdeen and Houston compare their countries’ healthcare systems and university training.
Works to be completed repairing storm damaged National Cycle Network 1 route at Wellington Brae
Works to complete a repair to a storm-damaged National Cycle Network 1 route at Wellington Brae have been given the go-ahead.