Public Exhibition Ta Kheru: Discovering the life of an Ancient Egyptian woman

Using CT scans and the latest medical visualisation techniques experts have been able to uncover insights into the life of Ta-Kheru, an Ancient Egyptian woman whose ceremonially mummified remains have been in the University of Aberdeen museums’ collections since the 18th century. The exhibition tells the story of Ta-Kheru, alongside an impressive holographic display of the CT scan and a facial reconstruction of The Lady of the House.

Curious About Aberdeen

Explore, Discover & Enjoy Aberdeen with two self-guided, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format.
Are you curious about Aberdeen? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – looping around the better-known sights, as well as some of the more unusual and quirky ones, which combined make Aberdeen an intriguing place to explore!

Data Driven Drilling and Production North Sea 2018 Conference

Optimise drilling and production operations with digital technologies. Operator led case studies exploring how they have launched, refined and grown digital projects will allow you to take away practical information on how you too can launch or adapt your current activities to increase efficiency and reduce risk using digital technologies and data analytics. Senior representatives from operators of all sizes - from Equinor to Alpha Petroleum - are scheduled to present case studies and live demonstrations from their digital programmes.

Lunchtime Talks

Wednesdays, 12.30pm (30 mins)

Our free weekly talks cover a dazzling range of subjects, from astrophysics to street art.
Doors open from 12.15pm. Admission free, no need to book – just come along.

Wednesday 7 November
The rise of astrophysics: the story of four remarkable women
Neville Browne, Aberdeen Astronomical Society Meet four remarkable women who played a huge role in the golden age of astronomical discovery from 1890 to 1930.