Cafe Scientifique - Which Mammals live in NE Scotland

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An informal way to engage with the latest topics in science.

A standing army of citizen scientists helped create the recently published "Mammal Atlas for North East Scotland and the Cairngorms". Hear fascinating stories about the area’s amazing mammals, including red squirrel recovery, the eastward march of pine martens, and a new bat species for the area.

Speaker: Dr Annie Robinson, School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen and Nick Littlewood, lead editor, Mammal Atlas of North-East Scotland and the Cairngorms

Our Cafe Scientifique Aberdeen City series takes place monthly in Waterstones Union Bridge book store in Aberdeen's Union Street, usually around the middle Wednesday of the month. Sessions run from January through to October and are free to attend. No booking is required and places are allocated on the first-come basis

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Waterstones Aberdeen
Union Bridge branch
Aberdeen
AB11 6BG

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Café Sci events are free to attend. No booking is required and places are allocated on a first-come basis.

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Contact details

University of Aberdeen Public Engagement with Research Unit
Tel: 01224 273739
Email: peru@abdn.ac.uk