The Aberdeenshire Digital Doors Open Days weekend was 19th and 20th September 2020. Aberdeenshire presented its largest ever digital offering as they celebrated Aberdeenshire and the nation’s buildings online. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was agreed that Doors Open Days 2020 would go digital within Aberdeenshire this year to ensure that people in Aberdeenshire and across the country could continue to safely explore Scotland’s buildings. Not only did the digital format enable local residents to enjoy an insight into North-east architecture from the comfort of their own home, they were able to take a peek inside buildings the length and breadth of the country without the need for travel.
We were delighted to be one of 227 buildings from all over Aberdeenshire participating in the Aberdeenshire Digital Doors Open Days 2020. We showed three short videos and a gallery of pictures which you can still view.
The National Decommissioning Centre
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre have partnered with the University of Aberdeen to create a new multi-million-pound Decommissioning Centre of Excellence to tackle current and future challenges with world-class research and development in partnership with industry. Come with us into the virtual world to discover more about what they do.
The National Decommissioning Centre Student Presentation
Hear first hand about some of the work that is being carried out at the National Decommissioning Centre
The National Decommissioning Centre Launch
The National Decommissioning Centre, a global technology research and development hub, was opened by Lord Duncan, UK Government Minister for Scotland and Paul Wheelhouse, Scottish Energy Minister, in Newburgh, Scotland on Friday 11th January 2019. Find out more about The NDC goals and priorities are for the future.
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|Published||Friday September 18th, 2020|