Celebrating 550 years of Copernicus
Professor Karin Friedrich from the Department of History joined celebrations in Poland to mark 550 years since the birth of Nicholaus Copernicus.
Aberdeen PhD researcher to speak at UN Science Summit
A University of Aberdeen PhD student will share her research at the Science Summit of the UN General Assembly (SSUNGA 78) next week.
Local knowledge vital to help tackle climate change, new research shows
University of Aberdeen scientists have contributed to new research which shows that plans to tackle the impacts of climate change on food security must integrate local knowledge to help preserve the Earth's critical zone.
Sub-Saharan wellbeing project takes another leap forward
International policymakers have been given their first insights into a research project spearheaded by the University of Aberdeen that seeks to improve the mental wellbeing of children and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa.
Aberdeen academic shortlisted for prestigious Times Higher Education Award
An Aberdeen academic has been shortlisted for a prestigious Research Project of the Year accolade in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
Aberdeen academic collaborates on landmark biodiversity report
A landmark report published today (September 4) could provide a major step forward in tackling one of the major causes of the biodiversity crisis.