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.
Hydrogen 'bank' could see production advantage for Scotland
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen are developing technology that will enable electricity generated by renewables to be 'banked' as green hydrogen in depleted oil and gas reservoirs alongside industrial carbon emissions.
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.
University to showcase world-leading research at Offshore Europe
The University of Aberdeen will showcase its world-leading research at Offshore Europe this week, focusing on key areas of the energy transition including offshore wind, carbon capture and storage, hydrogen, and data and artificial intelligence.
University shortlisted for sustainability research initiatives
Two transformative initiatives from the University of Aberdeen have been shortlisted for a prestigious sustainability award.
EU project results in new guide to promote biodiversity in agriculture
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have played a key role in the development of a new handbook that aims to increase biodiversity in agriculture, by promoting innovative approaches to contract arrangements for government-funded payments to farmers.
New funding for energy transition scholarships
Students studying MSc programmes at the University of Aberdeen relating to the energy transition will benefit from new scholarship opportunities backed by Shell U.K. Ltd.
University lecturer branches out to save the River Dee's wildlife
A University of Aberdeen lecturer will cycle the River Dee from 'sea to source' and back again to help a local fundraising group raise enough cash to plant one million trees along the River Dee.
AI project aims to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland
A new project aims to use artificial intelligence to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland, helping the country meet its net zero targets and powering thousands more homes and businesses each year.
Principal calls on Holyrood to name Aberdeen as new investment zone
The Principal of the University of Aberdeen has urged Scottish politicians to consider the city region as one of the UK Government's planned 'investment zones' north of the border.