Benjamin Karenzi is the CEO of ZoraBots Africa, who have deployed Smart Anti-Epidemic Robots in Rwanda's Covid-19 Special Treatment Centers.
Physics graduate Scarlet Jeffers leads product development at leading cybersecurity company Clario.
After studying anatomy at the University of Aberdeen, Sue Black is now a leading anthropologist, anatomist and academic.
Fiona Harden credits her experience at the University of Aberdeen for the progress of her academic career. She now works at CERN.
Marine geophysicist Dr Robert Larter has led several expeditions to the Antarctic and was awarded the Polar Medal in the 2010 New Year Honours.
Jessica Brook is Public & Digital Programme Coordinator at Aberdeen Science Centre where she develops develop the centre's digital content.
Gavin Berkenheger set up his own company exploring for gold in Scotland and also provides geological consultancy for the mineral exploration sector.
2019 Artificial Intelligence MSc graduate Swarada Adavadkar is a Data Scientist responsible for integrating and analysing data from various sources to find answers to business problems.
Dr Amy Coatsee is leading the reintroduction of eastern barred bandicoots into the wild.
Following his interest in dinosaurs, Michael Benton is now a Professor of Palaeontology.
Having studied at Aberdeen as an Erasmus student, Joakim Fong is now co-founder and CEO of a digital collaboration platform between dental clinics and labs.
Psychology graduate Dr Lucia Suhanyiova is a Senior Human Factors Specialist in the aviation industry working on the advancement of air traffic management.
A zoology graduate of Aberdeen, Graham Oliver has described over 100 new species to science and was Head of the Biodiversity & Systemic Biology Department in the National Museum of Wales.
Leslie-Ann George is a project management professional and consultant in the engineering and technology sector and has written a book on developing academic skills.
Rod Lovie is Principal Climate Change Strategy Officer at Moray Council delivering and monitoring the council's Climate Change Strategy and developing policy and actions.
Law graduate Magnus Abraham-Dukuma advises local government in New Zealand on effective approaches to addressing climate change.