Mars experts deliver Scotland's first postgrad in Planetary Sciences
The University of Aberdeen has launched Scotland's first taught postgraduate degree programme in planetary sciences, with the aim of addressing the skills and knowledge gap in the rapidly growing UK space sector.
Planetary scientists discover that Venus's clouds cannot support life
Life is not possible in Venus's clouds, according to research by an international team including scientists at the University of Aberdeen.
Head of School writes to University of Sheffield on closure of archaeology department
Dave Muirhead, Head of the School of Geosciences, and Kate Britton, Head of the Department of Archaeology, have written to the Vice Chancellor and Executive Board of the University of Sheffield, following the news that it intends to close its archaeology department.
Geography at University of Aberdeen 6th in UK and 1st in Scotland
Geography at the University of Aberdeen rises seventeen places in the Complete University Guide 2022. We ranked 6th overall in the UK (out of 71) and are first in Scotland. This builds on our rise in the Times & The Sunday Times Good University Guide in 2021. We are full...
University of Aberdeen rises in QS World University rankings
The University of Aberdeen has risen in the 2022 edition of the QS World University Rankings, recording significant improvement in the areas of International Students and Employer Reputation.
University celebrates world premiere of Song of the Ocean on World Ocean Day 2021
A song which aims to raise awareness of the importance of the ocean and highlight the major issues of declining ocean health, will receive its world premiere tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 June) to mark World Ocean Day 2021.
Landmark study puts cost of windfarm development in the picture
A landmark study has found that excluding windfarm development in Great Britain's most scenic areas results in 18% less renewable electricity generation potential and up to 26% higher costs for operators.
Aberdeen researchers to support UK greenhouse gas removal projects
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are supporting three of five interdisciplinary projects funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
Geophysical Insights Awards the University of Aberdeen Licenses to New AI Technology
Geophysical Insights, a Houston-based company, has awarded the University of Aberdeen licenses to the Paradise(R) AI workbench for seismic interpretation.
University partners with Total on energy transition course
Students studying energy transition programmes at the University of Aberdeen are set to benefit from a short course delivered by Total Professeurs Associés (TPA), which is supported by the energy company Total's foundation.
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