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Archive February 2007

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28 February 2007

University hosts Science Applicant Day


28 February 2007

Classical Concerts


27 February 2007

New Planning Chair appointed at Aberdeen


27 February 2007

Workers climb Bennachie and raise cash for cancer research


27 February 2007

Master filmmaker comes to Aberdeen


26 February 2007

Blue skies thinkers urged to enter Aberdeen’s Dragon’s Den


26 February 2007

Medical research bus takes to streets thanks to FirstGroup


21 February 2007

Key findings reveal how millions of women’s lives can be saved


21 February 2007

Lullaby marks top music award


20 February 2007

2007 Gifford Lectures begin


15 February 2007

Aberdeen student wins £5,000 for wave power studies


15 February 2007

Universities strengthen ties between Aberdeen and Mexico


15 February 2007

Aberdeen business with big idea for tackling climate change wins £40,000 prize


14 February 2007

University of Aberdeen and EIS announce partnership


13 February 2007

High flying Haptogen wins another award


09 February 2007

Aberdeen spin-out named most promising new life sciences company in Scotland


09 February 2007

Black Gold at Marischal Museum


07 February 2007

‘Classical composers have the X Factor’


06 February 2007

Research findings a breath of fresh air for bar staff


06 February 2007

Aberdeen’s electrical wound healing research hailed as among world’s best


06 February 2007

Aberdeen scientists among those to benefit from new research ship being named today by HRH The Princess Royal


05 February 2007

2007 Gifford Lectures


02 February 2007

Erupting mud volcano


02 February 2007

Economics lecturer scoops national prize for teaching innovation


01 February 2007

Aberdeen scientists help lead multi-million life sciences collaboration


01 February 2007

Fungi findings reveal how cell tips steer their way around


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