Liquid crystal chemist success
Congratulations to Dr Rebecca Walker, current PhD Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen who was awarded the best oral presentation by a young researcher at the British Liquid Crystal Society annual meeting at the University of Leeds.
Chemist wins GW Gray Medal
Professor Corrie Imrie of the Department of Chemistry has been awarded the prestigious G.W. Gray Medal of the British Liquid Crystal Society.
University offers £53,600 worth of AI scholarships
The University of Aberdeen is offering eight scholarships on its MSc Artificial Intelligence programme, worth £6,700 each.
Royal Society of Chemistry highlights policy work by the PharmaSea project
A report by the Royal Society of Chemistry on the benefits of international collaborations highlights the BBNJ policy work done by the PharmaSea project
Computing science student presents to UK Home Office on online security
A Computing Science student who specialises in identifying online security threats has presented his research to officials at the UK Home Office.
Leading academic attends Washington DC carbon summit
A leading academic and member of the University of Aberdeen team competing in the final of a global competition was in Washington DC last week, where he spoke with policymakers about the potential of new carbon capture and utilisation technology developed at the University.
University secures £75,600 worth of AI scholarships
The University of Aberdeen has secured twice the number of scholarships for its MSc in Artificial Intelligence (AI), which was launched last year.
Aberdeen academics named as Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellows
Leading academics from the University of Aberdeen are among 66 distinguished individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
University physicist honoured for work in mathematical computing
A leading physicist from the University of Aberdeen has been honoured for his innovative work in mathematical computing at an award ceremony that took place in the US.
Putting the power of algorithms in people's hands
A conference that aims to help people harness the power of mathematical algorithms at work and at home will take place at the University of Aberdeen next week.