Extraordinary Burns Supper - connecting with the international alumni community
The University of Aberdeen is bringing together alumni from around the world for an 'Extraordinary Burns Supper' to celebrate the spirit of Robert Burns with performances of his poetry, music, and songs.
Students become good neighbours to reduce food waste and support their local community
An Aberdeen student group has prevented thousands of kilograms of food going to waste and supported the local community through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Covid delays in IVF treatment has biggest impact on women over 40
Delays to IVF treatment brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic could reduce the amount of live births in women over 40 by almost a quarter.
Aberdeen leading the field with new Energy Transition degree
The University of Aberdeen has today launched the UK's first postgraduate degree programme in Energy Transition Systems and Technologies.
Regional partners unite to promote learning, training and enterprise opportunities
An initiative to increase employment opportunities in Aberdeen and the North East has been launched by partners from across the region.
University to honour Emily through legacy project
New award launched to celebrate kindness in honour of Emily Drouet.
Aberdeen research creates a buzz among 'citizen scientists'
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have enlisted the help of thousands of bumblebee enthusiasts from across the UK to help inform the latest research into the best pollinating plants to have in garden.
University start-up secures more than £1m in new funding
A University start-up has secured £1.24m in funding from leading investors to help develop its cutting edge 'lab on a chip' technology.
Academic over the finish line in city street charity challenge
A University of Aberdeen academic has crossed the 'finish line' in his charity attempt to run all 2,634 streets in Aberdeen city.
Climate change linked to decline of migratory Arctic fish
Arctic fish species at risk
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Using theology to empower people with disabilities
As the UK marks Disability History Month, the University of Aberdeen’s Léon Van Ommen, whose research focuses on autism and faith communities, considers the role of practical theology in informing new ideas to improve the spiritual care of those with disabilities. There is a growing recognition among healthcare providers and charities that...
Questioning the evidence for rapid growth of 'orthodox' Anglican churches in sub Saharan Africa
Aberdeen academic Andrew McKinnon, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Aberdeen, questions the evidence for rapid growth of ‘orthodox’ Anglican churches in sub Saharan Africa I have been studying Anglicans fighting about sex for over a decade. In that time, many things have changed, but some have not. The...
Lessons from history for the Current Covid-19 Pandemic:
Third year history student Tomás Pizarro-Escuti explores the lessons of The Spanish Flu through the lenses of applied history. History, in its purest form, can be defined as the knowledge of humanity’s past based upon reliable sources. Nevertheless, the historian’s role in its reconstruction of the past should not only be inspired...