North-east pupils embark on a journey of discovery with May Festival
Superworms, nature ninjas and a skeleton crew will take school pupils from across Aberdeen city and shire on a journey of discovery at the 2017 May Festival.
Can wearable fitness trackers help you lose weight? Volunteers required
University of Aberdeen researchers are investigating the use of wearable technology to help with weight loss in overweight women.
Improving clinical trials focus of two new studies
University announces two new trials to improve participants' experience of clinical trials and to tackle dropout rates.
Rowett scientists using their loaf (and yoghurt) to increase vegetable consumption at May Festival
Rowett to put on a colourful display at May Festival this week
Aberdeen students to exhibit work at OCEANS 2017
Students from the University of Aberdeen and RGU are among 20 students from around the world selected to present their work at a major marine technology conference taking place in the city.
Returning large Alaskan archaeological haul found 'frozen in time'
A huge collection of artefacts 'frozen in time' which offer a unique insight into the indigenous people of Alaska will be returned to the region by the University.
Key stem cells for repairing knee joints identified
Stem cells that seem key for maintaining and repairing the body's knee joints have been identified by scientists.
Aberdeen scientists help to decode genome of deadly tropical snail
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have been working to better understand the biology of a deadly snail
Students from less advantaged and rural backgrounds given medical school opportunity
First students accepted on new course that gives most promising secondary pupils from rural areas and less advantaged backgrounds unique opportunity to study medicine in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen law students ready for International Moot at The Hague
Aberdeen law students set for competition at The Hague
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Election laws can't cope with data harvesting – which suits politicians fine
How theatre can help us understand Donald Trump and Brexit
Could taking vitamins in huge doses produce a health miracle after all?
Against the tide: why women's equality remains a distant dream in Arab countries
Hybrid 'super-slugs' are invading British gardens and we can't stop them
Five myths about dismantling North Sea oil rigs
In defence of the Vikings: they wouldn't have suffered Donald Trump