Summer conference encourages girls to take up careers in STEM subjects
Girls throughout the UK are being invited to apply to take part in a summer event aimed at showing them that career opportunities are 'endless' in the areas of science, technology, engineering and maths.
Welcome to Mordor-under-the-Sea
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have used cutting-edge imaging techniques to reveal a spectacular 'Tolkienesque' landscape buried deep beneath the sea off southern Australia.
Historian receives new honour for work on Polish history
The Polish Government has presented a leading historian from the University of Aberdeen with an award honouring his work on the country's history.
University receives £1million to fund green research
The University of Aberdeen has been awarded over £1million in funding to establish a centre that will train a new generation of researchers to develop technologies that convert organic waste into sustainable materials.
Aberdeen Boat Race to Make Waves in 2018
Longstanding rivals will clash oars on the River Dee in March, as Aberdeen's two universities return to the water once again for the Aberdeen Boat Race.
University Pro-Chancellor honoured with Knighthood
University of Aberdeen Pro-Chancellor, the Very Reverend Professor Iain Torrance, has been honoured with a Knighthood in the New Year's Honours list.
Rising admissions to children's wards across Scotland - but not because more are getting ill
The number of children admitted to hospital as emergency referrals has risen almost 50% in the last decade, but not because more children are getting ill, says the University of Aberdeen team behind new research.
Like Santa's list - if you want to know how the family REALLY is this Christmas - better check twice
When you ask how your elderly aunt's bad knee is over Christmas dinner, you might want to take her first answer with a grain of salt, according to new studies.
Protecting orangutans - 'every click counts' in citizen science survey
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen are looking for citizen scientists to help protect endangered orangutans in Northern Borneo.
Funding award for University startup
An award-winning University startup has won nearly £100,000 to help fund the development of its new product.
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Tunisia is back on a knife edge – here's why
Revealed: adult leukaemia can be caused by gene implicated in breast cancer and obesity
Why I can't agree with the conclusions of the report on Primodos
Libya and ICC: not indicting Khalifa Haftar makes mockery of international justice
How Hitler used a lie about November 9 as the foundation for the Third Reich
Here's what we think Alzheimer's does to the brain
Why Libya's new peace plan needs to go further than forging democracy