Long term effects of targeted drugs on people with psoriatic arthritis focus of new study
A large UK-wide study examining the impact of targeted drugs on the painful and debilitating condition of psoriatic arthritis, is officially launched today - World Arthritis Day.
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Aberdeen named as partner in major Mexican energy project
The University of Aberdeen has been named alongside Robert Gordon University (RGU) as among only four European institutions to be chosen to work with Mexican universities to address the future needs of the country's energy sector.
Major Aberdeen FC shareholder gifts over £270,000 to widen access to higher education
Expat Aberdonian businessman Dave Cormack and his family have donated over £270,000 to set up a new scholarship programme to enable students from widening access backgrounds study at the University of Aberdeen.
University athletes honoured at Aberdeen Sports Awards
Students, alumni, and athletes with links to the University of Aberdeen's performance sports programmes picked up a clutch of awards at last night's Aberdeen Sports Awards, held at the AECC.
University student to compete in the Great Model Railway Challenge
A postgraduate student from the University of Aberdeen will feature in a brand new Channel 5 series which will see teams of the nation's most talented railway modellers compete to create jaw dropping miniature masterpieces against the clock.
Leading actor and renowned singer to join Great War Centenary Remembered
Tickets have been released for a special commemorative event at the University of Aberdeen to mark the end of the First World War, in a week when the institution marks the anniversary of the tragic loss of the majority of its own battalion, U-Company.
Aberdeen rises 27 places into top 160 global universities
The University of Aberdeen has climbed 27 places to make it into the world's top 160 universities in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.
Study sounds warning over greenhouse emissions from Arctic rivers
A new study involving scientists from the University of Aberdeen has revealed that river networks bordering the Arctic Circle are responsible for a far higher level of carbon emissions than previously believed.
Newer contraceptive pills linked to reduced ovarian cancer risk in young women
Findings suggest long-lasting protection and provide reassurance for women
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