Royal marriage to be sealed with the help of music by University of Aberdeen composer
The University of Aberdeen is delighted to hear that an original choral composition by Dr Paul Mealor has been chosen by Prince William and Catherine Middleton for their Royal Wedding tomorrow.
New Physician Assistant course launched
The University of Aberdeen is the first in Scotland to launch a new Physician Assistant training course that will help address healthcare provision as the needs and demands of the population change.
Electioneering begins for new University Rector
Electioneering is sweeping the campus not for the Scottish elections but to elect a new University of Aberdeen Rector.
Students and donors celebrate the gift of scholarships
On Thursday 21 April the University of Aberdeen held its Annual Scholars’ Reception to celebrate the growing programme of scholarships which are changing the lives and prospects of talented students.
New Aberdeen study highlights substantial long term reductions in field investment and production of
A new study entitled The Effects of Budget 2011 on Activity in the UK Continental Shelf by Professor Alex Kemp and Linda Stephen of the University of Aberdeen published today highlights the substantial long term reductions in field investment and oil/gas production which will result from the increased tax rates...
Leading international control engineer and dynamicist to unveil secrets of sympathy
In the second of the RV Jones Distinguished Lecture Series, a leading expert in the field of control engineering and dynamics examines some fascinating examples of synchronised systems that we encounter in our daily life.
Budding legal eagles gear up for Granite City Moot
Law students from the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University are being put through their paces in preparation for the annual Granite City Mooting Competition, sponsored by Paull & Williamsons, which will see a team from each university pit their wits against each other at Aberdeen Sheriff Court on...
New King’s Museum opens in Old Aberdeen
A new museum in the heart of Old Aberdeen, opposite the historic King’s College Chapel, will open today (Monday April 18).
Leading Scottish collection of British flowering plant specimens made available online
An extensive catalogue of British flowering plant specimens offering an insight into environmental changes and species distribution over a 200 year period has been made available online.
Scientist included in list of men shaping future
An Aberdeen scientist has been included in Esquire magazine’s list of the “20 men who will shape the next 20 years”.
Aberdeen researchers to collaborate with India on development of trusted mobile technologies for rur
An Aberdeen computer scientist is leading the UK input into an exciting new international research project as part of the UK Government’s commitment to collaborate with India on research addressing pressing problems facing the world today.
Concert in memory of north-east musician nets £15,000 for Aberdeen cancer research team
A concert held for the second time in memory of a popular north-east musician has netted more than £15,000 for research into two of Scotland’s fastest rising cancers.
Life photographed at Europe’s deepest point
Aberdeen scientists have photographed for the first time fish and shrimps at Europe’s deepest point – 5111 metres or 3.2 miles deep below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea.
Cementing our Future
Dating back more than 5,000 years and developed later by the Romans to enable the construction of the great basilicas and coliseums, cement has evolved to bind together modern society.
Study suggests age divide in cost-effectiveness of IVF treatment options
The findings of a study led by the University of Aberdeen could put IVF treatment ‘on a more equal footing’ with chronic diseases when it comes to making decisions about the cost effectiveness of treatment options.
Award for University researchers: public can find out more about musculoskeletal research
Groundbreaking research at the University of Aberdeen into chronic pain and bone and joint diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis has officially been recognised.
University of Aberdeen extends agreement with Wuhan University
Closer links have been forged between the University of Aberdeen and Wuhan University in China, following the signing of an inter-institutional agreement in Aberdeen.
Book about people working with farm animals wins prize for Aberdeen researcher
A University of Aberdeen researcher has won a prize for her first sociology book, about people working with farm animals.
Deep vein thrombosis under the spotlight
Each year one in every 1,000 people in the UK is affected by deep vein thrombosis DVT) – a blood clot in one of the deep veins in the body.
A Journey Down the River Dee
The latest instalment of the University of Aberdeen’s popular Café Scientifique Aberdeenshire series will be held at Banchory’s Woodend Barn on Tuesday April 12.
SCOT study recruits 4000th patient
A major research project into the safety of long term pain relief for sufferers of arthritis has taken a significant step forward this week with the recruitment of its 4000th patient volunteer.
University of Aberdeen student wins top international student award
The sky is the limit for international students in Scotland, according to a University of Aberdeen undergraduate who has won a prestigious British Council award for her contribution to life on campus and in her local community.
Leading scientists work together to tackle conservation conflict
Conservationists are increasingly coming into conflict with land managers, companies and in some cases governments who have different priorities.
George Washington Wilson collection now available online
The launch of a new online system of digitally enhanced photographs provides new insight into life in Scotland, the UK and beyond at the end of the 19th century.
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