Aberdeen hosts launch of Groundings Ancients
The University of Aberdeen recently hosted the launch of an undergraduate journal which brings together each of Scotland's ancient universities.
Aberdeen students in mooting success
Students from the University's Law School enjoyed success at a recent mooting competition - submitting the best written entry of any European team.
Renowned urban photographer to help amateur 'snappers' capture new perspectives on Aberdeen
A renowned photographer will help members of the public to capture new perspectives on the city of Aberdeen using only their mobile phones at the May Festival.
Scots energy bills 'no higher' under independence, says Aberdeen academic
UK Government claims that Scots consumers will face steep energy price hikes in an independent '100 percent renewable' Scotland have been described as 'highly implausible' by an Aberdeen renewables expert.
Remote ultrasound scan could improve stroke outcomes
Specialists may be able to carry out a life-saving diagnosis on someone suffering a stroke hundreds of miles away, thanks to new technology being investigated in a research collaboration led by the University of Aberdeen.
Obesity linked with malnutrition and poverty
Being thin used to be linked with poverty while obesity was associated with affluence but now that has turned on its head, according to a University of Aberdeen study.
Inquiry into Scotland's economic future hears from Aberdeen oil economist
The University's expert in petroleum economics Professor Alex Kemp is among influential figures in the oil and gas industry being questioned today by MSPs on the Scottish Parliament's Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
Link between academic success and character strengths examined
Scientists are investigating if children with certain character strengths are more likely to succeed academically.
Prestigious award in Korea for Aberdeen Vice-Principal
A Vice-Principal of the University has received a prestigious honour in the Republic of Korea for his contribution to the development of the offshore industry in a key region of the country.
Malawian midwives to share experiences in Aberdeen
A group of four midwife educators from Malawi will visit Aberdeen for a month as Commonwealth Professional Fellows to learn more about the training of midwives and the delivery of maternity care in Scotland, as well as clinical mentoring and research.
A chick off the old block? Probably not
Modern domestic animal traits that set them apart from their wild ancestors, such as small dogs, or the gnarled combs on chickens heads, may have appeared far more recently than previously thought, according to new research.
Seeing into old age?
Changes in visual abilities associated with healthy ageing will be explored tonight (April 23) at the latest in the University of Aberdeen's Cafe Scientifique series of public talks.
Raking up the facts on GM Crops
Over two decades since the first commercial use of genetically modified food, the debate on whether we should use these crops rages on. The US plans to remove the mandatory GM labelling on food by 2016, yet headlines often give mixed messages. So are GM crops really harmful for...
British Museum 'Viking Live' cinema screening - University expert to feature
A live 'guided tour' of the major new Vikings exhibition at the British Museum, which will be broadcast to cinemas around Britain and later the world, is to feature a University of Aberdeen expert.
Innovations in Big Data bring shortlist success in UK awards
Short-listing for this year's UK's Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards has recognised two exciting and innovative University projects with potential to deliver huge benefits for business.
Festival fun at Aberdeen preview event
The Aberdeen public will get a taste of a festival expected to attract thousands of people to the city with a special preview event this weekend.
Reception marks beginning of new legal careers
A successful year for the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice course, which has seen students offer free legal advice and win through to the finals of a prestigious negotiation competition, came to an end with a reception on Wednesday.
Scotland's construction industry to be transformed by new innovation centre
Engineering and materials scientists from the University of Aberdeen have joined forces with other universities and industry in a bid to transform Scotland's construction industry.
Aberdeen lecturer who taught for three decades to be remembered at May Festival
An academic who taught for more than three decades at the University of Aberdeen will be remembered through a new lecture series which gets underway at the May Festival.
Scottish Rugby funds spinal cord injury research
Scottish Rugby is helping fund pioneering research which is taking an innovative and multi-pronged approach to try to repair spinal cord injury.
Aberdeen academic leads UN climate change report
Greenhouse gas emissions are accelerating despite efforts at reduction - that is the stark conclusion of a new report by the UN's expert panel on climate change.
New initiatives to boost the 'international campus' at Aberdeen
New initiatives have been launched by the University of Aberdeen as part of its drive to benefit from a campus with a truly international flavour and outlook.
Blood Donation - Where does it go? At this month's Café MED
On 27 March 1914, Belgian doctor Albert Hustin conducted the first non-direct transfusion.
New research scholarships to commemorate University founder
The University of Aberdeen is launching a new programme of research scholarships to honour its medieval founder and his commitment to excellence.
Community investigation of controversial hillside 'squatters' revealed in exhibition
New insights into a group of 19th century colonists who set up a community on the slopes of the North East's most famous hill, are to be revealed in a new exhibition.
University scoops gold and bronze for Commonwealth contribution
The University of Aberdeen scooped gold and bronze at an awards ceremony celebrating the contributions academic institutions are making to the Commonwealth Games.
Drug use and smoking under spotlight at key conference
Substance misuse and tobacco addiction are among topics being discussed at two-day conference opening today (April 3).
Remembering the 'Lass o'Pairts' who became a Great Aberdonian
The University of Aberdeen will host the next instalment of its Great Aberdonians series on Wednesday April 2, giving members of the public the opportunity to learn about Isabella Skea (1845-1914).
Scientists to investigate impact of smoking and drinking on the developing liver
Researchers have been awarded almost £589,000 to investigate the impact of smoking and drinking during pregnancy on the liver of a developing baby.
Protein study seeks overweight volunteers
Overweight men and women are being sought for a study investigating the impact on appetite of consuming a diet high in protein.
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