Internationally acclaimed Care Framework for Huntington's Disease launched in Grampian
One of the world's first local Care Frameworks for Huntington's Disease (HD) has been launched in Grampian.
Major new study examines link between performance related pay and stress
The relationship between performance-related pay (PRP) and stress will be the focus of a major new study by economists and health psychologists at the University of Aberdeen.
Innovative online courses breaking down barriers for Scotland's future teachers
As Scotland looks to address challenges in teacher recruitment, a new initiative is helping would-be teachers to overcome a barrier preventing well-qualified candidates from entering the profession.
Scientists reveal new insight into tackling obesity
Obesity has become one of the most significant challenges to human health. But now scientists at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute have discovered a tiny group of brain cells that could be harnessed to tackle obesity according to a new study published in Cell Metabolism.
New exhibition celebrates musical exchange
A new exhibition celebrating the musical and cultural connections between Scotland and the Eeyou people of Eeyou Istchee, in the James Bay region of northern Quebec, has opened at the University of Aberdeen.
Leading hydrologist honoured with prestigious Fellowship
A leading hydrologist from the University of Aberdeen's School of Geosciences has been elected as a Fellow of the prestigious American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Aberdeen receives additional funding for arts and humanities research
The next generation of research professionals working in the Arts and Humanities in Scotland are to benefit from substantial funding awarded to the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities (SGSAH) by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Scottish Funding Council (SFC).
WW1 centenary commemorated in first requiem by royal composer
The premiere of the first requiem by renowned royal composer and University of Aberdeen professor, Paul Mealor, will be performed in Edinburgh next month by the National Youth Choir of Scotland.
Scots language workshop to encourage people to speak in their 'mither tongue'
Workshops in north-east Scots language are being held at the University of Aberdeen in a bid to encourage those who wish to become fluent in their 'mither tongue'.
New programme to celebrate the best of north-east's creative talent
A new public engagement programme that will showcase the best of the north-east's creative talent will be launched at the University of Aberdeen this week.
Heart murmur website bags medical student award
An Aberdeen medical student who developed an innovative website about heart murmurs has picked up a prestigious award.
Brain compare: Scots and Indian scan study could give clues on Alzheimer's
How the brain ages in people from different countries and cultural backgrounds is the focus of a new study by the University of Aberdeen.
Industry research collaboration rated 'outstanding' by Innovate UK
A collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire-based oil and gas firm Aubin Group has been rated as 'outstanding' by Innovate UK, the UK's Innovation Agency.
New era as new Principal joins University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen enters a new era today (1 August) with Professor George Boyne taking over as Principal and Vice-Chancellor.
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