Does eating cheese before bed cause nightmares?
Does an apple a day really keep the doctor away? Does a cold shower every day help improve physical and mental wellbeing? Does eating cheese before bed cause nightmares?
Debut album for music graduate Amy
A University of Aberdeen music graduate is releasing her debut album just a year after making the final round of BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician of the Year competition.
Oor Charlie's Oor Wullie story
Unless you've been living under a bucket for the last two months, you will have realised Aberdeen and the rest of Scotland has been occupied by dozens of fantastic interpretations of the nation's favourite laddie, Oor Wullie.
University to welcome thousands of visitors to annual Open Day
The University of Aberdeen will next week welcome prospective students from around the world to its historic King's College campus for the first of its two annual undergraduate open days.
Budding young writers encouraged to follow in footsteps of Nan Shepherd
A writing competition marking the life of one of Scotland's most celebrated writers of prose and poetry has been launched by the University of Aberdeen.
University leads biggest Doors Open Day yet
The University of Aberdeen will lead this year's 30th annual Doors Open Day event in Aberdeen, and more buildings than ever before will be open to the public.
Leading physicist elected to Academia Europaea
A renowned physicist from the University of Aberdeen has been elected as a member to one of Europe's most prestigious scientific organisations.
Leading academics work with industry on oil and gas drilling innovations
A team of leading scientists from the University of Aberdeen is working in partnership with the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) and energy companies to develop new technologies for the oil and gas sector.
Sir Walter Scott's legacy explored in new online course
A free online course exploring the life, work and legacy of one of Scotland's greatest literary figures is being offered by the University of Aberdeen.
Jurassic world of volcanoes found in central Australia
An international team of subsurface explorers from the University of Aberdeen and University of Adelaide have discovered a 'Jurassic World' of around 100 ancient volcanoes buried deep beneath Australia's largest onshore oil and gas producing region.
Portrait of Aberdeen academic shines light on academics at risk
An academic who travelled to Aberdeen after being forced to flee war-torn Syria features in a new exhibition showcasing work to support scholars whose work puts their lives in danger.
Hospital admissions for older people's services increase by 10% every year across Scotland
Admissions to geriatric medical wards in the 19 largest hospitals with major emergency departments in Scotland have risen by 10% for three consecutive years, reaching 43,311 by 2017/18, according to a new report.
New resource brings Alaskan school children face-to-face with their past
A new educational resource telling the story of a major archaeological project offering a unique insight into the indigenous people of Alaska has been launched.
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