University Pro-Chancellor honoured with Knighthood
University of Aberdeen Pro-Chancellor, the Very Reverend Professor Iain Torrance, has been honoured with a Knighthood in the New Year's Honours list.
Rising admissions to children's wards across Scotland - but not because more are getting ill
The number of children admitted to hospital as emergency referrals has risen almost 50% in the last decade, but not because more children are getting ill, says the University of Aberdeen team behind new research.
Protecting orangutans - 'every click counts' in citizen science survey
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen are looking for citizen scientists to help protect endangered orangutans in Northern Borneo.
Like Santa's list - if you want to know how the family REALLY is this Christmas - better check twice
When you ask how your elderly aunt's bad knee is over Christmas dinner, you might want to take her first answer with a grain of salt, according to new studies.
Funding award for University startup
An award-winning University startup has won nearly £100,000 to help fund the development of its new product.
Medicine in Wartime: Aberdeen's Medical Innovators
A fascinating exhibition looking at innovations in medicine made during wartime is currently on display at the University of Aberdeen's Sir Duncan Rice Library.
New research shows increased risk of breast cancer in women who use hormonal contraceptives
Women who currently use hormonal contraceptives (such as the combined pill, the progestogen-only pill and non-oral products such as the hormone-intrauterine system (IUS)) are at 20% increased risk of breast cancer than those who do not use them.