Aberdeen scientist in major materials research breakthrough
Scientists working on the development of a new material that could one day be used in the construction of anything from spacecraft to prosthetic limbs have made a major breakthrough in their research.
Aberdeen student springs to success in trampoline competition
A University of Aberdeen student has a spring in her step after achieving her best ever competitive trampolining performance at the recent Scottish Student Trampoline Open (SSTO).
Collaborative health research to tackle 'invisible deaths'
Recording more details about the lives and deaths of some of the world's poorest people and communities, and using this information to work in partnership with policy makers to improve healthcare services is the focus of a new £700k, five year project by a University of Aberdeen researcher.
Universities form strategic alliance to help solve global issues
The University of Aberdeen and Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia have formed a global alliance to deliver high-impact research and innovative teaching programmes.
Energy 'star of the future' is youngest speaker at major conference
A University of Aberdeen student was the youngest person to deliver a presentation at a major global energy conference in Egypt.
Crews Unveiled for 22nd Aberdeen Boat Race
After months of secrecy and planning, the final crews are announced today (Tuesday, 21 February) for the 22nd annual Aberdeen Boat Race, on Saturday March 4.
Aberdeen academic to discuss most environmentally friendly way to decommission the North Sea
What is the most environmentally friendly way to decommission the North Sea? This is the question that will be tackled at the next installment of the University of Aberdeen's Café Scientifique series this week (Wednesday, February 22).
Study signals new hope for Rockall oil and gas exploration
A geological analysis of the Rockall area of the North Atlantic has revealed previously unknown insights that could lead to new oil and gas discoveries in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).
The history and future of the 3D 'you and me'
How anatomy is taught in the 21st century is the topic up for discussion at the latest Café Med event this Monday February 20th.
Six Aberdeen academics named as Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellows
Six University of Aberdeen academics and the University's Senior Governor are among 59 distinguished individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
Conference success for Aberdeen PhD students
Three PhD students from the University of Aberdeen's School of Biological Sciences have been recognised for their presentations at the recent British Ecological Society Conference, which was held in Liverpool in December.
Medical student wins top Jiu Jitsu competition
An Aberdeen medical student has won gold in the most prestigious Brazilian Jiu Jitsu championship ever held in Scotland.
Law students win National Client Consultation Competition
University of Aberdeen Law Diploma students Jennifer Baird and Euan Thompson are set to represent Scotland on the international stage after winning the Scottish Client Consultation Competition.
Banned chemicals from the 70s found in the deepest reaches of the ocean
A study, from the University of Aberdeen and Newcastle University has uncovered the first evidence that man-made pollutants have now reached the farthest corners of our earth.
This Valentine's Day try a new language of love
With Valentine's Day fast approaching, why not ditch the clichés and look to a different language of love?
Don't believe the hype! - Should we use product reviews?
Research from the University of Aberdeen suggests that product reviews posted on shopping sites like Amazon do not provide an accurate reflection of the actual benefit of the product.
Asthma 'trigger' sought by scientists
Scientists are to investigate what triggers asthma in preschool children.
Aberdeen athletes on track for Gold Coast 2018
Two University of Aberdeen students with ambitions to compete in next year's Commonwealth Games have been given a boost to their hopes after being selected for the Scottish Athletics Supported Athletes' squad.
Scotland's top Formula Student team is 'Nexen' line for success
Team Aberdeen University Racing (TAU Racing) is celebrating a new sponsorship deal as they showcase Scotland's number one Formula Student car at Subsea Expo today.
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