Failing government policy behind the looming crisis in Scotland's senior housing sector
Urgent public and private intervention is essential if Scotland is to avoid an elderly housing crisis, according to new research.
Trio of inspiring speakers for annual conference
Ahead of our International Women's Day conference next week, (Wednesday, March 8), we're taking a look at the line up of inspiring speakers who will join us on campus.
Gaps identified in male breast cancer management and treatment
A comprehensive review of all scientific research into male breast cancer over the past 20 years has identified major differences between the male and female conditions which could have major implications for both treatment and screening
North East's cultural future under spotlight as universities co-host Cultural Summit
The University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University have come together to co-host Aberdeen's inaugural Cultural Summit to explore cultural provision in the North East.
Scientists 'make sense' of best way to learn new skills
If learning a new language or honing a new skill is one of your goals for 2023, scientists at the University of Aberdeen and the Technische Universität Dresden in Germany have done the hard part and uncovered why using multiple senses could be the key to learning something new.
New Fellowships for scholars and students in danger
Two At-Risk Fellowships have been launched by the University of Aberdeen to help students and scholars caught up in conflict across the world.
Coronation honour for University composer
University of Aberdeen composer, Professor Paul Mealor, has been selected to write music for the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.
University in running for national knowledge exchange awards
The University of Aberdeen is in the running for two awards at the upcoming Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards, which celebrate high-impact collaborations between academia, business, and policymakers.
New year health-kick losing momentum? Scientists find key to curb the cravings
Psychologists from the University of Aberdeen have identified a key factor that can make healthy food more appealing and may help curb cravings for calorific snacks.
Quick and easy ready meals not the best for us - or the planet
A new study from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute has found that ready meals are not only not as nutritious as home cooked meals, but also have a higher carbon footprint.
Pharmacists based within care homes make them safer for residents, research shows
Basing pharmacies in care homes makes them safer for residents, a study has shown.
University scientists awarded funding for international research partnerships
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen have been awarded a share of £144,000 in funding for international collaborations aimed at promoting green economic growth and improving cancer treatment, among other benefits.
Annual Aberdeen Boat Race promises to be city classic
Excitement is building for this year's Aberdeen Boat Race as the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University (RGU) prepare to go head-to-head on Saturday 11 March.
North of Scotland to welcome record number of medical students in 2023
The University of Aberdeen along with NHS Grampian and NHS Highland will welcome almost 300 undergraduate medicine students in September 2023.
Aberdeen scientists in major European marine microbiome project
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen who are working to develop life-saving antibiotics using ocean resources are taking part in a major European research project which aims to harness the full potential of the marine microbiome.
Major new study aims to increase understanding of fatigue
Innovative research using AI led by the University of Aberdeen aims to find better ways of managing and treating fatigue.
Family donate £8k to gastroesophageal cancer research
The family of a local man who died of oesophageal cancer have donated almost £8,000 for vital medical research at the University of Aberdeen.
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