Aberdeen researcher questions sustainability of North Sea incentive scheme
With the 26th Seaward Licensing Round announced yesterday (Thursday January 28), a University of Aberdeen researcher has questioned the sustainability of the successful Fallow Initiative system.
Scottish Cup comes to Aberdeen Sports Village
Football fans of all ages will have the opportunity to get their hands on the Scottish Cup when the ‘Road to Hampden’ Trophy Tour comes to Aberdeen on Saturday.
Cabinet Secretary opens new multi-million marine lab
A £4.4M new facility which will help secure Scotland’s future as a world leader in marine research is officially opened today (Tuesday January 26) by the Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead MSP.
Causes of genocide considered as Aberdeen remembers the Holocaust
A University of Aberdeen scholar will examine the causes of genocide as Aberdeen marks Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27.
Aberdeen nurse takes over key fertility post
A former Aberdeen midwife has become the first nurse to be appointed secretary to the British Fertility Society.
Straw artist shares her journey from the cornfield to catwalk
Renowned north-east artist Elaine Lindsay will share her journey from the cornfield to the catwalk with an audience in Aberdeen.
New innovative imaging kit launched by Susan Hampshire
Stage and screen actress Susan Hampshire OBE - patron of the National Osteoporosis Society - will today officially launch a new digital x-ray suite boasting equipment that is the first of its kind in the world.
First Minister opens Aberdeen Dental School
First Minister Alex Salmond and Public Health Minister Shona Robison have officially opened Scotland’s newest dental school today.
Chinese studies in the spotlight as scholars from the country visit North-east
Leading scholars from a Chinese university will see first hand how children in the north-east are learning about the language and culture of their country in a visit to Moray.
Deepsea discoveries that are advancing science highlighted at free public talk
How natural resources buried in the depths of our oceans are being used in pioneering scientific developments will be highlighted at a free public event this week.
Research discussed into disease that affects millions
Groundbreaking research into a disease that affects around eight million people across the UK will be outlined to the public next week.
Kids needed for new diet and activity study
Researchers require families to road test their new web based tool which monitors children’s diet and physical activity levels.
Recognition for Real Estate experts
University of Aberdeen academics have been recognised for their contribution to Real Estate research over the past three decades and especially since 2000.
New project opens up historic collections to worldwide audience
A project to open up Scotland’s important museum collections to a worldwide audience through the internet has been launched.
University delegation to strengthen links with Canada
A delegation from the University of Aberdeen’s College of Physical Sciences will travel to Canada this week, in a visit which will further strengthen the institution’s academic and industrial links within North America.
Funding to tackle infections, which kill tens of thousands of women every year
Every year an estimated half a million women die in childbirth - mainly from haemorrhage, infection and unsafe abortion.
Smokers sought for air quality study
Researchers in Aberdeen are seeking smokers for a study examining air quality within the home.
MBE for technician whose Christmas display helps children’s charities
Congratulations go to retired University of Aberdeen technician Eddie Stevenson who was made an MBE in the New Year's Honours.
Popular public science series extends its programme
A free public science series will return this month with an extended programme of events.
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