University announces £100,000 fund to strengthen European links
The University of Aberdeen has announced a new £100,000 fund to help to maintain and strengthen its European research links.
Fish quota allocations out of date
In the European Union, the share of the catch - or fish quotas - as they are better known, are based on where - and how much - fishermen were catching almost 50 years ago, back in the 1970s. However, many fish populations have since moved, due to warming...
Aberdeen graduate creates 'Sound of the North-east'
The work of a University of Aberdeen graduate has been selected as the 'Sound of the North-east'.
Male breast cancer in Scotland at record 25 year high
The number of men living in Scotland who have received a breast cancer diagnosis has risen continuously for the last 25 years and in 2017 reached 1.3 cases per 100,000 men.
European fish stocks on the move
Many European fish populations are on the move due to warming oceans and increasing numbers, according to new research from an international team of scientists led by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea and the University of Aberdeen.
Study suggests activism and civil disobedience are helping communicate the science of climate change
A group of the world's top climate change biologists, including Professor Pete Smith from the University of Aberdeen, have published an editorial highlighting how global movements of civil disobedience focused on climate change are playing an important role in increasing public awareness and engagement with issues of climate change.
University in new partnership bringing strategic insight to North-East businesses
The University of Aberdeen Business School and Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce have announced a partnership on the School's 2020 programme of business breakfasts.
Elphinstone Institute celebrates 25 years of taking the lead on North-East culture and traditions
An institute set up to promote and celebrate the culture of the North-East will mark its 25th anniversary on Thursday with an event showcasing the best of the region's creative talent.
New report outlines potential yield challenges to scale-up of Zero Budget Natural Farming in India
A new report published in Nature Sustainability this week examines the potential impacts on food production of Zero Budget Natural Farming, a farming system that is sweeping India.
The Nazi whistle blower ignored by the Allies
On the 50th anniversary of the death of Hitler's former personal adjutant, a leading historian has called for his place in the history books to be reconsidered after uncovering a wealth of evidence which reveals his efforts to blow the whistle on the Nazis and to pass key information to...
University honours Princess Royal at graduation ceremony
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay will confer an honorary degree on Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal at a prestigious graduation ceremony taking place today at the University of Aberdeen.
Food habits are influenced by childhood experience - but changing circumstance also key
There is a widespread perception that the eating habits we acquire during childhood remain with us through adulthood and are resistant to change. However, studies reveal that they can change.
Clinical trial gives hope for families with Huntington's disease
One of the first people in Scotland to take part in a new clinical trial for Huntington's Disease says the programme gives him hope for the future.
Scottish rocks prove 'boring billion' wasn't so boring after all...
Scottish rocks have provided evidence that suggests the possibility of a previously unknown ice age during the planet's evolution.
New treatment hope for those affected by muscle loss
New research from the University of Aberdeen has identified the genes responsible for muscle mass
Donation to provide new home for next phase of new MRI technology
The next generation of MRI scanning technology will take a major step forward thanks to a generous £600,000 donation from a charity founded by a family with long established links to the University of Aberdeen.
Big birthday celebrations planned for the University of Aberdeen in 2020
2020 will be a big year for the University of Aberdeen as it celebrates its 525th birthday and sets out a strategy which will shape its development for the next two decades.
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