Equal by design
A film exploring how ideas from the past can inform current debate on social housing has been launched online.
Energy event marks Professor Alex Kemp's 50 years at University
Leading figures from the UK oil and gas industry gathered at the University of Aberdeen last week for an event to mark Professor Alex Kemp's 50 years with the University.
£100,000 gift enables new scholarships for Aberdeen students
New scholarships in honour of a leading theologian and former minister of Aberdeen's Beechgrove church will support students in the Granite City.
University offers free study opportunity in Oil and Gas Innovation MSc
The University of Aberdeen is offering students the opportunity to study towards an MSc in Oil and Gas Innovation for free.
Entrepreneurial Scotland's Saltire Scholars take off
Aberdeen students are beginning placements under Scotland's leading internship programme which will take them across the world.
Double success for University start-ups
Two companies formed at the University of Aberdeen have enjoyed success in a national competition for innovative start-up businesses.
EU Referendum - message from the Principal
Following today's announcement that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, I realise that in what is an unsettling and uncertain time there may be some concerns among staff, students, prospective students and alumni.
Gene change that causes Huntington's disease much more common than previously thought
As many as 1 in 400 people have the mutated gene that causes Huntington's disease - far more than previously thought - according to researchers at the University of British Columbia, the University of Aberdeen, and the Coriell Institute for Medical Research.
Aberdeen academics recognised by ZSL for contribution to science and conservation
Two University of Aberdeen Professors were recognised for their outstanding contribution to science and conservation at an award ceremony last night (Tuesday, June 21).
Joy as school pupils graduate from Aberdeen Children's University
More than 70 young people graduated from Aberdeen's Children's University at the second annual graduation ceremony held at the University of Aberdeen's Elphinstone Hall this weekend.
Mouse model suggests possible new link between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease
Drugs used to treat diabetes could also be used to treat Alzheimer's disease, and vice versa, according to new research from the University.
New head scanning ultrasound technology could save soldier lives
Soldiers' lives could be saved or improved by new technology which enables medics to scan for bleeding in the brain using ultrasound.
'Jungle Jess' to visit Aberdeen for National Insect Week
The University of Aberdeen is set to host a busy programme of events and CBeebies star, Jess French, as part on National Insect week, which kicks off on Monday (June 20).
University of Aberdeen launches new employability initiative for graduates
As part of its commitment to support graduates with careers advice for life, the University of Aberdeen has launched a new online initiative to help students stay connected wherever they go in the world.
Special science classes inspire school children
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have been inspiring children with special educational needs to pursue study in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) with a series of specially designed science classes.
Aberdeen University lecturer in award success
A University of Aberdeen lecturer has won an award for having the best research project in the country funded by one of Scotland's most esteemed research charities.
Aberdeen wins bid to host European Researchers Night for next two years
The University of Aberdeen has led a successful European funding bid to host Scotland's European Researchers Night until 2018.
University to present honorary degrees to distinguished individuals at Summer ceremonies
Among those being honoured at the University of Aberdeen's graduations this week are an internationally renowned choral conductor, one of the North-east's most successful businessmen and a Life Peer to the House of Lords.
Survey finds 92 per cent of UK fishermen will vote to leave the EU
A new survey of fishermen across the UK has revealed that more than 90 per cent will vote in favour of Brexit on June 23.
Unique opera set in north-east to be performed by University students
Students from the University of Aberdeen will create a unique new opera this weekend, based on renowned historical material of the early 17th century, never before heard in Aberdeen.
Students awarded Quincentenary Prize for outstanding achievements
A medical student who worked with doctors in a remote field station in The Gambia was among those to receive the University of Aberdeen's top student award.
New funding to preserve north-east music and dance traditions
"The north-east of Scotland has a strong tradition of fiddle music and dance which must not be lost for future generations," says a leading expert in ethnology and folklore.
University wins awards for public engagement
The University of Aberdeen has won two national awards for its efforts in bringing research to the general public.
New exhibitions brings Sunset Song to life
A new student-curated exhibition exploring the local heritage of North East Scotland has opened at the University of Aberdeen's King's Museum.
Staff and students recognised for public engagement with research
Staff and students from across the University have been recognised with awards for their efforts in engaging wider society with their research.
Second volume of popular student-led journal released
A second volume of a popular University of Aberdeen student-led journal has been published providing an opportunity to showcase the research talents of undergraduates.
University showcases energy expertise to Mexican delegation
The University of Aberdeen showcased its expertise in energy teaching and research to a delegation of key figures from Mexico's energy education sector who visited the city recently.
Singing improves speech of people with Parkinson's - but more research needed
There is strong evidence that singing benefits the speech of people with Parkinson's disease, but more research needs to be carried out into the area, according to a review of studies led by researchers at the University of Aberdeen.
International web reasoning event heads to Aberdeen
An international summer school and conference focusing on the development of intelligent web reasoning technologies is heading to Aberdeen, following a successful bid by a University academic working at the forefront of research in the area.
University's 'hidden treasures' showcased in new book
A newly published book will highlight some of the University of Aberdeen's 'hidden treasures' that are part of one of the University's Library's most significant collections of books gifted to the institution more than 400 years ago.
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