Student's biotech company secures £500,000 financing
A biotechnology company started by a University of Aberdeen medical student and focused on using the body's own micro-organisms to prevent and treat disease has raised £500,000 in funding.
TAU Racing unveil new race car
Engineering students from the University of Aberdeen have used 3D printing technology to help design the race car that will compete in this year's Formula Student competition.
Taste of rural life for medical students to tackle GP shortage
Medical students at the University of Aberdeen have been given a taste of rural life as part of a new drive to address Scotland's rural GP shortage.
New breathing test could help prevent asthma attacks in children
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen will study whether using an asthma breathing test can help prevent asthma attacks in children.
Study finds new link between Omega-fatty acids and bowel cancer
A study by the University of Aberdeen has found that a higher concentration of the molecules that breakdown omega-3 fatty acids is associated with a higher chance of survival from bowel cancer.
Music students play leading role in Gaelic mass
Music students from the University of Aberdeen will play a leading role in a celebration of Gaelic music and language taking place in Aberdeen this weekend.
Newly discovered tunes by local fiddlers' favourite to be revealed in new volume
Four previously unpublished tunes written by popular Aberdeenshire musician James Scott Skinner, will feature in a new book soon to be launched as part of the Silver City Stories festival.
University to showcase research expertise at OCEANS '17
The University of Aberdeen will showcase research which aims to better understand the nature of extreme deep-sea environments at next week's MTS/IEEE OCEANS '17 conference.
Broken hearts don't self-heal
A condition once thought to temporarily cause heart failure in people who experience severe stress might actually cause longer-lasting damage to the heart muscle.
Scientists establish a foot in the door in precision medicine for oesophageal cancer
Scientists at the Universities of Aberdeen and Dundee have established a foot in the door in finding new, precision treatments for patients with oesophageal cancer, one of the hardest forms of the disease to treat.
Record-breaking year for University in scholarship programme
A record-breaking number of students from the University of Aberdeen have been selected for this year's Saltire Scholar Internship Programme.
Report highlights earning potential for Aberdeen graduates
Engineering, teaching and law graduates from the University of Aberdeen can expect to earn significantly more than the sector average for their profession, according to UK Government figures.
Olympians among inspirational figures honoured at summer graduations
Britain's most successful female Olympian and a former FA and PFA Women's Player of the Year are among those who will be honoured at next week's summer graduations at the University of Aberdeen.
Scientists discover 'hidden' structures within the brain
Neuroscientists have discovered previously unknown geometric structures within the brain that could potentially explain how we remember things and perform intricate tasks.
European grant to examine effects of zinc and copper on ageing process
Scientists have received funding to investigate the role of zinc and copper on ageing.
Scientists recommend drones for pipeline monitoring
The use of aerial drones to monitor oil and gas pipelines could bring significant benefits to operators, according to research carried out by scientists at the University of Aberdeen.
Unfussy bottom feeders show resilience to climate change
A study by scientists at the University of Aberdeen has found that invertebrate life in the deep Arctic Ocean is more resilient to the effects of climate change than previously thought.
New healthcare education centre officially opened
Identifying and solving problems with healthcare training and provision is one of the focuses of a new research group at the University of Aberdeen.
Cigarette damage to unborn children revealed in stem cell study
Chemicals found in cigarette smoke have been shown to damage foetal liver cells.
Aberdeen scientists need your help to track the spread of New Zealand Flatworms
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen need members of the public to help them to better understand how far the New Zealand Flatworm has spread and what effect this species is having on the local environment.
New prostate cancer checklist to help patients weigh up treatment options
Prostate cancer patients and doctors could get much-needed guidance on treatment options and their consequences thanks to a new 'checklist' developed by the University of Aberdeen.
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