Inspirational young people shine at University graduation
It was smiles all round last weekend as more than 70 young people graduated from Aberdeen's Children's University.
Programme launched for international festival of traditional music as it returns to Aberdeen
An international music festival which has become a cornerstone in the traditional arts calendar across Europe and America will return to the north-east this summer.
Engineering student Olga stars in new video with Black Panther star
An engineering student has starred in a new video featuring Marvel's Black Panther actor Letitia Wright, that aims to change perceptions about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Self-guided tour to feed city's appetite for the past
Those with an appetite for Aberdeen's past can now explore how the diet of its inhabitants has changed over the centuries with the launch of the Hungry Histories Trail.
University Chaplain elected to prestigious Chair role
University of Aberdeen Chaplain, Reverend David Hutchison, has been elected as Chair of the Conference of European University Chaplains (CEUC).
Back to the classroom for teaching graduate Julie!
As a mum of two and a full-time carer to her disabled daughter, Julie Mortimer has overcome significant challenges to fulfil her ambition of becoming a primary school teacher.
New home for popular science series
A popular free science discussion series has a new home in one of Aberdeen's busiest shopping centres.
Aberdeen academic receives prestigious award from American Diabetes Association
Professor Lora Heisler from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute is the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award (OSAA) from the American Diabetes Association.
Track star Christian goes the extra mile to graduate
Making the most of his time at university has been a guiding principle for Christian Hristov, who graduates with an MA in Economics from the University of Aberdeen.
Marriage may protect against heart disease or stroke and associated risk of death
A global study led by Keele University in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen has found that marriage may protect against the development of heart disease and stroke as well as influencing who is more likely to die of it - with single, divorced, and widowed at heightened risk.
Honorary graduates celebrated
A world renowned conductor, the first Aberdeen and North East Makar, and the Director of one of the biggest research-funding trusts in the UK will be honoured by the University of Aberdeen during its graduations week.
Top marks for Roberta despite loss
When Roberta Garau told her friends that she was swapping life on the sunny island of Sardinia in the middle of the Mediterranean for the changeable (and that's being generous) climate of the North East of Scotland, her friends thought she was crazy.
Cancer research cycle adventure raises more than £25k
A team of cyclists from the University of Aberdeen have completed the North Coast 500, raising more than £25,000 to support cancer research in the process.
New research reveals British Isles buried under ice sheets from 2.5 million years ago
Breakthrough research has revealed the British Isles were repeatedly submerged under an ice sheet extending to the centre of the North Sea over a million years earlier than previously thought.
New study shows carbon dioxide storage is secure climate mitigation tool
New research shows that captured carbon dioxide can be stored safely for thousands of years by injecting the liquefied gas deep underground into the microscopic pore spaces of common rocks.
Student celebrates repeat success in Chinese Bridge Competition
A sociology student from The University of Aberdeen has taken second place in a national competition that tests the abilities of Chinese language learners.
Financial costs implicated in farmers' risk taking
Farmers are risking personal safety due to financial pressures according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Alumni of the year award for pioneer of disability theology
A University of Aberdeen academic who has championed the study of theology and disability has been recognised as 'alumni of the year' by his alma mater.
Aberdeen awarded extra student medical places
Support for innovative courses to train more GPs and enable existing healthcare professionals to enter medicine.
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