Governments hail progress on transformational Aberdeen BioHub
£40m project will make Aberdeen "one of the UK's most dynamic life sciences locations"
Planetary scientists discover that Venus's clouds cannot support life
Life is not possible in Venus's clouds, according to research by an international team including scientists at the University of Aberdeen.
University of Aberdeen tackles 'UK's most dangerous industry'
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen have teamed up with industry partners, KURA Human Factors to develop a training course designed specifically for farmers.
Scientists develop state-of-the-art subsea holographic camera
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have developed one of the most advanced subsea holographic cameras in the world, capable of rapid 3D imaging of marine organisms and microparticles.
University Foodsharing Service cooking up support
An Aberdeen student group which supported the community through lockdown by delivering thousands of kilograms of food is now helping people learn to cook healthy meals.
University wins top award for development of ambitious strategy
The University of Aberdeen has won a national award in recognition of its development of an ambitious vision for the future of the institution.
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Plans to revitalise historic centre of campus approved
Plans to revitalise the historic core of the University of Aberdeen's King's College campus have been given the go-ahead by Aberdeen City Council.
North East Scotland's colonial past under spotlight
The actions and legacies of those who left Scotland and travelled to the colonies of the British Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries will be discussed at a two-day online conference next week.
Scientists develop 'game-changing' antibody test
Antibody tests that can detect whether people have been exposed to new variants of Covid-19 have been developed by the University of Aberdeen, in collaboration with biotechnology group Vertebrate Antibodies Ltd and NHS Grampian.
Brainfood: Researchers find brain area associated with protein cravings
New research from scientists at the Universities of Aberdeen, Leicester and UiT, The Arctic University of Norway, has identified an area of the brain that may drive cravings for protein-rich food.
University of Aberdeen rises in QS World University rankings
The University of Aberdeen has risen in the 2022 edition of the QS World University Rankings, recording significant improvement in the areas of International Students and Employer Reputation.
University appoints new Director of the Rowett Institute
The University of Aberdeen has appointed Professor Julian Griffin as the new Director of the Rowett Institute.
University celebrates world premiere of Song of the Ocean on World Ocean Day 2021
A song which aims to raise awareness of the importance of the ocean and highlight the major issues of declining ocean health, will receive its world premiere tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 June) to mark World Ocean Day 2021.
Covid vaccine linked to low platelet count, nationwide study suggests
A condition that affects the blood, known as idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), may be associated with the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in rare cases, research suggests.
Landmark study puts cost of windfarm development in the picture
A landmark study has found that excluding windfarm development in Great Britain's most scenic areas results in 18% less renewable electricity generation potential and up to 26% higher costs for operators.
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Aberdeen researchers to support UK greenhouse gas removal projects
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are supporting three of five interdisciplinary projects funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.
Weevil Side Story: Big giraffe weevils bring bad news for their rivals
Scientists have found that for a little-studied insect, the New Zealand giraffe weevil, being bigger is definitely an advantage in the evolution stakes.
£1million project to bring Walter Scott's poetry to new audiences
A million-pound project will enable the publication of a complete edition of Walter Scott's poetry and help to make it accessible to new audiences.
Lord Provost of Aberdeen discusses research in University podcast
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Barney Crockett, will feature as a guest on a special episode of the University of Aberdeen's Café Connect podcast series, to discuss his research into the Kindertransports which brought Jewish children to Britain in the 1930s, some of whom came to Aberdeen.
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