Mummified CAT scan: New technologies and ancient objects
A mummified, ancient, Egyptian cat is among a host of artefacts from the University of Aberdeen museums' collections that have been captured using 3D imaging software so they can be shared around the world.
New investment for sight-saving drug University spin out
A company which develops sight-saving drugs, spun out from research at the University of Aberdeen, has secured £1.2m in investment to develop its technology.
Principal calls for post-Brexit clarity for UK Higher Education
Statement from Professor Sir Ian Diamond, University of Aberdeen Principal.
Student entrepreneur scoops £30,000 to support doctors treating hospital-acquired superbug
A University of Aberdeen student who started his own 'socially conscious' biotechnology firm whilst training to become a doctor has won £30,000 to support the development of his company.
University students present research in Parliament
Two University of Aberdeen students have presented their research at the British Parliament in London.
Get involved and help researchers find out which plants bumblebees like
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen will be on hand this week to show people how a new interactive tool can help us to help bees.
Engineering Professor wins Hans Albert Einstein Award
A leading academic from the University of Aberdeen's School of Engineering has been honoured with a prestigious award in recognition of his work in the field of environmental fluid mechanics.
University to play key role in UN committee
The University of Aberdeen is set to play a key role at a United Nations committee working towards a common set of rules on the use of marine biological resources, such as those used in the development of life-saving antibiotics.
Major exhibition of University treasures opens in Germany
Almost 150 of the University of Aberdeen's internationally important collection of artefacts from ancient Egypt will take centre stage in a major new exhibition 'PHARAOH: living in ancient Egypt' at the Lokschuppen Exhibition Centre in Rosenheim, Germany
Women who take the pill protected from some cancers for up to thirty years
Women who have taken the oral contraceptive pill are protected from some types of cancer for as long as thirty years according to new research from The University of Aberdeen.
Student surfer clinches historic victory in Norway
A University student has been hailed as achieving Scotland's greatest ever surfing victory after winning the Nordic Surf Games.
Research into alleged 'birth defects drug' makes headlines
Research by a University of Aberdeen team into a drug used as a hormone pregnancy test in the 1970s features in a new hour long Sky News documentary that will be screened for MPs at Westminster.
Energy law at Aberdeen ranked top three in world
The University of Aberdeen Law School has been named in the top three in the world for energy law by a top guide.
Medical student praised by emergency services following car crash
A University of Aberdeen medical student has been praised by fire and police services for rushing to the aid of victims of a car crash.
Drury to do his duty for Scotland after cross country win
A University of Aberdeen student is set to represent his country after running the race of his life at the Scottish Under-20 Cross Country Championships.
Pioneering scientist recognised for a 'life in colour'
A University of Aberdeen scientist who made huge advances in molecular physics, laid the foundations for many of today's communications technologies and presented the first colour photograph to the world will be recognised by the City.
Climate change experts to meet in Aberdeen to discuss issue of 'alternative' facts
University of Aberdeen professors, Pete Smith and Jo Smith, will host a meeting and panel discussion this week (Saturday, March 18) looking at how evidence is used in making decisions about climate change.
New funding to unlock the history of Aberdeen's 'lost' grammar school
Archaeologists are aiming to uncover a lost piece of Aberdeen's architectural heritage - with help from National Lottery players, members of the public and school children.
Aberdeen student takes his research to Parliament
Jim Reilly, 49, a PhD Student at the University of Aberdeen, hailing from Doncaster, is attending Parliament to present his bioscience research to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of STEM for BRITAIN on Monday 13 March.
Dementia research in the spotlight
Advances in dementia research will be up for discussion in the latest Café Med event this Monday 13 March.
Nursery school science classes are 'magic'
A programme of inspiring science classes for nursery school children delivered by a University of Aberdeen academic have been warmly received.
University to mark International Women's Day
The University of Aberdeen will mark International Women's Day with an annual conference, set to inspire and celebrate women on Wednesday 8 March.
University of Aberdeen triumphs at 22nd Aberdeen Boat Race
The University of Aberdeen rowed to victory today (Saturday, March 4) at the 22nd annual Aberdeen Boat Race.
Trial finds huge success in HIV treatment
Researchers have been successful in increasing HIV treatment success rates by almost 18 percent.
Ketamine no 'wonder drug' for depression
There is no added benefit to using ketamine over a standard anaesthetic during electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
First LGBT boxing class for north-east Scotland
A new initiative to encourage LGBT people to get involved in boxing has been launched in Aberdeen.
New album and workshop to promote 'dying instrument'
The latest release on the University of Aberdeen's record label, Vox Regis, aims to revive a 'dying instrument'.
Former law student nominated for alumni award
A former University of Aberdeen law student has been shortlisted for a prestigious award which recognises outstanding achievement by those who have graduated from UK universities.
My Heart Will Row On: students channel 'inner Celine Dion' ahead of Aberdeen Boat Race
Rival students in Aberdeen have set aside their differences ahead of one of the city's top sporting events to record a parody of Celine Dion's classic power ballad, "My Heart Will Go On".
Study highlights benefits of enhanced productivity in UK oil and gas sector
An assessment of prospects for oil and gas recovery in the North Sea has highlighted that substantial reserves remain, but that productivity improvements can greatly enhance the area's long term potential.
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