Gaelic choir perform concert
University staff and students are among members of Aberdeen's Gaelic Choir (Còisir Gàidhlig Obar Dheathain) performing in a free concert on Thursday April 6 in the beautiful Cowdray hall next to the Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Scientist receives more than 500K to make clinical trials more patient focused
A clinical trials scientist from the University of Aberdeen has been awarded a prestigious New Investigator Research Grant worth more than half a million pounds to lead a new project looking at improving clinical trials by making them more patient focused.
Leading academic appointed to national AI role
A leading academic from the University of Aberdeen has been appointed to a prestigious role helping to deliver Scotland's national artificial intelligence (AI) strategy.
Exhibition to explore North-East's legacies of slavery
A new exhibition exploring the North-East's links to the slave trade will open at the University of Aberdeen.
University success in Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards
The University of Aberdeen has won two awards at this year's Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards, which celebrate high-impact collaborations between academia, business, and policymakers.
Aberdeen academics elected to Royal Society of Edinburgh
Four academics from the University of Aberdeen, including Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor George Boyne, have been elected to become Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
Landmark agreement strengthening Scotland-Arctic relations signed in Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen hosted the signing of a landmark document that will strengthen long term Scotland-Arctic mutual collaboration, with the establishment of a University of the Arctic (UArctic) Regional Centre operated by the Scottish Arctic Network (ScAN).
Aberdeen alumnus receives prestigious Science and Sustainability Award
A University of Aberdeen graduate has received a prestigious award at the British Council Study UK Alumni Awards 2022-23 in Saudi Arabia.
Research reveals Orkney cancer gene link - now testing to take place
One in 100 people who have grandparents from Orkney have a gene variant that causes a higher risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer, a study has found.
University takes the main title in Aberdeen Boat Race 2023
The University of Aberdeen has won this year's Aberdeen Boat Race which took place on the River Dee on Saturday (March 11)
2023 Toulmin Prize open for entries
A long-running prize celebrating new Doric writing is open for entries.
UK clinical trial for potential new endometriosis treatment offers hope to millions of women
Researchers in England and Scotland have been awarded nearly £250,000 by Wellbeing of Women and the Scottish Government to investigate if a drug called dichloroacetate is an effective treatment for endometriosis If successful, the drug could be the first ever non-hormonal and non-surgical treatment for endometriosis – and the first new...
University of Aberdeen welcomes third Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence
A leading entrepreneur has joined the University of Aberdeen as part of a scheme designed to boost industrial links and inspire staff and students to become successful entrepreneurs.
Lost at sea for two years - dolphin equipment returned
Equipment used to monitor dolphins in the Moray Firth by the University's Cromarty Lighthouse Field Station has been returned to the team after a two year and 300 mile journey.
Leverhulme lectures to explore ideas from the Chinese tradition
Ideas from Chinese philosophy will be explored in the 2023 Leverhulme Lectures at the University of Aberdeen.
University of Aberdeen partner in research on the future supply of health and social care
Dr Diane Skåtun, Senior Research Fellow from the Health Economics Research Unit (HERU) at the University of Aberdeen, has been selected by the Health Foundation to be part of its new REAL Research Units programme.
Health and geology experts work together in 250k project to improve early detection of oral cancer
University of Aberdeen experts across the institutes of Dentistry, Medical Sciences and The School of Geosciences will work together to improve the ability to detect malignant changes in precancerous lesions which can develop into oral cancer in a £250k project.
Major European programme will support research and innovation towards safer, sustainable chemicals
The University of Aberdeen has joined a major European research and innovation programme to develop next-generation chemical risk assessment, incorporating both human health and the environment in a 'One Health' approach.
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