North-east Town Celebrates Life of Doric War Poet
A North-east writer, whose poems written in the Doric are considered among the finest war poetry capturing the grief and loss of the Great War, will be commemorated at an event in Dufftown later today (Monday, May 27).
100 day countdown for new International Study Centre
In 100 days the first cohort of students will begin learning in the new International Study Centre (ISC) which helps overseas students to access higher education at the University of Aberdeen.
May Fest '19 Underway!
The University of Aberdeen will welcome thousands of visitors this weekend to the seventh annual May Festival.
Aberdeen's famous bestiary helps bring prestigious Getty exhibition to life
The Aberdeen Bestiary, one of the most beautiful examples of its kind in the world, has left the UK for the first time since its creation more than 800 years ago to take centre stage at an exhibition in Los Angeles.
University research celebrated at Going Global conference
Pan-European research collaborations involving the University of Aberdeen were highlighted as part of a conference held in Germany to celebrate partnerships between UK and German universities.
A berry healthy heart study: How do berries help the heart?
Overweight men are being invited to take part in a 'berry' exciting new nutritional study, which may help find ways to decrease the risk of developing heart disease in healthy populations.
Aberdeen premier for renowned composer's first requiem
The Aberdeen premiere of the first requiem by renowned royal composer and University of Aberdeen professor, Paul Mealor, will take place at St Machar's Cathedral on Saturday May 25.
Popular WORD theme returns to May Fest
Literature fans are in for a treat at this year's May Festival, which has many 'Word' events on offer.
Understanding molecular biology? There's an app for that!
The same technology used in Pokémon Go and Snapchat filters is now being used by a University of Aberdeen lecturer to explain fundamental biological processes.
F-ant-astic bugs lead the way in development of new ant-ibiotics
The secret life of some species of ant, which may hold the key to addressing the growing problem of antibiotic resistance, will be uncovered at the University of Aberdeen's May Festival later this month.
Cricket stars at University of Aberdeen ahead of Sri Lanka clash
Scotland cricket stars Matt Cross, Calum McLeod and head coach Shane Burger were at the University of Aberdeen ahead of this weekend's first One Day International against Sri Lanka.
Stan & Ollie director to take centre stage at May Fest
The North-east-born director of Stan & Ollie, one of the most acclaimed films of 2018, will re-visit his old stomping ground when he takes part in the University of Aberdeen's May Fest next week (Friday, May 24).
Multi-million pound regeneration ahead for King's College campus
Transformational plans to further enhance teaching and learning spaces and support projected growth in student numbers are being progressed by the University of Aberdeen.
Renowned documentary filmmaker Ruth Beckermann at University's May Festival
Renowned Austrian filmmaker Ruth Beckermann will be coming to the University of Aberdeen's May Festival for a film screening, followed by a Q&A, of her latest award-winning and critically-acclaimed film The Waldheim Waltz.
Every School at University now holds Athena SWAN Bronze Awards
The University of Aberdeen's commitment to advancing gender equality has been underlined with confirmation that every individual School now holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
Damselflies should choose their friends wisely, in order to cope with the cold Scottish climate
Damselflies are more likely to be able to withstand the cold Scottish climate if they are part of the 'right social group', according to scientists from the University of Aberdeen.
Healthy women volunteers invited to help develop next generation MRI scanner
Women from Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are being sought to help in the testing and calibration of a new type of MRI scanner, which may provide doctors with more reliable information about breast disease.
Women no more likely to have stillbirth just because their mother had one
Women are no more likely to have a stillbirth just because their mother may have had one, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen named in UK Top 30 in latest Complete University Guide rankings
The University of Aberdeen has been named within the top 30 universities in the UK according to the Complete University Guide 2020 rankings.
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