Acclaimed Scottish author speaks out on women's wellbeing
The University of Aberdeen will welcome Scottish crime writer Val McDermid to a special event to raise money in support of women's health.
Could your unborn child help scientists to improve the health of the future population?
Babies that aren't even born yet could help Aberdeen scientists to improve the health of future generations.
WW1 voices to be brought to life by leading actor and singer in Aberdeen
The voices of soldiers, doctors, nurses and ordinary people affected by the First World War will be brought to life at a free event featuring actor and director John Bett and acclaimed singer, songwriter and broadcaster Fiona Kennedy.
University secures three new Athena SWAN Awards
The University of Aberdeen is delighted to announce that another three of its departments have received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
Aberdeen's Medical Physics expertise creates family ties
Elina Stamatelatou says the decision to move from Greece to study Medical Physics at the University of Aberdeen was an easy one for the simple reason that Aberdeen has an established reputation for excellence in the field.
New dating of Pictish sites reveals early origins of written communication in northern Britain
The Picts have long been regarded as a mysterious people, leaving behind little evidence of their presence other than their iconic carved stones.
Overweight or smoking mums cause 'worrying changes' to unborn children's thyroid
Smoking or being overweight during pregnancy causes 'worrying changes' to the development of the unborn baby's thyroids, and could predispose them to disease after birth, according to a new study from the University of Aberdeen.
First appointment to Aberdeen's £4.5million cancer research team
The University of Aberdeen has made its first major appointment as part of its £4.5million campaign to install a world class cancer research team.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
To mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the University has lit King's Chapel and New King's pink throughout October.
Creating a lasting musical remembrance for WW1
Scotland is leading a global initiative to create a new and lasting form of Remembrance which will see musicians around the world join together to play new music dedicated to peace on Armistice Day.
University team embark on major heart disease study in South Asia
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen are embarking on a major study to determine how exposure to toxic metals might contribute to high rates of heart disease in South Asia.
Long term effects of targeted drugs on people with psoriatic arthritis focus of new study
A large UK-wide study examining the impact of targeted drugs on the painful and debilitating condition of psoriatic arthritis, is officially launched today - World Arthritis Day.
University athletes honoured at Aberdeen Sports Awards
Students, alumni, and athletes with links to the University of Aberdeen's performance sports programmes picked up a clutch of awards at last night's Aberdeen Sports Awards, held at the AECC.
Aberdeen named as partner in major Mexican energy project
The University of Aberdeen has been named alongside Robert Gordon University (RGU) as among only four European institutions to be chosen to work with Mexican universities to address the future needs of the country's energy sector.
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