Major Aberdeen FC shareholder gifts over £270,000 to widen access to higher education
Expat Aberdonian businessman Dave Cormack and his family have donated over £270,000 to set up a new scholarship programme to enable students from widening access backgrounds study at the University of Aberdeen.
Leading actor and renowned singer to join Great War Centenary Remembered
Tickets have been released for a special commemorative event at the University of Aberdeen to mark the end of the First World War, in a week when the institution marks the anniversary of the tragic loss of the majority of its own battalion, U-Company.
Aberdeen rises 27 places into top 160 global universities
The University of Aberdeen has climbed 27 places to make it into the world's top 160 universities in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.
Study sounds warning over greenhouse emissions from Arctic rivers
A new study involving scientists from the University of Aberdeen has revealed that river networks bordering the Arctic Circle are responsible for a far higher level of carbon emissions than previously believed.
Newer contraceptive pills linked to reduced ovarian cancer risk in young women
Findings suggest long-lasting protection and provide reassurance for women
Mediterranean-style diet may lower women's stroke risk
Following a Mediterranean-style diet reduced stroke risk in women over 40, but not in men.
A change in approach to tackling Alzheimer's
OPINION :: On World Alzheimer's Day, Professor Alison Murray speaks about a change in direction for Alzheimer's research and Aberdeen's role in tackling the disease.
University of Aberdeen named Scottish University of the Year
The University of Aberdeen has been named Scottish University of the Year in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
Duchess of Rothesay to join launch of a new composition to mark WW1 centenary
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay, Chancellor of The University of Aberdeen, will join the premiere of a new work by renowned composer and University of Aberdeen professor, Paul Mealor.
New work by father and son composers premieres on same day
Father and son composers from the University of Aberdeen will both hear their new work performed for the first time on Saturday.
Forget about it: Psychologists explore how it feels to be forgotten
Being forgotten by our acquaintances can affect self-esteem in the same way as being rejected
University appoints new Senior Vice-Principal
The University of Aberdeen has announced the appointment of Professor Karl Leydecker as its new Senior Vice-Principal early next year.
Staying Together? Experts gather in Aberdeen to discuss crisis and survival in political unions
Fierce debate surrounds independence for both Scotland and Catalonia and experts will gather at the University of Aberdeen next week to discuss crisis and survival in political unions in historical perspective.
Aberdeen academic named as finalist in 2018 Converge Challenge
A University scientist has been announced as a finalist in the 2018 Converge Challenge for her life science business, mycoBiologics.
Inventor of first full body MRI machine passes away
The University of Aberdeen academic who invented the world's first full body MRI scanner has passed away at the age of 77, it has been announced.
University shortlisted for research excellence award
The University of Aberdeen has been shortlisted for a prestigious award in recognition of its excellence in research, in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
Distance students enjoy time at Old Aberdeen campus
Three distance learning PhD students from Malawi spent time experiencing student life at the University of Aberdeen last week, as part of a unique partnership between the University and Zomba Theological College.
Early warning tests for women's heart disease
Tests that 'red flag' the early signs of heart disease in women who had high blood pressure during pregnancy could be developed following a new project by the University of Aberdeen.
Welcome week party on the pitches for students
Students at the University of Aberdeen will get a sample of what life on campus is like at Party on the Pitches this week.
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