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Aberdeen team among UK top 20 in Royal Academy of Engineering competition
Engineering students from the University of Aberdeen are among the top 20 teams in the UK aiming to reach the final of the Royal Academy of Engineering's Global Grand Challenge student competition.
Middle East expert appointed to prestigious governing council role
A leading academic from the University's Department of Politics and International Relations has been elected to the governing council of British Society for Middle East Studies (BRISMES).
Liquid crystal chemist success
Congratulations to Dr Rebecca Walker, current PhD Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen who was awarded the best oral presentation by a young researcher at the British Liquid Crystal Society annual meeting at the University of Leeds.
Chemist wins GW Gray Medal
Professor Corrie Imrie of the Department of Chemistry has been awarded the prestigious G.W. Gray Medal of the British Liquid Crystal Society.
Success for Biological Sciences students at annual conference
Two students from the University of Aberdeen's School of Biological Sciences enjoyed success at a recent conference.
Government Minister to speak at University Climate Change event
The Minister for Rural Affairs and Natural Environment, Mairi Gougeon MSP, will speak at a climate change event at the University of Aberdeen this week (Thursday, March 21).
Professor Locock made Fellow
Professor Louise Locock from HSRU has been made Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS), it has been announced.
Prise Winning Performance for Eilidh, as she aims for 2020 Olympic spot
University Pentathlete Eilidh Prise scooped an individual silver medal at this year's BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) Modern Pentathlon championships, held earlier this month in Reading.
Local MP gives insight into life after graduation at careers event
Kirsty Blackman, MP for Aberdeen North, was among a panel of speakers invited to share her experience of life after graduation at a careers event at the University last week.
Father of Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala delivers 'inspiring' speech to students
The father of the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban for campaigning for the right of girls to be educated, spoke about his experiences of his daughter's struggle in a recent visit to the University of Aberdeen.
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