First look (and taste!) of new healthy recipes at May Festival
A new recipe book packed full of healthy and sustainable meal ideas will be launched at this year's May Festival.
Inspiring young minds at the May Festival
School pupils will be learning about our genetic code using Lego, considering whether we can really trust 'connected technology' and exploring how we can save our oceans at this year's May Festival.
Playing games to address conservation conflicts
New study looks at how playing games can help us understand conflict
Aberdeen academic receives prestigious prize at Scotland's Life Sciences awards
Founder of Elasmogen named winner of Rising Stars: Extraordinary Talent award.
University academics inducted into Royal Society of Edinburgh
Two leading academics from the University of Aberdeen were inducted into the Royal Society of Edinburgh at a ceremony that took place in the Capital this week.
Anne takes on cycle challenge after loss of sister
Local TV reporter, Anne Smith, battled cancer herself and lost her sister to it - now she's taking part in the University's NC500 effort to raise money for a new research team.
University of Aberdeen unveils new Bloomberg finance lab
Wall Street is set to come to the classroom as the University of Aberdeen Business School announces the arrival of a new Bloomberg finance lab, used by the world's leading financial decision-makers.
University student vying to become Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year
A University of Aberdeen student is in the running to be named Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year.
May Festival event explores whether robots know themselves
Is it possible for computers to become self-aware? Is 'Alexa' one day going to have the ability to manage your entire life?
University museums share in £1.2m of new funding
The University of Aberdeen's museums have shared in £1.2million of annual funding to be managed by the Scottish Funding Council.
The University of Aberdeen is a founding partner of The Conversation UK. See below our academics' articles and opinion pieces on various topics of public interest.
How a better understanding of the seven ages of appetite could help us stay healthy
Why Brexit can't transform Commonwealth trade
I asked UK government why it's spending £25 billion dismantling oil platforms – here's the reply
That's just rude: why being polite may not be a universal concept
Al-Sisi poised for empty victory in Egypt as signs of unrest grow across the region
How the Brexit transition deal let the UK's fishing industry down
The unholy alliance that explains why renewable energy is trouncing nuclear