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Aberdeen event to update on Scotland's Citizen's Assembly
Academics and researchers will come together in Aberdeen to help the public engage with Scotland's Citizen's Assembly and the important role it can play in deliberating the future of the nation.
Researchers test drugs with potential to restore sight loss from aniridia
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen will test two repurposed drugs for the treatment of the rare eye condition aniridia, which causes blindness thanks to funding from Fight for Sight.
KTP conference highlights value of university and industry partnerships
A major conference held in Aberdeen has thrown the spotlight on how universities and industry are working together to promote economic growth in the region.
Leading engineering professor appointed Fellow of IEEE
A leading engineering professor from the University of Aberdeen has been named as a Fellow of the IEEE, The world's largest technical professional organisation for the advancement of technology.
Royal appointment for leading Pathologist
A leading Aberdeen pathology professor has received a prestigious Royal honour.
Trading retirement for a new career
When Alan Whitehead was made redundant at the age of 61, the next step seemed like retirement but the former accountant wasn't ready to put his feet up and instead pursued his passion for languages.
Graduating is a family affair
Graduating from the University of Aberdeen is a family affair for Halimatu Joji with her younger sister due to graduate next summer and her Mother and older Sister already graduates of the University.
Learning international lessons in public health
Working as a volunteer in public health in India demonstrated to Ankita Chandra the need to learn international lessons.
PhD inspired by the endangered ecosystems of Colombia
Juan Afanador came to Aberdeen from Colombia, where he had been teaching and researching the management of critical ecosystems such as the Páramo.
Chris's 10-year journey from student to staff, and now teacher
Chris Knight is celebrating not only his graduation but the last 10 years studying and working at the University of Aberdeen