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Honorary graduates celebrated
A world renowned conductor, the first Aberdeen and North East Makar, and the Director of one of the biggest research-funding trusts in the UK will be honoured by the University of Aberdeen during its graduations week.
Cancer research cycle adventure raises more than £25k
A team of cyclists from the University of Aberdeen have completed the North Coast 500, raising more than £25,000 to support cancer research in the process.
New research reveals British Isles buried under ice sheets from 2.5 million years ago
Breakthrough research has revealed the British Isles were repeatedly submerged under an ice sheet extending to the centre of the North Sea over a million years earlier than previously thought.
New study shows carbon dioxide storage is secure climate mitigation tool
New research shows that captured carbon dioxide can be stored safely for thousands of years by injecting the liquefied gas deep underground into the microscopic pore spaces of common rocks.
Student celebrates repeat success in Chinese Bridge Competition
A sociology student from The University of Aberdeen has taken second place in a national competition that tests the abilities of Chinese language learners.
Financial costs implicated in farmers' risk taking
Farmers are risking personal safety due to financial pressures according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Alumni of the year award for pioneer of disability theology
A University of Aberdeen academic who has championed the study of theology and disability has been recognised as 'alumni of the year' by his alma mater.
Aberdeen awarded extra student medical places
Support for innovative courses to train more GPs and enable existing healthcare professionals to enter medicine.
King's College Chapel to host choir with international pedigree on their first visit to Aberdeen
Kings College Chapel will resound with the voices of a choir from a small island community which established a strong vocal tradition due to a lack of musical instruments.
Tapping into - and swiping - the past at the Bennachie Colony
The hill of Bennachie has a folklore of giants, magical springs and the devil who built a causeway in one night, while its archaeology includes prehistoric hut circles and the hill fort at Mither Tap. But a new digital app reveals how the history of the crofters who lived at...
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