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Worse survival rates and different care for cancer patients who live further from hospital
Patients who live further away from cancer centres are likely to receive different care and experience worse outcomes than those who live closer according to new research on patients in the north-east of Scotland and the Northern Isles. This is despite patients from further away being referred and diagnosed as...
New Festival to celebrate north-east tin whistle tradition
A new Festival inspired by a master whistler who revived interest in a north-east musical tradition which came close to dying out will take place in March.
Gardening good for the soul - until the pressure grows
What if one of the things known for helping and reducing stress and anxiety, becomes such a commitment, it leads to burn-out?
University to mark Lunar New Year with fun-filled events
The University of Aberdeen Confucius Institute will celebrate Lunar New Year this month with two exciting events showcasing Chinese culture and traditions.
Visitors invited to face facts at striking new exhibition
'Striking Impressions' is an exhibition about how faces have been interpreted and depicted in different ways from anatomy, divination and caricature to sculpture, painting and masks.
Tributes paid to former Vice Principal and Law School faculty head Philip Love CBE
The University of Aberdeen School of Law has paid tribute to its former Vice Principal and Head of Faculty, Professor Philip Love CBE, who passed away on 2 February aged 84.
Emissions calculator scoops top sector award
An emissions calculator that quantifies the climate impact of the University's domestic and international student travel has won a prestigious sector award.
Aberdeen University Students lead tours of the Zoology Museum
The public can now enjoy tours of a north-east museum which has been a staple of school trips and family days out for more than half a century.
Plant pathology researchers support agri-tech firm's approach to biocontrol development
Biotalys, an agricultural technology company developing protein-based biocontrol solutions for crop protection, has entered into an academic collaboration with leading researchers in plant pathology at the University of Aberdeen.
Double success for Uni swimmers
Two University of Aberdeen Performance Swimming para athletes struck gold at the recent Citi Para Swimming World Series held at the University's Aberdeen Sports Village.
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