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New Head for Business School
A renowned academic with extensive international research and teaching experience in areas including international management, organisational behaviour, HR management and leadership has been announced as the next Head of the University of Aberdeen Business School.
Covid's impact on funerals, the bereaved and funeral workers to be examined
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on funerals is the subject of a new study by the University of Aberdeen.
From Starfleet to the world's oceans
A real-life version of a medical scanner used in Star Trek could help in the fight against climate change, according to scientists.
Aberdeen first in UK to recruit for new Huntington's disease trial
Aberdeen has recruited the first UK patient for a new trial investigating pridopidine, an oral drug for the treatment of Huntington's disease.
250th anniversary celebration for an Aberdeen doctor who transformed military medicine
The University of Aberdeen will celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of the 'father of British army medicine' whose life and achievements are commemorated in one of the city's most famous monuments.
University joins network to support Gaelic community officers
The University of Aberdeen is a partner in a new professional support network for Gaelic community officers who are working to increase the use of the language.
PhD student's exhibition documents heart transplant journey
Brian Keeley, an artist and PhD student at the University of Aberdeen, has launched a joint exhibition with his artist wife to coincide with the new 'presumed consent' organ donation law that came into effect in Scotland on 26 March.
New Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellows announced
Two academics from the University of Aberdeen are among 87 individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
University to return Benin bronze
The University of Aberdeen is to return a Benin bronze - a sculpture looted by British soldiers in Nigeria in one of the most notorious examples of the pillaging of cultural treasures associated with 19th century European colonial expansion.
University of Aberdeen awarded grant for science-engaged theology
The University of Aberdeen is among nine UK theological colleges selected for an award to promote science-engaged theology.
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