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New national study into the long-term health impacts of COVID-19 launched
A major UK research study into the long-term health impacts of COVID-19 on hospitalised patients has been launched today involving researchers from the University of Aberdeen.
Researchers at University of Aberdeen looking for fertility feedback
Fertility experts at the University of Aberdeen are appealing for couples to share their experiences of using an online tool which calculates their predicted chances of having a baby following IVF treatment.
Scotland's great outdoors provide inspiration for Isabella
Isabella Maria Engberg says Scotland's great outdoors were key to her University success after she graduated with an MA in English-German.
Aberdeen was love at first sight for Sanson
For Sanson Selvanathar it was love at first sight when he took a stroll around our Old Aberdeen campus when visiting the North-east for a conference.
Life in the fast lane for graduate Pavlina
Pavlina Olivia Houdkova was drawn to the history and prestige of the University of Aberdeen but surprised herself by finding more joy in the world of motorsport engineering and racing.
Graduation puts Jennifer in the spotlight
Aberdeen graduate Jennifer Murphy has overcome major eye surgery and the loss of her beloved grandfather whilst managing a rare genetic condition to graduate from the University of Aberdeen.
Evidence for rapid growth of 'orthodox' Anglican churches in sub Saharan Africa questioned
New research published by an Aberdeen academic has drawn into question claims that churches in the global south have experienced a growth in new converts as a result of their 'orthodoxy', particularly when it comes to the LGBTQ movement.
£28,000 legacy for 'truly inspirational' charity fundraiser
The legacy of an inspirational charity fundraiser has now reached more than £28,000 in support of cancer research at the University of Aberdeen.
Capturing Lives in Scotland's Communities: An Online Arts Award Explore project
Young people from across Scotland are being asked to get involved a new art project to document life in their communities in the year 2020.
Garden party graduation for Julia but she hopes to return to Aberdeen for real thing
It certainly wasn't the way she envisaged graduating from the University of Aberdeen, but Julia Stockwell's family ensured she still marked the occasion in style.