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University summit leads to new eyecare forum for Scotland
A summit organised by a leading academic has led to the announcement of a new nationwide network and forum for the advancement of eye care in Scotland.
New centre to bring life science academics and industry closer together
A new one-stop-shop to allow Aberdeen life science academic experts and industry to collaborate more easily and effectively has been set up by the University of Aberdeen.
University sports stars nominated in Aberdeen Sports Awards
Sports stars from the University of Aberdeen are among the nominees at this year's Aberdeen Sports Awards.
Aberdeen 'superbug-busting' drugs spin out lands innovation award
Dr Fiona Rudkin from the University of Aberdeen has won the runner-up prize in a major innovation and entrepreneurship competition.
Prostate cancer project breaks new ground
A scientist at the University of Aberdeen has received a major award to develop a new way to treat prostate cancer.
African ministry students celebrate graduation
A unique partnership that provides additional training to African ministers has produced its first cohort of graduates.
Tackling Scotland's inequality in visual care for National Eye Health Week
"Scotland's policy of free eye care has not yet narrowed the health gap between rich and poor but it is achieving important health benefits."
Aberdeen student's work to be 'performed for peace' around the world
A composition by a University of Aberdeen music student will be played around the world as part of an initiative to celebrate peace.
Aberdeen biotech spinout shortlisted in entrepreneur competition
A company spun out of research carried out at the University of Aberdeen has been shortlisted for a major entrepreneurial award.
Extinct Canary Island bird was not a unique species after all, DNA tests prove
DNA tests have proven an extinct bird species unique to the Canary Islands - whose loss was considered a sizeable blow for genetic diversity - is actually almost identical to types commonly found in the UK and throughout Europe.