£1.9 million in funding for National Decommissioning Centre of Excellence
The Scottish Government has awarded £1.9 million in grant funding to invest in the recently-announced National Decommissioning Centre of Excellence - a partnership between the University of Aberdeen and The Oil & Gas Technology Centre.
New report looks at how other countries manage their land
Academics from the University of Aberdeen were part of a team that recently produced a report for the Scottish Land Commission looking at how other countries manage land ownership.
Alzheimer's singing event raises more than £60,000 for research
An event to raise money for University of Aberdeen Alzheimer's research which saw four novice singers perform after receiving a 'crash course' from composer-to-royalty Professor Paul Mealor has raised more than £60,000.
University wins funding award for renewables research
The University of Aberdeen has been awarded £148,500 to bring early career researchers to Aberdeen to carry out research into renewable energy storage and conversion.
University spin-out reaches major milestone in development of carbon capture technology
Carbon Capture Machine (UK) Ltd, a University of Aberdeen spin-out company, is the sole European team to reach the finals of the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE, a major international competition that incentivises the development of breakthrough carbon conversion technologies to reduce global CO2 emissions.
New spin-out aims to turn C02 into useful materials
A new spin-out company has been formed to commercialise pioneering carbon capture and conversion technology that has the potential to reduce global emissions while creating valuable products for everyday use.
Aberdeen student repeats study from 100 years ago to look at the effect of climate change
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen are part of an international collaboration studying mountain plants, which saw them repeating surveys originally carried out 100 years ago