Is this the real Doctor Who? Scientists develop average face of the Time Lord
Millions of Dr Who fans are set to be gripped as the latest incarnation of the famous Time Lord is unveiled on Christmas Day.
University launches new public engagement programmes
The University of Aberdeen's public engagement activity will kick off in the New Year with the launch of two new programmes in addition to several already established and popular event series'.
Meat demand must be reduced to combat climate change
Global reliance on meat as a food source must be reduced to abate climate change, according to new research from a team of international scientists.
Students provide fresh thinking for Scotland's dementia challenge
Enterprising students at the University of Aberdeen are tackling the challenge of dementia on Wednesday (December 18) in a special session organised by the Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE).
Scottish musical legends launch "Stovies Reloaded"
Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham, took to the bustling streets of Edinburgh to launch "Stovies Reloaded," a new cookbook developed by nutritional scientists at the University of Aberdeen.
'Big data' spin-out set for major commercial success
A new company formed to commercialise 'artificial intelligence' technology developed at the University of Aberdeen has become the latest 'big technology' story for the UK's financial media.
Women's age affects every stage of IVF
A woman's age affects the outcome of every single step of IVF treatment, according to a University of Aberdeen study published today in PLOS ONE. This is the first study of its kind to break down failure rates for each stage of IVF for different age groups.
Is an independent Scottish electricity system good for renewable energy and Scotland?
An analysis of the effect of recent UK government policy decisions on nuclear energy suggests that Scottish consumers could face lower prices in an independent Scottish electricity system.
Radical action required to avoid dangerous climate change
The consequences of a rise in global warming of 2°C by 2100 have been severely underestimated, according to findings by a team of international scientists.
From lab bench to backbench
Two University of Aberdeen scientists swap their lab coats for legislation this week as part of a Week in Westminster - a unique 'pairing' scheme run by the Royal Society: the UK's national academy of science.