Bone graft company spun out from the University of Aberdeen awarded compliance mark
In a development that represents new hope for repairing challenging bone fractures, a University spinout has received a CE mark for a synthetic bone graft substitute.
£100m campus plans for University in Qatar
University of Aberdeen Principal, Professor George Boyne, has hailed plans for the development of a new purpose-built campus in Qatar as a 'milestone' for the University.
Aberdeen team part of international research hub to tackle child stunting
The University of Aberdeen is part of a new £19.76m research hub led by the London International Development Centre (LIDC) and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) that aims to tackle the problem of stunting in children.
'Discovered' Canaletto on display in Aberdeen
An artwork only recently confirmed as a piece by Venetian artist Canaletto (1695-1768) is to go on display at the University of Aberdeen's Sir Duncan Rice Library Gallery in a new exhibition.
Royal appointment for Professor Parson
A leading Aberdeen anatomy professor has received a prestigious Royal honour.
Academic urges greater awareness of the role of an Aberdeenshire man in securing workers' rights 100
One hundred years ago today (January 18, 1919) delegates from across the globe met in Paris for the beginning of talks which would attempt to set out a new world order.
Man-made chemicals in our environment cause 'worrying' changes in sheep livers
Exposure to man-made chemicals found all around us has caused 'worrying' changes in sheep livers, according to the researchers behind a new study.
HRH The Duchess of Rothesay officially 'installs' Principal
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Rothesay officially installed Professor George Boyne as Vice-Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen today (Wednesday, January 16).
Death and Missed Appointments
Missing GP appointments is associated with early death, and those with long-term mental health conditions are at particular risk.
Why is the diagnosis of women's cancer often delayed?
Gynaecological cancers are relatively common - ovarian, cervical and uterine cancers together make up about 20,000 cases each year, with approximately 7,400 deaths.
Scottish global hub aims to transform decommissioning
A new global research centre that will combine academic excellence and industry expertise to support decommissioning activity has been officially opened today.
Surgery remains most effective weight loss treatment but weight management also works
Surgery remains the most effective and cost-effective long-term approach to reducing weight for adults who are severely obese, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
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