University to mark official launch of Centre for Energy Transition
The University of Aberdeen will mark the official launch of its Centre for Energy Transition (CET) with an online event on Monday, 31 May.
Three Aberdeen entrepreneurs announced as Converge 2021 semi-finalists
Three entrepreneurs from the University of Aberdeen are through to the semi-finals of Scotland's largest company creation initiative.
Book exploring the medieval Anglo-Scottish border shortlisted for prestigious prize
A new book by a University of Aberdeen historian has been shortlisted for an esteemed award.
New international project to enhance digital learning
Education experts at the University of Aberdeen are contributing to a new international project to harness and further develop the advancements in digital education brought into focus by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Potential risk to dolphins due to unique fasting habits
Dolphins could be at risk if their foraging opportunities are impacted due to man-made disturbances such as shipping, tourism, coastal development and oil and gas exploration.
Will economic inequalities in Scotland as a result of Covid-19 discourage people from voting?
A new study by the University of Aberdeen suggests that the effect of the Covid pandemic in exacerbating pre-existing economic inequalities could affect voter turn-out at Thursday's Scottish elections.