Leading hydrologist honoured with prestigious Fellowship
A leading hydrologist from the University of Aberdeen's School of Geosciences has been elected as a Fellow of the prestigious American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Brain compare: Scots and Indian scan study could give clues on Alzheimer's
How the brain ages in people from different countries and cultural backgrounds is the focus of a new study by the University of Aberdeen.
Industry research collaboration rated 'outstanding' by Innovate UK
A collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire-based oil and gas firm Aubin Group has been rated as 'outstanding' by Innovate UK, the UK's Innovation Agency.
New era as new Principal joins University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen enters a new era today (1 August) with Professor George Boyne taking over as Principal and Vice-Chancellor.
Aberdeen's first Women in Engineering Conference begins at University
More than 40 girls from throughout the UK are taking part in Aberdeen's first Women in Engineering Conference.
Cancer research boost from Baxter Foundation
Cancer research at the University of Aberdeen will be faster and more efficient than ever thanks to vital new equipment donated by the Gordon and Ena Baxter Foundation.
£5M investment to maintain UK's status as global leader in offshore renewable energy
A national consortium of universities has been awarded £5million to bring together a network of academic, industrial and policy stakeholders to champion and maintain the UK's world-leading expertise in offshore renewable energy (ORE).
Taking the biscuit - in the name of science
Biscuit lovers are required to help scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute discover if higher protein versions of the sweet snacks are acceptable to our taste buds.
Aberdeen researcher leads £10.5m prostate cancer project to answer 'critical' questions
A £10.5million prostate cancer project led by a researcher at the University of Aberdeen will use big data to answer critical questions about the 'under researched' disease.
Animal research annual statistics
In 2017, the University used 15,268 animals in research. The vast majority of these were rodents, predominantly mice and some rats (83.6%), and fish (14.3%).