What makes a man? Testosterone only half the story, scientists say
Scientists have identified for the first time the details of an 'alternative' biological process required to develop male genitals in an unborn baby.
University of Aberdeen scraps graduation fee
The administrative fee paid by students to graduate from the University of Aberdeen has today (Friday, February 8) been abolished by the institution.
Attend Aberdeen Open Day - from anywhere
Prospective postgraduate students from around the world are invited to the University of Aberdeen's upcoming open day, and they won't even have to leave their own home to attend.
Aberdeen to lead £1.1M project with China to develop smart tools for farming
An international collaboration led by the University of Aberdeen has received more than £1.1M to carry out a project designed to inform and guide policy and farming in China, with a view to finding a solution to pollution.
New research looks at the impact of everyday chemicals on women's health
Study to look at how chemicals in cosmetics may affect women's fertility
Aberdeen academics provide a blend of science to Scottish tea growers
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen have joined forces with a Scottish tea growing association in a bid to support the future of local tea production.
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 (1695-1798) is to go on display at the University of Aberdeen's Sir Duncan Rice Library Gallery in a new exhibition.
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