Unlocking the city's past through its former residents
Students at the University of Aberdeen are reconstructing the lives of people who lived in the city hundreds of years ago through clues contained in their bones and teeth.
Experts from around the world to discuss impact of climate change on our fisheries
The importance of climate change on the distribution, management and productivity of commercial fish stocks is to be the topic of discussion at a University of Aberdeen public event later this month.
Oldest direct evidence of dairying on the East Asian Steppe
University of Aberdeen archaeologists have contributed to important new research which has found the earliest direct evidence of dairying in the East Asian Steppe - a key economic, political and cultural area with trade routes that predate the famous Silk Road.
Charities join forces for Baird Family Hospital and ANCHOR Centre
Three high-profile north-east charities are set to form a special partnership to support the development of a new hospital and a new centre for oncology and haematology patients including non-malignant blood disorders in Grampian.
Aberdeen part of £15m new Artificial Intelligence centre for Scotland
Scotland is to have its own £15.8m artificial intelligence health research centre, which promises to enable better patient diagnosis, treatment and outcomes, with Aberdeen playing a key role.
Aberdeen Cardiovascular and Diabetes Centre launched
The University of Aberdeen welcomed around 70 guests to the launch of the Aberdeen Cardiovascular and Diabetes Centre (ACDC) today (Friday, November 2).
Scientists explore African biodiversity to create life-saving drugs
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen and University of Ghana are aiming to use Africa's rich biodiversity to create life-saving drugs.
Acclaimed Scottish author speaks out on women's wellbeing
The University of Aberdeen will welcome Scottish crime writer Val McDermid to a special event to raise money in support of women's health.
Could your unborn child help scientists to improve the health of the future population?
Babies that aren't even born yet could help Aberdeen scientists to improve the health of future generations.
University secures three new Athena SWAN Awards
The University of Aberdeen is delighted to announce that another three of its departments have received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award.