Aberdeen scientists to undertake research into coastal marine communities in Antarctica
A new project to be undertaken by scientists from the University of Aberdeen will provide a unique insight into the ecology and biodiversity of seabed communities in Antarctica.
University climbs in new world rankings
The University of Aberdeen has climbed three places in the latest Times Higher Education world rankings.
New £35m science teaching building to 'transform' science learning experience
The University of Aberdeen plans to build a new £35m Science Teaching Hub that will transform the learning experience for thousands of students and encourage school children to get involved in science subjects.
Top marks for University in National Student Survey
Students have given the quality of teaching at the University of Aberdeen their seal of approval in the latest National Student Survey (NSS).
University graduate receives top forestry award
A University of Aberdeen graduate has been honoured by the The Institute of Chartered Foresters (ICF) with an award in recognition of her achievements.
Unfussy bottom feeders show resilience to climate change
A study by scientists at the University of Aberdeen has found that invertebrate life in the deep Arctic Ocean is more resilient to the effects of climate change than previously thought.
Aberdeen scientists need your help to track the spread of New Zealand Flatworms
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen need members of the public to help them to better understand how far the New Zealand Flatworm has spread and what effect this species is having on the local environment.
Aberdeen academic scoops green energy award
An academic from the University of Aberdeen has won a prestigious green energy award for his work on environmental monitoring for offshore energy projects.
Big fish in big trouble in Europe
An international team of scientists led by the University of Aberdeen have discovered that large fish, which include many of the sharks, rays and skates of Europe, are the most at threat from extinction.
Sub-zero waters a barrier to oil spill recovery
Sub-zero temperatures in the deep waters of the North Atlantic would significantly hamper the ability of oil-eating bacteria to help the ocean recover from a major oil spill, according to new research.