Round-the-world cyclist supports University's 500-mile cancer ride
Record-breaking cyclist Mark Beaumont joined University of Aberdeen staff this morning to give them tips on tackling Scotland's equivalent of Route 66 to raise awareness and funds for a new specialist cancer team.
Aberdeen academics named as Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellows
Leading academics from the University of Aberdeen are among 66 distinguished individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
HSRU representatives receive the Queen's Anniversary Prize
Health Services Research Unit's (HSRU) representatives had a very special work trip yesterday: they were invited to the Buckingham Palace to collect the Queen's Anniversary Prize for sustained research excellence in healthcare research leading to improvements in academic and clinical practice and delivery of care.
University receives highest national honour at ceremony in Buckingham Palace
The University of Aberdeen was presented with the Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education at a ceremony in Buckingham Palace.
New Electron Microscope facility opened at University of Aberdeen
A new half million pound microscope capable of looking at objects only slightly bigger than an atom has been officially unveiled at the University of Aberdeen.
University launches pre-medical course in Sri Lanka
The University of Aberdeen has launched its first 'in-country' pre-medical qualification in Sri Lanka, where students will be able to obtain a pre-medical award studying in the nation's largest city, Colombo.
Commonly prescribed medication linked to stroke
Medication routinely prescribed for common complaints including allergies, heart disease and Parkinson's has been linked to an increased risk of stroke according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Premature babies' low blood pressure puzzle explained
Scientists have discovered crucial new information about how a foetus develops which could explain why very premature babies suffer low blood pressure and other health problems.
Controversial pregnancy test drug shows deformities in zebrafish embryos within hours of exposure
The components of a controversial drug, allegedly linked to birth defects in the 1960s and '70s, caused deformations to fish embryos just hours after they received a dose in new studies by researchers at the University of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen named partners in project to transform health through data science
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have been named within an important partnership which will receive a portion of a £54 million research fund focussed on using data science to address challenging healthcare issues.
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