Stunning outdoor area opens at Hillhead
A stunning new £225k, social and activity area, featuring recycled granite cassies and timber sleepers has opened at the University of Aberdeen's Hillhead Student Village.
University celebrates sustainability and research league table success
The University of Aberdeen's expertise in environmental research and its positive impact on society has been highlighted in two newly published and influential league tables.
Package of support for students impacted by Ukraine war unveiled
A wide range of additional support including tuition fee waivers, free accommodation and bursaries has been announced for current students and prospective students from Ukraine by the University of Aberdeen.
PechaKucha Night returns to Aberdeen as part of the Festival of New Ideas
Research that seeks to tackle some of the challenges facing the modern world will take centre stage next month in a dynamic rapid-fire public event with students and researchers from the University of Aberdeen.
Trustlens brings public space technology into focus
An interactive tool developed through a partnership between the University of Aberdeen and the University of Lancaster is helping organisations, including local councils, to determine where and how best to use smart technology.
Shortlist success for University as Herald Higher Education Awards finalists announced
The University community has been shortlisted in three categories in the Herald Higher Education Awards 2022, announced today.
'Marvellous Molluscs' project improves access to Nationally Significant collection
Improved access to one of the University of Aberdeen's nationally significant collections, has been achieved through the year-long 'Marvellous Molluscs Project', reigniting its use for learning and research.
University of Aberdeen shortlisted for the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2022
The University of Aberdeen has been shortlisted in this year's Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCA), the leading higher education awards ceremony based solely on student choice.
Rowett scientists to receive £1.6m to study obesity and food insecurity
Obesity and food insecurity will be the focus of a £1.6m study by scientists at the University of Aberdeen's Rowett Institute.
Challenge your innovative thinking at the Festival of New Ideas
Getting up close and personal with some of the mind-blowing technology transforming how we live and work will be among the hands-on activities open to the public when the UNI-Versal Festival of New Ideas makes its debut in Aberdeen next month.
University of Aberdeen hosts law and social sciences workshop with Ethiopian PhD students
Legal and social science experts at the University of Aberdeen are collaborating with academic counterparts in Ethiopia to deliver a capacity building workshop exploring comparative, philosophical and integration approaches to governance.
Fundraisers prepare to step up at Run Balmoral
Scores of runners will take part in Run Balmoral on Saturday, 23 April, in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for vital women's health research at the University of Aberdeen.
Fundraising campaign launched to restore and display newly-discovered Pictish stone
A fundraising campaign has been launched to conserve a newly discovered rare Pictish symbol stone and to fund its future redisplay.
National negotiating success for Aberdeen law students
The University of Aberdeen has retained the top title in a national competition that sees the cream of Scotland's student legal talent go head to head in a negotiation showdown.
Centre of Energy Transition Director welcomes new UK energy strategy
Professor John Underhill, Director of the University of Aberdeen's Centre of Energy Transition, has welcomed the publication of a new energy strategy for the UK.
University part of UK-Japanese research collaboration to address COVID-19 challenges
The University of Aberdeen is one of only two Scottish institutions selected to drive research into the challenges presented by the global COVID-19 pandemic as part of an extensive UK-Japanese collaboration.
University of Aberdeen victorious in Aberdeen Boat Race
The University of Aberdeen has won this year's Aberdeen Boat Race which took place on the River Dee today (Saturday, April 2).
Views sought on how the pandemic has affected rural healthcare in Grampian
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen are looking for people who live in rural Grampian to give their views on accessing and receiving healthcare.
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