University of Aberdeen scientists fight back against global public health emergency
Following the declaration by the World Health Organisation (WHO) that antimicrobial resistance is one of the top global public health threats facing humanity, a 5-year long project is now underway to find the best and most effective forms of defence against this growing problem.
Study reveals new insights into the origins of Scotland's mysterious Picts
Scotland's Picts have long been viewed as a mysterious people with their enigmatic symbols and inscriptions, accentuated by representations of them as wild barbarians with exotic origins.
Historic garden study to help manage vital urban green spaces
A historic Aberdeen garden could play an important role in the development of urban green spaces, following a study that showed how different types of vegetation can be used to best manage these vital areas.
Work to address gender inequalities recogised with Athena Swan Silver Award
The School of Biological Sciences (SBS) has had its commitment to identifying and successfully addressing gender inequalities recognised with an Athena Swan Silver Award.
Dr Natasha Danilova is awarded Aleksanteri Visiting Fellowship
The Aleksanteri Institute Visiting Fellows Programme provides an opportunity for highly qualified scholars in Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian studies to visit the Aleksanteri Institute and the University of Helsinki for a period of two months.
We're using less energy when we rest than 30 years ago
A new study published today (Wednesday) in Nature Metabolism led by scientists from the University of Aberdeen has shown that the amount of energy we expend while resting has declined.
University launches new topical podcast series
The University of Aberdeen has launched a news-based podcast series exploring the current stories making the press.
University launches new Sustainable Water Management MSc
The University of Aberdeen has launched a new Masters programme in Sustainable Water Management, building on its world-leading research to prepare graduates for a career in the globally vital sector.
Visual Cultures of the Circumpolar Virtual Roundtable
Join international discussion on the cultural, social and environmental dynamics between Indigenous communities and settler populations of Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Nordic countries. Zoom registration essential.
Legal academics from around the world gather in Aberdeen for the second SCOTLIN Conference
The University of Aberdeen hosted the second SCOTLIN conference last month, an annual event fostering debate and knowledge exchange on law and innovation across Scotland.
VIDEO: Mission to Mars
NASA's quest on Mars has always been to 'follow the water' - the Department of Planetary Sciences at the University of Aberdeen are on course to play a role in that mission.
VIDEO: Composer draws on Celtic connections for Coronation music
With just weeks to go before the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, further details of music for the ceremony, which includes a brand-new piece by a University of Aberdeen composer, have been revealed.
New outdoor exhibition celebrates Polish life in Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen's Cruickshank Botanic Garden will host an outdoor exhibition celebrating the contribution of the Polish community to life in the city.
Aberdeen academic co-authors new report from the European Marine Board
Professor Beth Scott from the University of Aberdeen was one of the contributing authors to a new report that outlines the main gaps in our knowledge that could prevent the offshore renewable energy sector from developing in a sustainable, equitable and responsible manner.
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