Aberdeen bone health expert honoured for osteoporosis work
One of the UK's top bone health specialists - and Emeritus Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Aberdeen - has been recognised for his commitment to osteoporosis and his work with the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS) in the New Year's Honours.
Signing a song for 2020
An Aberdeen choir for the deaf and hearing impaired has joined voices from around the world as part of an initiative to unite people in music and to create a charity single.
Scottish charity single hitting the right notes
A University of Aberdeen-led campaign to bring the world together in song has received backing from Oscar-winning actress Dame Judi Dench and legendary composer Burt Bacharach.
Capturing the changing sound of Christmas in 2020
2020 will be a Christmas like no other and a University sound artist is aiming to capture just how different it will be as part of a Covid 19 sound map.
New understanding about ancient branch of life on Earth
Aberdeen scientists have made an important discovery about a branch of ancient life which plays an important - if perhaps not fully understood role - in our world's ecosystem.
Celebrating 50 years of an Aberdeen museum dedicated to the animal kingdom
A north-east museum which has been a staple of school trips and family days out for almost half a century is seeking the help of the public to celebrate its landmark birthday.
University tree donation aims to spread festive cheer
The University of Aberdeen has donated 20 Christmas trees to an organisation that supports young people from care experienced backgrounds.
Aberdeen academic elected to the Polish Academy of the Arts and Sciences
Professor Robert Frost has been elected as a foreign member of the Polish Academy of the Arts and Sciences (Polska Akademia Umiejętności - the equivalent of the British Academy).
Now let's take a look at the weather - 12,000 years ago
A landmark study led by the University of Aberdeen has provided the clearest ever picture of ancient weather patterns in Europe - and could improve models used to predict how climate change will affect the Continent in future.
Christmas Carol Competition success for hospital choir maestro
A University of Aberdeen teaching fellow has reached the final of a BBC competition which challenged amateur composers to create a new tune for Paul Laurence Dunbar's poem, 'Christmas Carol'.
Global backing for video game to bring Medieval Aberdeen to life
Gaming enthusiasts from around the world have backed a new project to bring medieval Aberdeen to life.
Toddler toolkit which can identify speech and language problems to be rolled out
Health visitors across England are to be trained to use a toolkit which can identify very young children with speech, language and communication problems.
University toasts 525th birthday with commemorative local gin
Award-winning local distillers Porter's Gin and the University of Aberdeen have joined forces to produce a limited-edition gin to celebrate the University's 525th birthday.
EU students to benefit from Aberdeen Scholarships
EU students who choose to come to study at the University of Aberdeen in 2021/22 will be eligible for new scholarships of up to £8,000 a year.
Future's green for ecologist Ewan
Ewan Beveridge from Elgin is looking forward to playing his part in the climate change battle following his graduation from the University of Aberdeen.
University helps more college students study towards a degree
Agreements between the University of Aberdeen and three Scottish colleges will bring more opportunities for college students in Scotland to benefit from a university degree.
Aberdeen scientists lead £1.8million project to reduce spread of rodent-borne infections
The University of Aberdeen is leading an international collaboration of researchers in a new £1.8m project that aims to develop strategies to reduce disease transmission from rodents to humans.
Award nomination for project which has changed the face of Scotland's warrior kingdoms
Pioneering work led by the University of Aberdeen, which has revealed a new picture of Scotland's Pictish past, is in the running for a major archaeology award.
"Call to arms" to embrace energy transition opportunities in annual lecture
Energy systems that will play a key role in the drive towards a low carbon future will come under the spotlight in the University of Aberdeen's annual RV Jones Lecture.
An 'app' a day to keep the doctor OK
Researchers led by a team at the University of Aberdeen have produced an app for NHS frontline workers to help them have a 'good day' at work.
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