University team races to success in international motorsport event
Team Aberdeen University Racing (TAU Racing) enjoyed its quickest ever performance at the Formula Student competition at Silverstone, finishing first in Scotland and third in the UK in the annual student motorsport event.
Still time for Scottish fishing industry to adapt to climate change
A University of Aberdeen scientist will present the findings of a report that shows although climate change is already having an impact on fish and fisheries globally, there is still time for the Scottish fishing industry to get better prepared to adapt to changes in fish growth and shifts in...
Psychology collaboration set for take off
The department of Industrial Psychology and CHC Helicopter has been awarded £54,000 to fund PhD research projects in Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Human Factors training.
Was Aberdeen the birthplace of Scotch Whisky?
Historians have uncovered the earliest ever reference to a still for distilling Scotch whisky which suggests the origins of the spirit may lie in the thriving renaissance burgh of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen one of ten institutions to be awarded a Global Professorship from the British Academy
A leading academic whose expertise spans bioarchaeology, archaeology and forensic anthropology will join the University of Aberdeen as part of the British Academy's Global Professorships programme.
Pupils honoured at biggest ever Aberdeen Children's University graduations
More than 200 school pupils from across the north-east were honoured for their achievements in the classroom as Aberdeen Children's University held its annual graduation ceremony recently.
University joint 15th for student satisfaction in UK National Student Survey
The University of Aberdeen has been ranked joint 15th in the UK for overall student satisfaction in this year's National Student Survey (NSS), a rise of ten places on last year.
University of Aberdeen Museums secure investment from Museums Galleries Scotland
A number of University museum collections will be experienced in brand new ways following investment from the national development body for Scotland's museums.
Study shows potential for reduced methane from cows
An international team of scientists led by Professor John Wallace of the Rowett Institute at the University of Aberdeen, has shown it is possible to breed cattle to lower their methane emissions.
University project welcomes all 'Home'
The Elphinstone Institute at The University of Aberdeen has secured one hundred and fifty thousand pounds for a new project to help build integrated and diverse communities in the North-East.
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