Monograph co-authored by Aberdeen academic shortlisted for Scottish Research Book of the Year
A new edition and study of one of north-east Scotland's best-loved works of literature and science has been shortlisted for the Scottish Research Book of the Year 2023.
Get hooked on fish at fin-tastic free event
Taster stalls, cookery demonstrations and a talk with the star of the BBC series 'Trawlerman' are among the attractions on the menu at a fish-themed fair taking place in Aberdeen next month.
Sharing the stories and lessons of witch-hunting in Scotland
A short course at the University of Aberdeen is introducing people around the world to the history of witch-hunting and the witch trials in Scotland.
Aberdeen student's stunning ecology snaps triumph at annual photography competition
University of Aberdeen PhD student, Danni Thompson, has been named a winner twice at this year's British Ecological Society photography competition.
Students of the future on the agenda at Wood Foundation workshop
The University has strengthened its relationship with leading philanthropic organisation The Wood Foundation.
Holographic camera to focus on tackling sea lice
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have developed an advanced underwater holographic camera which they aim to use alongside artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to help Scotland's fish farmers manage sea lice.
Research aims to make plant-based diets work for everyone
Making plant-based diets a realistic and enjoyable option for all is the goal of a new project that aims to promote healthy diets that are environmentally sustainable.
Dolphin friendships facilitated by fishy feast!
We all know that there is nothing like hanging out with your friends for a big meal, and new research from the University of Aberdeen has shown that this is also true for Scotland's bottlenose dolphins.
Historian's role in new Hitler and Goebbels film helps reveal the legacy of Nazi disinformation
A University of Aberdeen academic is the historical advisor to the first serious Hitler feature film in two decades. Shot in secret due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter, the film seeks to 'understand the manipulative strategies' used to devastating effect by Hitler and Goebbels, by stripping away...
Academic recognised for her contribution to Prussian history
The University's Professor Karin Friedrich has been presented with an award in recognition of her contribution to research of the history and culture of Prussia.
Youngest ever person in space returns to Earth (and campus)
In August, Anastatia Mayers made the journey of a lifetime into space with Virgin Galactic. Not only did the experience make her the youngest ever person in space, she's also part of the first mother-daughter duo to go into space together.
University of Aberdeen joins the Turing University Network
The University of Aberdeen is one of several UK Universities joining the Turing University Network as it expands its membership.
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