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Created by psychemedia on Jul 15, 2008
Last updated: 03/11/10 at 04:07 PM
A new £28 million sporting facility unrivalled in the north-east will open its doors to the public on Saturday (August 22).
The research work of engineering and technology students from across the North of Scotland will be highlighted at a symposium at the University of Aberdeen tomorrow (Thursday August 20).
To mark the beginning of the North-East Clan Fortnight, visitors to the University of Aberdeen will have the opportunity to enjoy a day of illustrated talks about our amazing and fascinating heritage.
Show will turn back clock to Victorian eraPress and Journal, UKNow she recreates bygone elegance in a range of styles. “I just love working with the materials,” said the dressmaker, from Hill of Dudwick, whose Fochabers-born husband Neil Macrae is a professor of psychology at Aberdeen University.
From why scientific advances could enable humans to live much longer, to the conspiracy theories surrounding man's landing on the moon - a new series of events launched in Aberdeen this week will give the public an insight into highly topical science.
NEW FACES BUT WISE HEADS WILL GUIDE COLLEGEArbroath Herald, UKHe was educated at Peterhead Academy, graduated from Aberdeen University with a degree in Economics and Politics and gained his MBA from Cranfield Institute of Technology. He began his career with Massey Ferguson before moving into personnel and human ...
Rare First Nations artefacts dating back to the early 19th century will be publicly exhibited in Canada for the first time next year, it has been announced.
Four re-bid £40M Aberdeen University library dealContract Journal, UKBy Brian Warner An insider said: "Those handling the project have said that they found it difficult to compare bids and that the current procurement method didn't comply fully with European Union legislation. "But the general feeling is that these are ...
An enterprising Aberdeen music student has added an innovative string to his bow by securing the top prize in a prestigious entrepreneurial competition.
Old folk set to dump the knitting and hit the WiiThe Northern Scot, UKAberdeen University has recently embarked on research to examine these claims further. "In addition, the Wii can be adapted to suit varying degrees of ability, and people can play as individuals or in groups, which has the added benefits of increasing ...
Aberdeen teams on the big stageAberdeen Press and Journal, UKCaledonia League One champions Aberdeenshire meet Edinburgh University in the Bowl final and Aberdeen University bid to retain the Plate when they face Duns. Edinburgh University defeated city rivals Murrayfield Wanderers 29-17 at Inverleith Park and ...
An internationally renowned scientist will this week help celebrate a famous University of Aberdeen researcher who discovered the body's own painkillers - endorphins.
The relationship between the energy sector and nationalism will be explored at a lecture at the University of Aberdeen tomorrow (Thursday 30 April).
Research to tackle digital challenges for rural communitiesVNUNet.com, UKThe University of Aberdeen has won £12.4m funding over five years to research how digital technology advances can transform rural businesses and communities. The Aberdeen Rural Digital Economy Research Hub is one of three UK centres focusing on future ...
Sales investigation closedTeleText, UKSweet-toothed volunteers have been urged by scientists at Aberdeen University to eat chocolate to try to understand its effect on heart disease. The scientists want 40 healthy volunteers, aged 18 to 70, to sample various types of chocolate for a study. ...
Caberfeidh ease past Oban Celtic in cupAberdeen Press and Journal, UKBute defeated Aberdeen University in a penalty shootout after a 2-2 draw. Lovat beat Skye 4-3 after extra-time at Portree. At Oban Lochside Rovers and Kingussie drew 6-6 then Kingussie won the shootout 4-3 and now host Glengarry who beat Lochaber 2-0. ...
The University of Aberdeen has begun a search to recruit the successor to Professor C Duncan Rice whose term of office is due to conclude in September 2010.
Aberdeen is preparing to meet the need for more people trained in public health nutrition to tackle the rise in obesity and chronic dietary disease.
Varsity projects aim to help young and old communicatePress and Journal, UKThis 12-month project, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, is being run jointly with Aberdeen University and charities Capability Scotland and Communication Matters. The university is also working with St Andrews ...
Pennan resident could be ‘Local Hero’Aberdeen Press and Journal, UKHe also teaches theology at Aberdeen University. In the election, he will up against Ms Whiteford, a campaign manager for Oxfam, representing SNP and Trawlermen star Jimmy Buchan, representing the Conservatives.
Planet EarthLink found between Yukon River and Meiji DriftPlanet Earth, UK - 11 hours agoThis research was carried out by an international team from the University of Aberdeen in the UK and Oregon State University in the US. Interesting? ...
A new research institute which could help UK companies capitalise on a global subsea market worth a potential £40 billion was launched today (Wednesday 11 February) in Aberdeen.
AIC Inverurie play host to championsAberdeen Press and Journal, UK - 7 hours agoThe other two matches are on Sunday with Granite City Wanderers 2nds facing Hazlehead and Aberdeen University 2nds playing hosts to Ellon. ...
Over 70s are being sought to take part in an innovative new balance study that will use the latest games system.
Forces unite to drive mink off the SpeyStrathspey Herald, UK - Feb 4, 2009... comprising SNH, the University of Aberdeen, the Cairngorms National Park Authority and the Spey, Dee and Deveron district salmon fishery boards. ...
City law students aim to win in Las VegasAberdeen Press and Journal, UK - Feb 4, 2009Colin Rennie TWO law students from Aberdeen University will represent their country at an international contest in Las Vegas. ...
NHS plans blanket ban on smokingAberdeen Press and Journal, UK - Feb 4, 2009“We will be consulting with our partners who share our sites, including Aberdeen University, to see how we can make this work.” Aberdeen City Council leader ...
Moray’s new police chief takes chargePress and Journal, UK - 8 hours ago... began her police career in 1994 with Avon and Somerset Police after graduating with a BSc (hons) in biochemistry and genetics from Aberdeen University. ...
Two Aberdeen students will represent Scotland in Las Vegas after coming out top in a law competition.
Aberdeen lecture to be moved out of intensive careAberdeen Evening Express, UK - 4 hours agoThe University of Aberdeen lecturer was not wearing a safety helmet when he was involved in the crash. He was in a medically-induced coma in the Aberdeen ...
Things to do Places to goAberdeen Press and Journal, UK - Jan 29, 2009Members of the Elphinstone Institute – traditional music and song from Aberdeen University, 12.45-1.30pm, today. The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. ...
BBC NewsCash for child medicine researchBBC News, UK - 8 hours agoProfessor Peter Helms, a child health specialist at Aberdeen University, said that similar issues were found in the UK, with doctors occasionally applying a ...
BBC NewsPapers hail US President ObamaBBC News, UK - Jan 20, 2009The student at Aberdeen University has yet to prosecuted and the paper says there is mounting anger over the waste of public money.
I changed my life after surviving cancerGlasgow Daily Record, UK - 11 hours agoNot only has she quit her career as a beauty therapist, she has also enrolled in a degree course in geology at Aberdeen University. ...
Fatal accident inquiry reconvenesShetland News, UK - 23 hours agoDr James Grieve, of the pathology department at Aberdeen University, told the inquiry last year that the impact had been "virtually unsurvivable". ...
BBC News'Needless' birth induction fearsBBC News, UK - 16 hours agoThe Aberdeen University team said in the Journal of Public Health that rates of obstetric intervention were rising. Experts warned that more studies were ...
Pioneering keyhole surgery could provide cure for refluxAberdeen Press and Journal, UK - Jan 16, 2009A £1million study led by Aberdeen University and NHS Grampian has found people suffering from chronic acid reflux problems benefited more from specialist ...
Study into the magic of Mither TapDeeside Today, UK - 20 hours agoJennifer Fagen, a researcher at the University of Aberdeen's Elphinstone Institute, is conducting the research on the Aberdeenshire landmark. ...
Scotland's first science champion will next week launch a new series of free sessions where the public can engage with scientists in the heart of Aberdeen.
Researchers studying chronic pain - thought to be suffered by 7.8 million people across the UK* - want people in their 60s with the condition to contact them.
A groundbreaking new trial has begun to try to discover why chemotherapy works for some but doesn't work for other sufferers of two of Scotland's fastest rising cancers.
A new version of an environmentally friendly, energy efficient technology that could replace combustion engines in cars and batteries in mobile devices such as phones and laptops is being researched by Aberdeen experts.
Catalyst produces hydrogen from bioethanoltce today, UK - Jan 12, 2009by Helen Tunnicliffe AN INTERNATIONAL TEAM of researchers led by Hicham Idriss of the University of Aberdeen has developed a catalyst which can produce ...
Simpson shines to claim top hill race honoursAberdeen Press and Journal, UK - 5 hours agoMoira Davie (Aberdeen University) was runner-up, while Anita Hamilton (Cosmic Hillbashers) set a women’s supervet age group record of 29:15 in third ...
Congratulations go to three University of Aberdeen academics recognised in the New Year's Honours.
Academy of National Economy, RussiaIndependent, UK - Dec 20, 2008There's also a Masters programme validated by Aberdeen University, and Essex has established a PhD. Easy to get into? Three-stage interview: the first is ...
An innovative has secured an Aberdeen Physics student a prestigious award.
ITV.comNFU responds to Newsnight story on vCJDNFU Online, UK - 21 hours agoProf Hugh Pennington, of Aberdeen University, said it was probable that the new cases, known as MV-gene cases, have a longer incubation period, ...UK braces for more CJD cases Nature.com (subscription) all 287 news articles
University of Aberdeen staff have raised a four figure donation for Grampian Kidney Research Association and Alzheimer Scotland.