Medical students will spend more time working alongside family doctors in an effort to help solve chronic GP shortages.
A north-east academic behind a global initiative to commemorate the First World War has warned the conflict is at risk of being “dropped from our collective memory”.
A governor of Aberdeen University was paid tens of thousands of pounds in expenses to commute to meetings from the other side of the world.
Ceremonies will be held across the north-east for remembrance Sunday.
An Aberdeen University academic has contributed to new resources to help school pupils understand the impact of the First World War.
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) at 12 Scottish universities will walk out over pension, pay and working disputes.
An Aberdeen University archaeologist has been awarded £100,000 to advance her pioneering work exploring modern Scots' ancestors through the study of their bone chemistry.
One of Scotland's most renowned authors has taken up a new post as senior lecturer in creative writing at Aberdeen University.
A late Paul Esslemont goal booked Huntly an Aberdeenshire Shield Quarter-Final home tie with Turriff United with a 3-2 victory over junior side Aberdeen University.
North-east youngsters are preparing to put their maths, physics and engineering skills to the test as part of an oil and gas project.
A group of Aberdeen residents are still waiting to find out if they will be forced to leave their homes.
Aberdeen University will be the venue for a festival of social science next month.
The extraordinary life of an Aberdeen woman who wrote a book about botany will be celebrated during Book Week Scotland.
The mother of a teenager who took her own life has organised a new event to tackle gender-based violence against students across Scotland.
A Swedish author has written a book about adapting to life in the north-east of Scotland.
North-east robot and artificial intelligence organisations have been given funding to try and develop high-tech solutions to bone fractures.
Outrage as flyers handed out at Aberdeen University say ‘smiling and laughing’ are ‘possible signs of consent’
A student group has come under fire after issuing leaflets advising that smiling and laughter could be taken as "possible signs of consent".
He was the Aberdeen photographer who gained global exposure for his images of rugged landscapes, resplendent scenery and royalty.
North-east scientists tackling obesity have found that mice put on weight after consuming sugary drinks, but not after tucking into sweet food.
Robots at Aberdeen University are helping to give students a far more immersive education experience.
What do you think of when someone tells you they are a psychologist?
A TV wildlife presenter who made international headlines when she was snapped next to a huge jellyfish off the Cornish coast will deliver a talk on her conservation efforts in Aberdeen.
Dr Nick Fraser might spend most of his life surrounded by old bones, but there’s no way this effervescent Scot, who was passionate about palaeontology even before he started studying it at Aberdeen University, could be described as a fossil.
An Aberdeen University work has won an award from the US Shorts Film Festival in Los Angeles.
A new education centre has received a £100,000 boost to help improve the lives of young people across the north and north-east.
An Aberdeen University project in Malawi designed to provide additional training to African ministers has produced its first group of graduates.
A north-east science festival will go out with a bang at the weekend.
Prostate cancer kills 30 men in Britain every day, with projections that the figure could rise to 50 by 2035.
Hundreds of protestors gathered across Grampian and the Highlands today to highlight their concerns about climate change.
MSPs want to quiz Aberdeen's two universities on their plans to become "financially sustainable" after the sector’s struggles were laid bare in a new report.
Aberdeen University is celebrating a milestone 10-year anniversary with plans to launch a new drug facility in India.
A historic Aberdeen road has finally been restored to its former glory 16 months after the council provoked fury by carrying out a temporary repair using tarmac.