Archaeologists will return to a site in Crathes this weekend to search for further evidence of Deeside’s ancient settlers.
An Aberdeen University student is using a milestone birthday to raise funds for mental health charities.
An Aberdeen University graduate controversially locked up abroad is facing an extended period behind bars.
An Aberdeen University graduate controversially locked up abroad will today find out if he is allowed to return to Scotland.
A historic Aberdeenshire castle has provided the inspiration for a local composer’s new piece of orchestral music.
Police looking into sick Snapchat group which asked for indecent pictures of female Aberdeen students
Police are trying to establish the extent of a "perverted" social media group set up to harvest indecent images of women who attend university in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen University will become one of the few universities in Scotland to scrap graduation fees.
Women attending university in Aberdeen have been targeted by a "disgusting" social media group which asks men to share indecent images of female students.
Women attending university in Aberdeen have been made the target of a secret Snapchat group, calling themselves "the Brohood", which asks members to share indecent pictures of female students.
Universities in Scotland have racked up a bill of almost £50million by paying off more than 1,550 staff in the last few years, it can be revealed.
The father of a Nobel Prize Peace Prize winner is set to visit Aberdeen University.
More than 20,000 Scots have registered to donate their body to medical science on their death.
Aberdeen University has announced plans to "export its expertise in teaching and research" by creating a new £100million campus in the Middle East.
Aberdeen University has become part of a new £19.76m research project aimed at tackling the problem of stunting in children.
A Deeside community has been given nearly £25,000 of funding to delve into one of the most ignominious chapters in Scottish history.
Universities in the north of Scotland are spending thousands of pounds every month on items including takeaway pizza, coffee and bouquets of flowers.
A painting which spent centuries at Aberdeen University before its legendary origins were revealed has gone on public display for the first time in living memory.
A musical group hoping to create mini-operas for pupils across Aberdeen have £2,000 left to raise to ensure their project can go ahead.
An Aberdeen University student has showed her prowess in a surgical competition.
Explorer who went missing in Papua New Guinea will tell tales of jungle adventure at Aberdeen University
A courageous adventurer who hit headlines across the globe after he went missing in the jungles of Papua New Guinea will return to his old university in Aberdeen next month to inspire a new generation of students.
Group of leading doctors call for surgeons to attend ‘ego classes’ or be banned from operating tables
Arrogant surgeons who bully patients and staff should attend "ego classes" or be banned from the operating table, a group of leading Scottish doctors have said.
A family of otters has been caught on film near Huntly as part of a project to highlight Scotland's rich array of wildlife.
An academic is calling for greater awareness of the role played by a north-east farmer’s son involved in post war talks to create a new world order.
He was one of Scotland’s most renowned historians and art lovers.
The biscuit preferences of Aberdonians could be the unusual starting point for a revolution in the food industry.
The Duchess of Rothesay praised the resilience of the people of Aberdeen as she visited the city yesterday.
A leading north-east politics professor says the most likely Brexit scenario is that powerless MPs will “just kick the can down the road” for a few months and nothing will really change.
OPINION: I’m not ignoring you, just wondering what your brain looks like: a scientist’s quest to combat Alzheimer’s
It is an occupational hazard that when I meet new people, whilst I am genuinely interested in what they are saying, a small part of my thoughts stray into wondering what their brain looks like.
A university lecturer has been forced into early retirement after having a lung removed in a life-saving cancer operation.
Academics from Aberdeen University have helped unearth the dangerous impact of missing GP appointments.
Dieting and exercise regimes can deliver success, but surgery remains the most effective weight loss treatment for severely obese adults, according to a study by Aberdeen University.
Thousands of students have been caught cheating or plagiarising in the past five years.