The following students graduate today:
The following students graduate from Aberdeen University today:
Aberdeen University has revealed that hundreds of students have "experienced or witnessed" sexual violence and harassment on campus.
A new study has revealed the massive impact of football on the health of people across Scotland and on the nation's economy.
A growing number of women in the UK are seeking financial advice, according to a new study by Investec Wealth & Investment (IW&I).
An Aberdeen children’s charity has published figures detailing the positive impact it has had over the past 17 years.
A group of Aberdeen children, born in the 1950s, could hold the key to finding better ways to treat depression.
An Aberdeen University academic has been awarded £2million to lead a study into the use of soil in combating global warming.
North-east scientists are looking for fish-loving volunteers to take part in a study into the health of South Asian men and women.
A new study is being carried out to look at the social and cultural importance of small airports to local communities.
Around 130,000 people tackle Ben Nevis every year, but most will never see the secret life hidden away on its rugged North Face.
Hundreds of Aberdeen schoolchildren who took part in a pioneering study more than half a century ago were reunited at the weekend.
Women gain weight more easily than men because their brains are wired differently.
A study has shown that counting the number of moles on your arm could indicate if you will have a form of cancer.
Researchers are looking for volunteers to help them find ways of fighting obesity - and people who over-indulged during the festive season may be the ideal guinea pigs.
People living on Skye are being invited to take part in a project looking at the history of marriage in Scotland over the past 160 years.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in finding out the cause of a rare childhood cancer which could lead to more effective treatments.
Cheese-lovers who enjoy a nibble after a late-night dinner can breathe a sigh of relief, as scientists have dispelled the myth it can cause nightmares.
Aberdeen scientists are hoping to prove that fibre could hold the key to helping people lose weight.
Researchers from Oxford University have been inundated with north-east volunteers for a major genetics study.