The Princess Royal has received an honorary degree for a lifetime of charity work – from her sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall.
University of Aberdeen
The Duchess of Cornwall will present an honorary degree to her sister-in-law the Princess Royal at the University of Aberdeen on Tuesday.
Black Isle man says hunt to find cure for Huntington’s disease a ‘privilege’ after taking him ‘from a real place of darkness’
A north man is one of only nine Scots picked for a clinical trial aimed at slowing down the devastating effects of Huntington’s disease.
A Peterhead breast cancer survivor has donated more than £17,000 to scientists working to find a cure for the disease.
Human remains found underneath an Aberdeen home were most likely buried by a medical student trying not to fall foul of the law, experts have established.
Archaeologist describes ‘eureka’ moment as skeleton found on Black Isle dating back to Pictish times
A skeleton discovered during a Highland excavation dates back to Pictish times, archaeologists have revealed.
A north-east dance agency is investing in a historic city building which was previously used to study anatomy.
Dozens of girls from schools throughout the UK have arrived in Aberdeen for a conference designed to attract more young women into engineering careers.
Industry is changing – are you ready? Rapid technological advancements are changing the way businesses operate across the globe. This is predicted to reduce the number of workers required for certain roles. So, is the 4th Industrial Revolution underway? The World Economic Forum thinks so.
A year-long programme of workshops aim to build a sense of community in north-east towns for people new to the area.
Archaeologists are to excavate an area of Aberdeenshire they believe will reveal important secrets of the past.
An Aberdeen graduate is looking forward to returning to university after the summer to continue learning.
Swapping the Isle of Skye for Aberdeen was an “amazing” experience for 22-year-old graduate Kirsty MacDougall.
Dr Andrea Woolner said yesterday she was “absolutely delighted” to discover she had been awarded a PhD at Aberdeen University.
Aberdeen University welcomed back one of its most distinguished alumni yesterday as Dame Sue Black was awarded an honorary doctorate.
It was a day to remember for students at Aberdeen University yesterday as they were rewarded for years of hard work during the week’s first graduation ceremony.
One of the country’s finest comic actors, and the man who brought history and archaeology into the living rooms of the nation, was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters during a ceremony at Aberdeen University.
Aberdeen mum celebrates graduation with a little help from her study buddy daughter
A ground-breaking surfer from the north-east reflected on a “bittersweet” day after overcoming tragedy to complete her degree.
An Aberdeen University professor has been celebrated with a special concert in recognition of his 70 years of service.
A body was discovered near Aberdeen University today.
A stunning new image shows how the heart of Aberdeen could be transformed to make it truly cycle friendly.
Overweight men in the north-east are being invited to take part in a study which aims to find ways of decreasing the risk of heart disease.
An Aberdeen University professor has created a new online database documenting the lives of those who took part in the Scottish exodus to North America.
North-east Scots, usually known as ‘the Doric’ or ‘Toonser’ has been the subject of a new documentary, made by the University of Aberdeen’s Elphinstone Institute.
An inspirational teacher has received an award for leadership for “going above and beyond” in her work at a north-east school.
Two universities have teamed up to address the shortage of home economics teachers across the north-east.
Jo Strathdee seems comfortable dealing with stress or having the weight of the world on her shoulders.
Academics in the north-east have introduced a contemporary PhD to help doctorate students with their future careers.
Queen guitarist Brian May is to help celebrate the work of a Victorian royal photographer.
Professor George Boyne to take over as University of Aberdeen’s principal and vice-chancellor from August
The University of Aberdeen has appointed Professor George Boyne as its new principal and vice-chancellor from August.
Scientists have created what they say is the world’s first 3D thermal image of an active volcano.