Aberdeen University will lead a global initiative to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Communities across the north-east are poised to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War today.
As the war raged on at the Western Front, back in Aberdeen a plan to create the first work camp for those men who chose not to fight was put in place.
A homelessness charity is to return to its roots for a fundraising ball celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Aberdeen-born poet Charles Hamilton Sorley is considered one of the most influential poets of the First World War.
A talk that will discuss growing up in Aberdeen in the 1960s is to take place.
Babies who are not yet born could help Aberdeen scientists improve the health of future generations.
A programme encouraging students into medicine has achieved a near-100% success rate in its first year.
An Aberdeen university has joined forces with a crime writer for an event looking at women's health.
Academics have used X-rays to visualise an Ancient Egyptian mummy that has been part of an Aberdeen university collection for more than 200 years.
A university event is set to bring to life the stories of ordinary people affected by the World War One.
An Aberdeen university has made its first major appointment as part of its £4.5 million campaign to install a world-class cancer research team.
An event which will discuss the first female medical graduates of an Aberdeen university is to take place.
New research into Pictish sites is revealing the origins of written communication in Britain.
Aberdeen University should improve the way it monitors students after a complaint, a watchdog has said.
Aberdeen uni researchers raise North Sea production forecast by 4 billion barrels in ‘bullish’ new report
Aberdeen University researchers have predicted a huge improvement in the UK North Sea’s prospects in a new report.
Smoking or being overweight during pregnancy causes ‘worrying changes’ to unborn babies, according to research from an Aberdeen university.
An Aberdeen academic has been inducted into a society of outstanding women.
Students have been welcomed to Aberdeen with open arms thanks to a successful campaign to keep them safe.
An appeal to the Scottish Government to overturn a ban on turning an 18th Century house into a pub has been rejected.
A talk is to be held discussing the first female medics to graduate from a city university.
A team of north-east researchers will lead a study into pain caused by arthritis.
A north-east swimming supremo has been announced as the keynote speaker at an employability conference.
An Aberdeen university is to hold a talk looking at the benefits and pitfalls of medicinal cannabis.
Hundreds of medical students have visited pupils at an Aberdeen primary school to speak about the possible health risks of too much screen time.
A north-east businessman and his family have donated more than £270,000 to a university medicine and business scholarship programme.
Newer contraceptive pills have been linked to a reduced ovarian cancer risk in young women, according to a study by Aberdeen researchers.
An Aberdeen university named the best in Scotland has been praised in parliament.
Aberdeen's universities are set to host a series of events to celebrate researchers.
Attentive staff help children at an Aberdeen university’s nursery, inspectors have said.