An appeal for volunteers has been made to help make a difference to a number of projects in the north-east.
A bestiary held by Aberdeen University is being displayed for the first time at a Los Angeles exhibition.
An Aberdeen academic has told of the importance of voting in the EU elections despite Brexit uncertainty.
An anti-abortion group has been recognised as an official society under a university student association.
Students at Aberdeen's universities have praised them for helping combat mental health problems
A WORLD leader wrote to a city university claiming his decision to bring in new laws to punish gay sex and adultery had been misunderstood.
A filmmaker is set to make an appearance at a north-east festival.
People will get the chance to learn more about the Scottish Traveller community at a popular festival.
Aberdeen medics are on the lookout for women to help test a new scanner which it is hoped will revolutionise cancer diagnosis.
A study by Aberdeen University has found that women are no more likely to have a stillbirth just because their mother may have had one.
Uncovering the secrets of the Vikings, discovering more about Chinese culture and learning how to make snot are all part of an eclectic mix of an Aberdeen festival’s schools programme.
A man has been charged following a racist incident during an amateur football match in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen university group is aiming to reduce deaths in the farming sector – by looking at the airline industry.
A feminist public figure will speak to audiences in Aberdeen.
Scientists at Aberdeen University have studied the sea to discover the route taken by hot fluids which feed a supervolcano in southern Italy.
Aberdeen’s very first dolphin festival is set to make a splash tonight as a renowned wildlife cameraman gives a talk.
Police are appealing for people to come forward with information after a university football team abandoned a match over an “extremely offensive racial slur”.
A group of Aberdeen scientists are on the lookout for volunteers to help them “knit the elements”.
A row over commercial kelp dredging on Scotland’s west coast has inspired a new research project from an Aberdeen university.
An Aberdeen student group has welcomed their university’s decision to revoke an honorary degree from the Sultan of Brunei after a human rights row.
"The Aberdeen archive offers a rich portrait of the people who made up the town such as Canny Leis, who was punished for flinging the contents of a toilet bucket over a fellow townsperson, or the ruthless John Rutherford, who reneged on his uncle’s dying wish and set his dogs loose on a rival neighbour’s sheep".
A public consultation has been launched into a proposed new bicycle hire scheme in the north-east.
A talented Aberdeen student who planned to move to America to get engaged to his sweetheart has died, aged 22.
Two Aberdeen universities were due to be lit up blue today in support of those with Parkinson’s.
As well as the donation, the Cormack Family Foundation will also become the principal sponsors of CLAN’s annual fundraising ball for the next five years.
A feisty feline has been featured in a new book detailing “beloved” campus cats around the world.
Aberdeen's universities have taken part in an annual legal debate.
A study supported by an Aberdeen university has shown the decrease in HPV after regular vaccination.
Leading academics from an Aberdeen university have been appointed to a prestigious body.
An Aberdeen university has taken the first steps in revoking an honour given to a world leader who advocates the killing of gay people.