Researchers investigating how eating habits can change throughout our lifetime say habits from childhood may be difficult to change.
One of the first people in Scotland to take part in a new trial for Huntington’s disease says the programme, which is led by a scientist in Aberdeen, has taken him from a “real place of darkness”.
Aberdeen students will be offered a fast-track option to become professional accountants
Police are appealing for information following reports of a man shouting abuse from a van near Aberdeen University.
A north-east entrepreneur has come up with a plan to tackle plastic pollution by turning it into bricks for the construction industry.
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has partnered with volunteers to improve a number of nature reserves in Aberdeenshire to help ensure they continue to thrive.
An Aberdeen scientist has been recognised for his commitment to genetics research.
A new season of talks conducted by healthcare professionals is to begin in Aberdeen next month.
Aberdeen’s elite student rowers have silverware on their mind as the annual university boat race returns for its 25th anniversary outing on March 14.
An academy has received the highest honour that can be given to a scientist in China.
Aberdeen University researchers have discovered that a potentially deadly fungus can change its appearance to hide itself in the body.
Election results across the north-east could be difficult to predict, according to an Aberdeen academic.
More than £50 million will be invested in Aberdeen University after governors approved plans to “revitalise” the campus.
Students from Aberdeen’s universities have helped raise almost £60,000 for charity.
Aberdeen’s red squirrel population has increased, according to a survey.
Workers at Aberdeen University have begun the first of eight days of strike action amid rows over pensions, pay and working conditions.
Graduate Darren Spence left his job in Tesco to pursue a postgraduate degree in international business.
A graduate from Aberdeen University is now taking the next step of his career by moving south to study at Oxford.
An Aberdeen University graduate has made a potentially important contribution for identifying diseases in Latin American countries.
Legendary Dons captain Willie Miller has received his 66th cap – at Aberdeen University.
Hundreds of students have been awarded degrees at a special ceremony at Aberdeen University.
One graduate has told how he juggled childcare responsibilities with studying for a degree.
A father of four can't bring himself to stop researching, after graduating with an MLitt in medieval and early modern studies with commendation.
A proud Aberdeen University graduate is celebrating being awarded an MLitt in museum studies with distinction.
The family of a murdered Aberdeen boy have spoken of their “relief” after his killer lost his bid to get out of jail.
Dons legend Willie Miller will be honoured by Aberdeen University for his work on and off the pitch.
An Aberdeen university is set to hold a string of events to mark Global Entrepreneurship Week.
North-east residents suffering from Type 1 diabetes have been invited to take part in group discussions related to the condition.
Some household detergents, antiseptics and insecticides are potential environmental risk factors for an aggressive form of breast cancer, scientists say.
An Aberdeen academic who has led a global initiative to commemorate the First World War in new ways has claimed it is at risk of being forgotten.