Students at Aberdeen's universities have praised them for helping combat mental health problems
A campaign group to save a beleaguered Aberdeen landmark has teamed up with university students.
A celebration of midwives is to take place at an Aberdeen university this weekend.
An Aberdeen scientist has been awarded a £250,000 fellowship to carry out Parkinson’s research.
Pupils have joined forces with architecture students to design their ideal playground.
City students showed their credentials as budding Lewis Hamiltons by going head-to-head in a racing challenge.
Two Aberdeen universities were due to be lit up blue today in support of those with Parkinson’s.
A pub worker has led a team of north-east cheerleaders to national success in a series of championships.
Aberdeen's universities have taken part in an annual legal debate.
Plans have been launched to install CCTV at a new £1.5 million digital hub being created in the city centre.
A new study into how those on limited income cope with long-term health conditions has been launched by two city organisations.
A lecturer will give a talk on issues facing the future young workforce.
Their efforts are part of the nationwide Save a Life for Scotland campaign, which aims to ensure 500,000 more people are able to perform CPR by next year.
Students’ suggestions for breathing new life into a north-east railway line have gone on display.
An Aberdeen university is to host an architecture conference on the impact of climate change.
The first of several new international researchers has started at a university.
A group of Aberdeen students are revving up plans to race a car they have designed themselves.
An Aberdeen university's study to investigate the impact Brexit is having on mental health begins this month.
An inspirational Aberdeen student midwife’s hard work has delivered her success.
A former Aberdeen university principal who resigned amid controversy has received a pay-off of more than £237,000, it has been revealed.
An architecture student has won a garden design competition - and her work will soon spring to life in Aberdeen.
After seven years in the field, Amy Duthie went back to school to further her love for nursing.
A north-east woman who is battling a long-term illness and had two major operations let nothing stand in her way of achieving her second degree.
Nearly 400 school pupils gathered at the Tivoli theatre to celebrate a project that saw youngsters designing their ideal shop for Union Street.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of Aberdeen’s university winter grads over the years. Do you recognise anyone in this gallery?
A university student is hoping to empower pregnant women with a new business.
An Aberdeen university has announced it will join a worldwide fundraising initiative.
A team of Aberdeen architecture students will travel to Japan next month as part of an international competition.
A group of students are to come together to discuss the future of physiotherapy in Scotland at an event in Aberdeen
A new Aberdeen uni masterclass series honouring the memory of a 16-year-old boy looks to celebrate the professional relationship between health care professionals.