This week we’ve searched our archives for some of the images of Aberdeen students making the best of university life hidden away in our archives.
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Research conducted by Aberdeen academics has found that eating a certain diet could lower stroke risk for women.
A trampolinist who is among the world’s elite in her sport has been nominated for a prestigious prize.
An Aberdeen inventor who helped create one of the most revolutionary pieces of medical equipment in history has died aged 77.
Thrillseekers will get the unique opportunity to take a zip-wire journey down part of Aberdeen's Union Street at an event this month.
William Henry Perkin, aged just 18 at the time, stumbled across the formula for a purple dye – which he named mauveine – while trying to develop a synthetic form of quinine which could be used in the treatment of malaria.
Historic paintings are being brought back to their former glory after a £60,000 donation was to an Aberdeen uni made to repair them.
A £10.5 million prostate cancer project led by a researcher at an Aberdeen university will use data to answer critical questions about the “under-researched” disease.
Queen guitarist Brian May is to help celebrate the work of a Victorian royal photographer.
Returning for its sixth year, May Festival promises to be bigger and better.
An Aberdeen university has achieved its highest ever position in a league table.
An Aberdeen university scheme is aiming to attract medical students into a career as a rural GP.
Students who staged a sit-in at an Aberdeen university have left the educational body with a security bill of more than £12,000.
An application to turn an 18th century house in Aberdeen into a pub has been recommended for approval.
An Aberdeen University festival has announced its programme of events.
Aberdeen students have been urged to stay vigilant and make sure their property is locked up to prevent thefts.
Several dead animals found on an Aberdeen beach may have been the victims of an attack by a bottlenose dolphin – according to a volunteer group.
A university has launched a scheme to attract students from poorer backgrounds.
Law students have beaten their cross city rivals in a mock trial competition.
Scientists have created what they say is the world’s first 3D thermal image of an active volcano.
A painting gifted to the University of Aberdeen has been identified as a £2 million work by a prominent Italian artist – more than 150 years after it was donated.
An Aberdeen university is looking for women to take part in a new study about diet.
A top Aberdeen petro-economist predicts more than £250 billion will be spent on North Sea oil and gas fields over the next three decades.
A pilot scheme designed to show medical students inside GP appointments is to be expanded.
The River Dee will come alive this weekend, as student rowers battle it out on the water tomorrow to claim glory at the 23rd annual Aberdeen Boat Race.
A new exhibition in Aberdeen will depict the changes in the oil industry during the last decade.
Aberdeen students have staged a sit-in protest after a university union dismissed a proposal for lecturers’ pensions.
Aberdeen researchers have identified a gene which could play a role in causing the most severe cases of club foot.
A record-breaking cyclist has prepped university staff to help them tackle Scotland’s equivalent of Route 66.
Students at a North-east university may have noticed two new furry faces around campus.