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Patrick Gordon from Aberdeen was the principal military instructor of Peter the Great of Russia. Robert Henderson designed the first iron lung, in Aberdeen, in 1933. Until 1858 Aberdeen had two universities, the same number as the whole of England. The Rowett Research Institute in Aberdeen has produced 3 Nobel Laureates. The University of Aberdeen Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies is the first of its kind in the world for graduate study and research on the history, language, literature and culture of Ireland and Scotland. Scientists at the University of Aberdeen developed the world's first underwater holographic camera, which can take three-dimensional pictures. The Robert Gordon University launched the UK's first degree course in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Aberdeen is the second most competitive location to do business in, in the UK. Aberdeen has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. The highest concentration of life scientists in Europe is to be found in the Aberdeen area. Sir Winston Churchill, recently voted the Greatest Briton of all time, was granted the Freedom of the City of Aberdeen in 1946. Almost half the recoverable oil reserves in the North Sea have still to be developed. The Shearwater Platform for Shell was the heaviest industrial structure to have been lifted in the UK. It is the deepest field at 17,500 feet below seabed and the hottest at 190 degrees C. Aberdeen has the busiest civilian heliport in the world. Union Bridge in the centre of Aberdeen is the largest single-span granite arch in the world. The Brig o' Balgownie is Scotland's oldest medieval bridge dating from 1286, although it took over 40 years to complete. Pittodrie Stadium was the first all seater stadium in Scotland. Aberdeen Football Club has been in existence since 1903. Denis Law, Scotland's joint top goal scorer, is an Aberdonian. The Music Hall can claim to be Aberdeen's first cinema.

Total Fina Elf set a number of records with the development of the Elgin field.

Professor Matthew Hay, Aberdeen’s City Medical Officer of Health, conceived the idea of a medical complex, centralizing all the different voluntary hospital services for Aberdeen on one large site.

The existing Royal Infirmary at Woolmanhill had been so absorbed into the city that there was no more room for expansion on that site.

The city’s maternity hospital is listed as having a “significant risk” for Legionella, along with Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Foresterhill Site Services.

Inverurie Health Centre is said to have a “high risk” of the bacteria which can cause Legionnaires’ disease.

There is not thought to be any risk to patient data.

An NHS Grampian spokeswoman said: “Basically, two GP practices were affected.

The actor who played him, James Doohan, has also been quoted as saying he based the character's accent on an Aberdonian he met whilst training in Catterick, Yorkshire, with the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War 2.

Just nine months after the first public demonstration of the kinematograph by the Lumieres brothers in Paris, 18 short films were shown on the 28th, 29th and 30th September 1896, including one that featured hand stencilled colour. Joseph Rank, the founder of the Rank Milling empire, learnt the milling trade in Aberdeen. Scotland's castle and whisky country has over 52 golf clubs, one for every week of the year. Aberdeen (see also Aberdeen In Bloom) has won the Britain in Bloom contest a record number of times. Planted in 1935, the maze in Hazlehead Park is Scotland's oldest. Water polo began around 1863 on the River Dee in Aberdeen, Scotland. Aberdeen is home to Scotland's largest permanent funfair. Star Trek's Scotty proudly proclaims himself as "an old Aberdeen Pub Crawler" in the episode titled "The Wolf in the Fold".

Four NHS Grampian sites have been listed as being at risk from Legionella – including Aberdeen Maternity hospital.