New treatment for severe bleeding after injury does not show benefit in clinical trial
A new technique used to control severe bleeding in injured patients has been found to likely increase the risk of death, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Could ancient Peruvian crops promote a healthy gut and help those living with type 2 diabetes?
The Andes has traditionally been a source of excellent food and medicinal plants and now science is turning to ancient Peruvian crops to explore their benefits in preventing/treating type 2 diabetes and boost the gut health.
Historian's role in new Hitler and Goebbels film helps reveal the legacy of Nazi disinformation
A University of Aberdeen academic is the historical advisor to the first serious Hitler feature film in two decades. Shot in secret due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter, the film seeks to 'understand the manipulative strategies' used to devastating effect by Hitler and Goebbels, by stripping away...
Academic recognised for her contribution to Prussian history
The University's Professor Karin Friedrich has been presented with an award in recognition of her contribution to research of the history and culture of Prussia.
Youngest ever person in space returns to Earth (and campus)
In August, Anastatia Mayers made the journey of a lifetime into space with Virgin Galactic. Not only did the experience make her the youngest ever person in space, she's also part of the first mother-daughter duo to go into space together.
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