Aberdeen academic named Food and Drink Scientist of the Year
Dr Wendy Russell from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute was named Food and Drink Scientist of the Year at a prestigious award ceremony last night (Thursday).
University welcomes first students to Qatar campus
The University of Aberdeen has welcomed the first students to its campus in Doha, Qatar.
Award winning Scottish research could pave the way for 'low-emission cattle'
Scottish study wins internationally respected research prize
Hope for couples suffering IVF miscarriage
Women who miscarry during their first full round of IVF are more likely to have a baby after further treatment than women who don't get pregnant at all.
Celebrating our future leaders
Event held to celebrate Leadership students
Chemotherapy pain could be eased by jetlag drug, study suggests
Painful side effects from cancer medicines could be tackled with a drug that eases the effects of jetlag, research suggests.
Scientists locate potential magma source in Italian supervolcano
Scientists have found the first direct evidence of a so-called 'hot zone' feeding a supervolcano in southern Italy that experts say is nearing eruption conditions.
Cancer event kickstarts University's £4.5m cancer drive
Special event held to kickstart the University of Aberdeen's drive to raise £4.5m to transform cancer research and support the best cancer care in the north-east of Scotland.
Good Crop, Bad Crop
Learn more about how different crops affect our health at the Rowett Institute next week
Aberdeen scientists to undertake research into coastal marine communities in Antarctica
New study to examine how Antarctic seabed communities manage to exist for more than half the year in darkness
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It's time to accept carbon capture has failed – here's what we should do instead
Genetic home testing: why it's not such a great guide to your ancestry or disease risk
Are high heels bad for your health? Two experts review the evidence
Aaargh midges: but Scotland's bitey critters may hold the key to malaria
Iraq must now rebuild itself – and that means fixing its dreadful governance
Election guide: what you need to know about the Rwandan presidential poll