Aberdeen joins EU project MISSION to curb release of world's most potent greenhouse gas
A University of Aberdeen research centre has joined a European network to address the technology gap needed to curb the release of world's most potent greenhouse gas.
Women and people of colour overlooked as most identify white men as their heroes, study shows
Women and people of colour remain invisible to many in Britain and the USA as people pick white men as their heroes instead, according to a new study by the University of Aberdeen and University of Exeter.
New research explains how we decide who to trust - is this why we're so compelled by 'The Traitors?'
New research on how we make judgements on trustworthiness suggests we judge people by the company they keep.
Project aims to give new lease of life to batteries and critical elements
Researchers are leading a project that aims to develop a new method of recycling critical elements from electronic devices, reducing waste and ensuring a new lease of life for old smartphone and vehicle batteries along with other rare elements.
Study of decommissioned onshore gas field highlights hydrogen storage concerns
A study exploring the potential of a decommissioned gas field in Scotland as a major hydrogen store has highlighted concerns over potential leaks and recommended that it shouldn't be used.
Study shows moss could have starring role in pollution monitoring
A unique experiment that began in Aberdeen during the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed how the humble moss could be used by citizen scientists to monitor air pollution levels in urban environments worldwide.
Action needed now to avoid potential harms for future hip fracture patients
New research from the University of Aberdeen forecasts an upsurge in hip fracture patients within the next decade and an NHS shortfall of more than £25 million to meet this demand.
Energy Minister visits National Decommissioning Centre to mark fifth anniversary
The National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) has marked its fifth anniversary with a visit from Scotland's Minister for Energy and the Environment, Gillian Martin MSP.
Major research investment into national land use transformation
University of Aberdeen part of transdisciplinary hub looking to bridge the gap between science and policy to achieve Net Zero
Novel mechanism with potential to boost checkpoint blocking cancer immunotherapies identified
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen working on a partnership study that looks at how the immune system could help improve cancer treatment have found a potential new way to aid and develop better cancer therapies.
£2.6 million initiative to train next generation of mineral resource experts
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen will play a key role in a new initiative that aims to train the next generation of mineral resource experts to help the energy transition.
Exhibition plans to support the preservation of Gaelic song traditions
Research to highlight traditional forms of Gaelic singing has now been turned into an exhibition which will tour Hebridean communities in 2024 and 2025.
£500 to grow your collection...and its not too good to be true
Do you like collecting? Have you ever collected books, comic books, film posters, match tickets or even Pokémon cards?
What becomes of the broken hearted? 'Broken-heart syndrome' patients failed by current treatment
Medication currently given following takotsubo cardiomyopathy diagnosis - also known as broken-heart syndrome is ineffective.
PFAS may increase the risk of disease in unborn children, new study suggests
PFAS are chemicals that may cause cancer, diabetes, and other diseases. Research from Örebro University and the University of Aberdeen now suggests that these chemicals affect people as early as the fetal stage of development.
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