Tackling Fungal Infections: First staff appointed to Cape Town AFGrica Unit
A new ground-breaking fungal infection research unit run by the University of Aberdeen and University of Cape Town has appointed its first two scientists.
Life on Earth kept to darkness for much of history, study finds
Tiny creatures that lived in the dark - either underground or below the sea floor - were the dominant life forms on Earth for much of the planet's history, a study suggests.
Dr Brian May and Prof Roger Taylor to launch new book dedicated to George Washington Wilson in Aberd
Queen musician will appear at the University in his capacity as photographic historian and Director of The London Stereoscopic Company for the launch of a new book dedicated to George Washington Wilson.
New study finds that fat consumption is the only cause of weight gain
New study examines fat, protein and carbs to see which causes weight gain.
Rowett scientists examining ways to prevent or postpone Type 2 Diabetes
Volunteers required for Diabetes study
World's biggest ceilidh band attempt by University-based charity
University of Aberdeen-based charity, Scottish Culture & Traditions Association, involved in world record attempt
Understanding how the heart is created could help heal it in later life
Understanding how the heart is built in the womb could help develop drugs and techniques to repair it in adult life, according to University of Aberdeen researchers
DNA tests have potential to transform next 70 years of NHS care, experts say
Patients in Scotland could benefit from a revolution in personalised healthcare, thanks to major investments in gene sequencing technology.
New project to tackle major cause of blindness
A condition which is the fourth most common cause of blindness is to be tackled by a new research project led by the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian.
Triple University of Aberdeen connection to Order of the Thistle Ceremony
This year's Order of the Thistle ceremony will have a strong University of Aberdeen connection.
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Boogie noches: how erotic cinema boom in 1970s helped shape modern Spain
Five facts that show we know too little about fungi, and their harmful effects on human health
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The hunt for life on Mars: new findings on rock 'chimneys' could hold key to success
Does eating at night make you fat?
Jaundice in newborns could be an evolutionary safeguard against death from sepsis