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Scientists explain the 'pandemic time-warp' and find who is most affected
Since the pandemic GPs are increasingly reporting that patients find it difficult to give an exact history of their illness. This unexpected effect of the pandemic prompted researchers from the University of Aberdeen to investigate what is causing this and who may be most affected.
First Mars water attempt relaunched on Japan mission
An attempt to create liquid water on Mars for the first time has been resurrected after it was confirmed that technology developed at the University of Aberdeen will be included in the next Japanese mission to Mars.
Shepherd sponsors prizes for students on Real Estate course
Shepherd Chartered Surveyors is sponsoring two prizes for students on the University of Aberdeen Business School Real Estate course.
Alternatives to hospital admissions for children insufficient, new report claims
There are record numbers of unwell children being admitted to Scottish hospitals and the current new alternatives being used are insufficient, a new University of Aberdeen study concludes.
ONE BioHub launches, marking a new life sciences research commercialisation milestone for the region
Officially opened today, the £40 million ONE BioHub is the iconic new location for life sciences in Aberdeen.
The majority of thyroid patients still suffering years on from diagnosis
Diagnosis is only the start of a lengthy journey for the majority of thyroid disease patients, according to new research exploring people's experience of living with the condition.
Inspiring a long-lasting love of language learning
Learning a new language is said to boost brain power, improve memory, enhance multi-tasking ability and improve performance in other academic areas.
North-east breast cancer team launches fundraising event
Colleagues working together from NHS Grampian and the University of Aberdeen have launched plans for a local fundraising event which will see money raised invested directly into breast cancer trials and studies here in the North-east.
AI project aims to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland
A new project aims to use artificial intelligence to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland, helping the country meet its net zero targets and powering thousands more homes and businesses each year.
Principal calls on Holyrood to name Aberdeen as new investment zone
The Principal of the University of Aberdeen has urged Scottish politicians to consider the city region as one of the UK Government's planned 'investment zones' north of the border.
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