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Diseased dolphins at risk of starvation use muscles to survive
Diseased dolphin populations are using their muscles as an energy source to survive, a conservation study which analysed their metabolism has found.
Appeal launched for students and scholars affected by war in Ukraine
An urgent fundraising appeal has been launched to help support students and scholars who have been displaced by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
'Painkiller advice for pregnant women should always be followed' as use linked to newborn problems
Researchers have called for medical advice about the use of painkillers during pregnancy to be reassessed after a new study found pregnant women who use over-the-counter analgesics are around one and a half times more likely to have a baby with health issues.
Cabinet Secretary visits Rowett to hear about food research
Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Islands Mairi Gougeon MSP visited the Rowett Institute to hear about innovative research in food science.
REF results highlight success of Aberdeen's Theology and Public Health research
Results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 - a discipline-based expert review process - were announced today (Thursday May 12).
Scholarship support for students impacted by events in Afghanistan
The University of Aberdeen is offering scholarship opportunities to new students impacted by the situation in Afghanistan.
International speakers offer cross-sectoral 'view from the bridge' at New Era of Business conference
A former communications director in the United States Senate and a special adviser to the United Nations will be among the high-profile international speakers sharing their views on the future of work, business and society during a conference in Aberdeen next month.
Net zero is critical - but not enough, audiences told at annual lecture
Adapting to the world's changing climate as well as reducing emissions as part of a low carbon future will come under the spotlight in the University of Aberdeen's annual RV Jones Lecture.
University professor appointed as a Chaplain to The Queen
The University of Aberdeen's Professor John Swinton has been appointed as a Chaplain to Her Majesty The Queen.
Diabetes almost doubles risk of death from Covid
People with diabetes were almost twice as likely to die with Covid and almost three times as likely to be critically or severely ill compared to those without diabetes.
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