Magnetic Resonance Imaging - or MRI scanning - is in the bones of the University of Aberdeen’s Biomedical Physics department. It is one of the great ‘good news’ stories for the University and for the city of Aberdeen. MRI was developed here and emanated across the world, saving millions of…
Dr Richard Mounce from the University’s Centre for Transport Research gives an overview of the ESPRIT stackable cars project after it featured as a topic of discussion on The Grand Tour.
In a recent episode of The Grand Tour, (Series 3 Episode 10) Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond…
Professor Donald Hislop of the University of Aberdeen Business School considers opportunities and challenges facing the NHS regarding adoption of digital technology.
From the use of smartphone Apps, telephone or video appointments, the automation of diagnostic imaging via artificial intelligence, and robot-augmented surgery, digital technologies have the potential to transform…
Professor Corri Black explains how when it comes to implementing Artificial Intelligence in healthcare, fine-tuning the technology is only part of the challenge.
For some, Artificial Intelligence conjures up images of a dystopian future where the cyborgs have taken over. For others it’s just the stuff in our mobile phone…
On Friday I was proud to represent the University at the opening of the National Decommissioning Centre, a long-term £38m partnership between the University and the Oil & Gas Technology Centre.
Based at the University’s former Oceanlab research facility in Newburgh, the NDC will work in partnership with companies to…
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