Professor Dame Anne Glover elected new President of Royal Society of Edinburgh
Professor Dame Anne Glover has been elected as the next President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Broadband study calls for action to connect the 'final few' in rural UK
Government should prioritise delivering superfast broadband to the 'final few' in rural communities across the UK or risk leaving them behind, according to a study by academics at the University of Aberdeen.
Learn about the Bennachie colonists at unique drama performance
Members of the public will have the opportunity to learn about the Bennachie colonists at a unique performance being held on Sunday, September 10.
Three Aberdeen graduates shortlisted for entrepreneur awards
Three University of Aberdeen graduates have been named in the 2017 shortlist of academic entrepreneurs for Scotland's leading company creation competition - the Converge Challenge.
Athletic men and men with diabetes sought for research study
Healthy, athletic men and men with type 2 diabetes are being sought by researchers trying to better understand the link between fat and blood sugar.
New funding to explore Aberdonian diet, health and nutrition through time
The University of Aberdeen has been awarded £10,000 to showcase how diet in the Granite City has changed throughout the centuries and its impact on the health and nutrition of Aberdonians.
High densities of fast food restaurants are not associated with high levels of obesity
New research from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of Aberdeen published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition suggests that higher densities of fast food (and full service) restaurants are NOT associated with higher levels of obesity in the USA.
From mother to child, food likes and dislikes: pregnant women sought for Rowett 'flavour' study
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute are looking for women who are between 16 and 32 weeks pregnant to taste a range of healthy flavoursome foods as part of a study looking at how babies develop their sense of taste.
Could painkillers be hiding serious arthritis condition from doctors?
Thousands of patients with an inflammatory arthritis condition might be being mis-diagnosed because the pain killers they take hide the problem from doctors.
Successful US arthritis walking programme inspires UK study
A new walking programme for adults with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions, made popular in the US, is to be trialled in the UK for the first time, led by researchers from the University of Aberdeen.
Scientists call for tougher laws on enforced high heel wear
More needs to be done to stop women having to wear high heels against their will, according to the most thorough review of scientific studies into the shoes.
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