700th anniversary of Pope's reply to Arbroath Declaration marked
700 years ago today (August 28), the Pope responded to the Declaration of Arbroath, the document attempting to confirm Scotland's status as an independent sovereign state.
Student earns prestigious award for her work on 'misunderstood' pain syndrome
An Aberdeen student has been awarded a prestigious prize recognising 'outstanding academic excellence in postgraduate researchers' for her work on one of the least understood pain syndromes in medicine today.
'It must have been something I ate': new technique to pinpoint source of food poisoning
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have developed a new technique which could help to identify the source of food poisoning or infection more quickly and accurately than current methods.
Practical tool for helicopter pilots takes off after three-year study
A new system designed to recognise the non-technical skills required by the helicopter pilots flying search and rescue missions and those who fly workers to offshore installations, has been developed by the University of Aberdeen.
New research demonstrates reforestation benefits
Actively restored tropical forests recover above ground biomass faster than areas left to regenerate naturally after being logged, according to new research led by the Universities of Dundee and Aberdeen and ETH Zürich.
Bus emission target unreachable without immediate move to electric
New research from The University of Aberdeen has found that buses should be converted to electric and hydrogen in order to meet emission targets.
University signs agreement to develop Covid-19 ventilator in Africa
A ventilator developed by space scientists at the University of Aberdeen is to be used in the fight against Covid-19 in Africa.
UK study finds ibuprofen does not increase risk of death from Covid-19
A new study conducted during the height of UK hospital admissions from Covid-19 has found that the regular use of painkillers including ibuprofen, naproxen and diclofenac did not increase the risk of death from the disease.
£230,000 project to study impact of peatland fires on global CO2 levels.
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen will travel to the Falkland Islands as part of a £230,000 research project that aims to help better understand the impact of peatland fires on global CO2 levels.