Aberdeen bone health expert honoured for osteoporosis work
One of the UK's top bone health specialists - and Emeritus Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Aberdeen - has been recognised for his commitment to osteoporosis and his work with the Royal Osteoporosis Society (ROS) in the New Year's Honours.
Capturing the changing sound of Christmas in 2020
2020 will be a Christmas like no other and a University sound artist is aiming to capture just how different it will be as part of a Covid 19 sound map.
New understanding about ancient branch of life on Earth
Aberdeen scientists have made an important discovery about a branch of ancient life which plays an important - if perhaps not fully understood role - in our world's ecosystem.
Missing 5,000-year-old piece of Great Pyramid puzzle discovered in cigar box in Aberdeen
A 'chance discovery' at the University of Aberdeen could shed new light on the Great Pyramid with museum staff uncovering a 'lost' artefact - one of only three objects ever recovered from inside the Wonder of the Ancient World.
Now let's take a look at the weather - 12,000 years ago
A landmark study led by the University of Aberdeen has provided the clearest ever picture of ancient weather patterns in Europe - and could improve models used to predict how climate change will affect the Continent in future.
Toddler toolkit which can identify speech and language problems to be rolled out
Health visitors across England are to be trained to use a toolkit which can identify very young children with speech, language and communication problems.
Aberdeen scientists lead £1.8million project to reduce spread of rodent-borne infections
The University of Aberdeen is leading an international collaboration of researchers in a new £1.8m project that aims to develop strategies to reduce disease transmission from rodents to humans.
Award nomination for project which has changed the face of Scotland's warrior kingdoms
Pioneering work led by the University of Aberdeen, which has revealed a new picture of Scotland's Pictish past, is in the running for a major archaeology award.