MSPs deliver record backing for Huntington's disease services expansion
A call to expand specialist services for families impacted by Huntington's disease (HD) has received unprecedented cross-party support from Scotland's parliamentarians.
Exhibition highlights 'forgotten' story of Jewish artists exploited by the Nazis
An outdoor exhibition dedicated to a little-known story of Jewish artists whose talent was exploited by the Nazis is now open at the University of Aberdeen's Cruickshank Botanic Garden.
Video game based on historical research brings medieval Aberdeen to life
A digital narrative game which will bring people face-to-face with life in Scotland during the Middle Ages has been launched.
New Covid test more than ninety-nine percent accurate
A new test developed by scientists at the University of Aberdeen using AI-assisted technology has proven to be almost one hundred percent accurate in detecting Covid antibodies.
'Mistrust' among main factors influencing Covid-19 vaccine uptake in ethnic minority groups
The main factors that influence Covid vaccine uptake among ethnic minority groups have been identified in a study published today.
University officially takes control of Science Teaching Hub
The University has officially taken over control of its new £35 million Science Teaching Hub from Robertson Construction Eastern.
Study reveals potential of blue hydrogen to play key role in energy transition
The application of modern carbon capture technologies that limit emissions associated with the production of blue hydrogen can play a crucial role in its success as a 'bridging technology' in the energy transition.