Threatened seabirds have better survival chance if they migrate for winter
Extreme storms on the east coast of Scotland are hitting the survival chances of threatened seabirds who do not migrate for the winter, according to research by the University of Aberdeen and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH).
£375k study launched to explore experiences of 'long Covid'
A new £375,000 study led by the University of Stirling in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen, is seeking to understand the lived experiences and support needs of people suffering from the long-term effects of Covid-19.
Inequality in medieval city 'recorded on the bones' of residents
A study led by a bioarchaeologist who has recently joined the University of Aberdeen has revealed that social inequality was "recorded on the bones" of medieval residents living in a UK city.
Covid delays in IVF treatment has biggest impact on women over 40
Delays to IVF treatment brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic could reduce the amount of live births in women over 40 by almost a quarter.
Aberdeen leading the field with new Energy Transition degree
The University of Aberdeen has today launched the UK's first postgraduate degree programme in Energy Transition Systems and Technologies.
Aberdeen research creates a buzz among 'citizen scientists'
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have enlisted the help of thousands of bumblebee enthusiasts from across the UK to help inform the latest research into the best pollinating plants to have in garden.
University start-up secures more than £1m in new funding
A University start-up has secured £1.24m in funding from leading investors to help develop its cutting edge 'lab on a chip' technology.
Climate change linked to decline of migratory Arctic fish
Climate change is proving a major risk to one of Canada's vital fish species according to new research published in Nature Climate Change.