Aberdeen academics take up language leadership roles
As Scotland celebrates Languages Week for 2022, two university of Aberdeen academics have been appointed to key language leadership roles.
Scientists find link between antibiotics and colon cancer
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen, NHS Grampian and Queen's University Belfast have found that antibiotic use may increase the risk of developing colon cancer, potentially more so among younger people.
Female Bangladeshi garment workers bear the cost of Covid disruptions, new research finds
Women working in the Bangladesh garment industry have been heavily affected by the Covid pandemic and the associated disruptions in the sector, according to the findings of an international study published today.
Significant grant for world's first Field Cycling Imaging hospital scanner
The University of Aberdeen's world-first fully operational Field Cycling Imaging scanner and suite has received a generous grant from the Wolfson Foundation.
Major new study shows role beavers could play in restoring Scotland's rivers
Beavers could make an important contribution to improving the condition of Scotland's rivers, including helping to improve water quality and limiting the effects of drought.
Like social media feeds, our brains take a little while to update
Like our social media feeds, our brains are constantly uploading rich, visual stimuli. But instead of seeing the latest image in real time, we actually see earlier versions because our brain's refresh time is about 15 seconds, according to new research from scientists at the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Aberdeen.
New knowledge transfer partnership could energize Scotland's rural renewables provision
The University of Aberdeen has joined forces with one of Scotland's largest agricultural cooperatives in a new venture that could help farmers produce their own clean, green energy on a mass scale.