ECLS trial shows reduction in late-stage diagnoses of lung cancer
Lung cancer affects more than 5000 people every year in Scotland and within a year 4000 have died, usually because the diagnosis is made too late for curative treatment.
Multi-million investment in six new research projects to investigate Covid-19 and ethnicity
The University of Aberdeen is leading one of six new projects to improve our understanding of the links between Covid-19 and ethnicity, funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
It's oh so quiet - lockdown sees worldwide drop in seismic noise
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have helped establish that Covid-19 lockdown measures led to a 50 per cent reduction in seismic noise observed around the world in early to mid-2020.
Aberdeen researchers join data experts to tackle UK's biggest health care challenges
Data specialists at the Aberdeen Centre for Health Data Science which includes NHS Grampian and the University of Aberdeen will receive funding of up to £400,000 over two years to join a national network of experts who are working to address some of the biggest challenges facing health and care...
Building an understanding of diabetes with Minecraft
The hugely popular virtual construction game Minecraft is being used to teach young people about diabetes by researchers from the University of Aberdeen.
New national study into the long-term health impacts of COVID-19 launched
A major UK research study into the long-term health impacts of COVID-19 on hospitalised patients has been launched today involving researchers from the University of Aberdeen.
Researchers at University of Aberdeen looking for fertility feedback
Fertility experts at the University of Aberdeen are appealing for couples to share their experiences of using an online tool which calculates their predicted chances of having a baby following IVF treatment.
Evidence for rapid growth of 'orthodox' Anglican churches in sub Saharan Africa questioned
New research published by an Aberdeen academic has drawn into question claims that churches in the global south have experienced a growth in new converts as a result of their 'orthodoxy', particularly when it comes to the LGBTQ movement.