Using strength of Greek sun makes sense
Using solar panels in the tourism industry in countries like Greece and Cyprus will not only help reduce carbon emissions but also significantly reduce costs, research has found.
Pre-birth steroids reduce chance of death in premature twins
Giving steroids to women pregnant with twins at risk of premature delivery reduces the chance of infant death and respiratory distress syndrome, according to a new review of existing studies by the University of Aberdeen.
Academics' expert evidence included in parliament paper
Evidence given by two University of Aberdeen academics to a UK Parliament Committee regarding Retained EU law following Brexit has been referenced extensively in the Committee's resulting recommendations to the UK Government.
Professor John Swinton elected a Fellow of the British Academy
The University of Aberdeen's Professor John Swinton has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy.
Hooded capuchin monkey at higher risk of extinction than realised
The hooded capuchin monkey has been identified as being at a higher risk of extinction than scientists previously realised following University of Aberdeen and Fundación Para La Tierra research in Paraguay.
Scholarship to take doctor to US to explore health system organisation
A University of Aberdeen medical graduate has secured a prestigious scholarship which will take him to the US to explore health system organisation and delivery.
People at most risk from obesity often not represented by weight management trials
Clinical trials of treatments for obesity are unlikely to include, or report results, for participants from groups who are most at risk of more serious obesity, new research led by the University of Aberdeen has revealed.
Are you going to eat that? Study reveals dog faeces are significant part of foxes' diet
A study that analysed the diet of red foxes in the Scottish Highlands has found that dog faeces are a significant part of their diet, the first time that such a connection has been detected anywhere in the world.
Research contributes to call at Westminster for new fashion watchdog
UK politicians will this week debate the need for a fashion watchdog, one of the central recommendations to come from studies carried out by University of Aberdeen researchers.
Global warming may not be as bad for animal reproduction as thought, study suggests
Animals are more likely to mate in warmer environments, a study analysing the impact of climate change on reproductive behaviour has found.
4th in UK for student satisfaction - NSS survey
The University of Aberdeen has been ranked 4th in the UK - and 2nd in Scotland - for overall student satisfaction, out of 122 UK higher education institutions, in this year's National Student Survey (NSS).
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