The myths and misconceptions of the human microbiome
A new article from an Aberdeen academic looking at the myths and misconceptions around the human microbiome has been published in Nature Microbiology.
'World-class' study highlights CCUS potential for North Sea 'super basin'
A research study led by the University of Aberdeen has identified areas of a North Sea gas 'super basin' with the greatest potential for storing industrial carbon emissions, a key aim of the energy transition.
Groundwater pollution remains elevated in River Ythan catchment but on track for recovery
Groundwater nitrate levels in the River Ythan catchment continue to breach environmental limits in some areas and pose a threat to local wildlife in the Ythan estuary, a new study has found.
University shortlisted for sustainability research initiatives
Two transformative initiatives from the University of Aberdeen have been shortlisted for a prestigious sustainability award.
New software tool to enable faster repairs to energy infrastructure
A new software tool that could enable a significant reduction in the time it takes to create engineering models for oil and gas platform and pipeline repairs has been developed by scientists at the University of Aberdeen, working with digital asset management solutions provider GDi Ltd.
Aberdeen archaeologist assists in recovery of fallen WW2 soldiers
A University of Aberdeen archaeologist has been part of a team of specialists involved in the recovery of World War Two casualties from the Owen Stanley Mountain Range, Papua New Guinea.
Digital Museum lets visitors explore Yup'ik life in the past with help from local community today
Extraordinary archaeological discoveries from a frozen 16th century Alaskan village on the shores of the Bering Sea can now be viewed online for the first time.