Parents asked to complete 50-year-old asthma survey
Parents of children attending primary schools across Aberdeen are being reminded to fill in questionnaires that will help University of Aberdeen researchers build a picture of asthma prevalence in the city.
Link uncovered between ill health and performance related pay
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have identified a link between ill health and performance-related pay in a paper to be published today in the journal Oxford Economic Papers.
Obese volunteers sought for appetite study
University of Aberdeen scientists investigating the role of fibre in supporting weight loss are seeking volunteers.
Internet Enabled: But where is your personal information going?
Your mobile phone, your TV, your central heating, even your fridge - these days it seems every appliance is connected to the internet. But what information are these devices gathering? Who is gathering it? And what are they going to do with it?
Project uncovers important scientific instruments hidden in University museum collections
Museums project discovers hidden gems in University's vast collection of scientific instruments
Transport innovation receives £1m boost
The University of Aberdeen has been announced as one of the winners in a new programme to help accelerate the commercialisation of great ideas from British universities.
Venture Prize award brings artificial bone nearer to patient use
Scientists developing a material that mimics bone have won a major venture prize that takes their pioneering product a step closer to being used in patients.
Law expert inputs to major Russian energy review
An international review of Russia's energy sector to be presented in Moscow, has been advised by the University of Aberdeen's Centre for Energy Law.
Aberdeen leads successful Scottish bid to host European Researchers Night
The University of Aberdeen has led a successful bid to host Scotland's European Researchers Night for the next two years.
Do we only sing when we're winning? Scientific study of World Cup supporters
As World Cup fever grips the globe, psychologists are asking if football fans feel more affinity with their team if they are winning.
Gut scientists from across the globe gather for Aberdeen conference
The 9th Joint Symposium on Gut Microbiology organised by the Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health, University of Aberdeen, Scotland (UK) and the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Clermont-Ferrand-Theix (France) will begin at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre today (Monday June 16).
Changing diet, exercise, men-only groups and humour may be recipe for tackling male obesity
Fewer men join weight loss programmes but are more likely than women to stick with them, according to analysis of international obesity studies led by University of Aberdeen researchers.
University endorses ARRIVE guidelines
The University has recently endorsed the ARRIVE guidelines, released by NC3Rs in relation to research involving use of animals.
Is war good for science?
The late Edwin Starr, in his infinite wisdom, once wrote that war is good for absolutely nothing, but is that strictly true?
Express your emotions to help new research project
Scottish volunteers are needed for a project using new technology to measure how we express emotion.
Gluten-free study calls for volunteers
Scientists are investigating if following a gluten-free diet is beneficial to health.
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