First treatment for 'broken heart syndrome' trialled
The first ever treatment for broken heart syndrome, also known as takotsubo cardiomyopathy, is to be trialled by researchers at the University of Aberdeen.
Do you have printer's ink in your blood? Raban's descendants sought on 400th anniversary of printing
The printed word changed the world, bringing books and newspapers into circulation and providing a vehicle for sharing new ideas as well as science, history and culture.
Fatigue among arthritis sufferers relieved by physical activity and talking therapies
Physical activity and talking therapies can significantly improve fatigue in people with conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, axial spondylitis and lupus, a new University of Aberdeen study has found.
Rowett Institute receives £25m funding from Scottish Government
The Scottish Government has continued its investment in human nutrition and food science at the Rowett Institute with a funding boost worth £25 million over five years.
Hebridean study to explore disease and genes link
University expertise is contributing to a new genetic study in the Hebrides which could shed light on the causes of diseases such as stroke, diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Soil quality key to increasing crop production and resilience to climate change
New research has found that high-quality cropland soils limit losses in response to warmer climates and support higher yields.
Passion for Scott's storytelling takes Anna around the world
University of Aberdeen triple graduate Anna Fancett has returned to her alma mater to take up a position where she will be promoting the work of Walter Scott to school pupils.
University research inspires first Scottish commercial cold pressed hemp oil production
Cold pressed hemp oil has been commercially produced in Scotland for the first time, inspired by research taking place at the University of Aberdeen's Rowett Institute into the crop's nutritional, health and environmental benefits.
'Revolutionary' new Science Teaching Hub opened by renowned scientist and broadcaster
The University of Aberdeen's new £35 million Science Teaching Hub has been officially opened by renowned scientist and broadcaster Professor Chris Jackson.
New chapter for Aberdeen University Press
Aberdeen University Press (AUP) has entered a major new phase in its history by becoming an online and fully Open Access university press.
Empire, Slavery and Scotland's Museums: University curator contributes to new national guidance
A University curator has contributed to new national guidance which will shape how Scottish museums tell the story of the country's colonial past.
Fellowship provides new focus for Ukrainian historian fleeing the war
An academic whose work focuses on the historic ties between Poland and Ukraine is drawing on modern day connections between the two countries to settle into Aberdeen after fleeing the ongoing war in her homeland.
University moves up one place in the UK in QS World University Rankings
The University of Aberdeen has improved its standing within the UK in the latest QS World University Rankings, moving up to 27th in the UK.
Brain changes linked to emotion discovered in mysterious Takotsubo syndrome
Changes in areas of the brain associated with emotion have been identified in people with Takotsubo syndrome, sometimes known as broken heart syndrome, according to research by the University of Aberdeen.
University represented at UArctic Assembly
Aberdeen academics were in Portland, Maine, last week to share their thoughts on science diplomacy and the post-carbon future as the 2022 UArctic Assembly got underway.
Aberdeen graduate is raising funds to commemorate 'unsung hero' of diabetes
A University of Aberdeen graduate is co-leading a project to pay tribute to a fellow alumnus and former Regius professor of Physiology whose team made a breakthrough which has saved the lives of millions of people with Type 1 diabetes.
Physiology graduates contribute £22.6 billion to the UK economy every year
A new report launching in Parliament today and featuring a case study from the University of Aberdeen shows that physiology graduates contribute £22.6 billion to the UK economy ever year. This is equal to supporting 777,200 jobs.
Bringing Hame a celebration of north-east Scotland
A new festival which will shine a light on the story of north-east Scotland launches today (Monday June 6).
Dr Jenna Ross receives OBE
Dr Jenna Ross, Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences, has been made an OBE in the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Birthday Honours list for her contribution to science and agriculture.
University research honoured at Herald Higher Education Awards
Research led by the University of Aberdeen has been honoured with a top accolade at this year's Herald Higher Education Awards 2022, held last night (Tuesday, 31 May) in Glasgow.
New training course for life-saving lung technique
NHS staff will be trained to use an intensive care technique that provides life support to patients with severe respiratory failure, through a new short course from the University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian.
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