Aberdeen scientists in 'world first' energy transition project
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen are to embark on a £250,000 research project that aims to achieve a world first by using a plasma electrolyser to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into hydrocarbons for energy use.
A berry good idea - fruit growers and data scientists in landmark AI project
Data scientists at the University of Aberdeen are teaming up with fruit growers to build an artificial intelligence (AI) system to forecast harvests, which could potentially save the industry millions each year.
The face of a medieval wanderer
Isotope analysis of 'bodies in the bog' found at Cramond reveals several crossed a politically divided Scotland, meeting their end hundreds of miles from their place of birth.
University joins global consortium of Universities Studying Slavery
The University of Aberdeen has joined a global consortium of Universities Studying Slavery (USS).
Nationwide survey reveals healthcare 'postcode lottery' for older people in Scotland
The standard and availability of healthcare for older adults in Scotland differs significantly depending on where they live, according to research led by the University of Aberdeen.
Professor Mirela Delibegovic honoured as RSE fellow
Professor Mirela Delibegovic has been elected to Scotland's prestigious learned organisation, The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
First female Professors portrait unveiled
A new portrait of the University of Aberdeen's Rowett Institute's first five female Professors has been unveiled on International Women's Day.
University brings key energy players together to map out just transition
Delivering a just transition to net zero in Europe's energy capital will come under the spotlight later this month when the University of Aberdeen brings academia, industry leaders, policy and third sector organisations together to debate the key issues.
Stone me! Rare Pictish symbol stone found near potential site of famous battle
Archaeologists have uncovered a Pictish symbol stone close to the location of one of the most significant carved stone monuments ever uncovered in Scotland.
Experience of arm pain needed to help shape new research
People living with painful hand and arm conditions are invited to take part in research and help create a new online support platform for patients.
Trial methodology research partnership wins prestigious international award
A research partnership, in which University of Aberdeen is a core partner, has won a prestigious international award for making trials of new healthcare treatments more efficient and effective.
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