Scientists explain the 'pandemic time-warp' and find who is most affected
Since the pandemic GPs are increasingly reporting that patients find it difficult to give an exact history of their illness. This unexpected effect of the pandemic prompted researchers from the University of Aberdeen to investigate what is causing this and who may be most affected.
First Mars water attempt relaunched on Japan mission
An attempt to create liquid water on Mars for the first time has been resurrected after it was confirmed that technology developed at the University of Aberdeen will be included in the next Japanese mission to Mars.
Alternatives to hospital admissions for children insufficient, new report claims
There are record numbers of unwell children being admitted to Scottish hospitals and the current new alternatives being used are insufficient, a new University of Aberdeen study concludes.
ONE BioHub launches, marking a new life sciences research commercialisation milestone for the region
Officially opened today, the £40 million ONE BioHub is the iconic new location for life sciences in Aberdeen.
The majority of thyroid patients still suffering years on from diagnosis
Diagnosis is only the start of a lengthy journey for the majority of thyroid disease patients, according to new research exploring people's experience of living with the condition.
AI project aims to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland
A new project aims to use artificial intelligence to supercharge hydrogen production in Scotland, helping the country meet its net zero targets and powering thousands more homes and businesses each year.
Study highlights link between performance-related pay and ill health
A study led by the University of Aberdeen has found that workers who rely on performance-related pay (PRP) are at higher risk of chronic stress, heart disease and poor mental health.
Prestigious £2.5m NIHR Research Award to evaluate health and social care interventions
A collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and Queen's University Belfast, led by Professor Miriam Brazzelli, has been awarded £2.5 million to become one of the new National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Evidence Synthesis Groups.
VIDEO: Aberdeenshire's first vertical farm
Research into vertical farms by a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen is being carried out in consultation with Aberdeenshire's first facility of its type in the region - Vertegrow.
Using Eurovision to explore national identities
A University of Aberdeen academic will use the Eurovision Song Contest as a platform to investigate popular culture and national identities.
New study shows the impact of Covid-19 on the hospitality sector and beyond
The hospitality sector was undoubtedly hugely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but new research has now shown the knock-on effect that had on other sections of the economy.
Scientists use power of AI to supercharge planetary studies
A new technique for detecting planetary craters which will allow scientists to accurately map the surfaces of planets using different types of data has been described as a "game-changer" which could be used in future space missions.
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