Stories of Scots emigrants told in their own words
The stories of more than 100 Scots who left their homeland in search of a new life abroad can now be heard in their own words.
25 years on - Aberdeen volunteers' samples contribute to major pre-eclampsia breakthrough
Samples taken from more than 400 Aberdeen women contributed to a major global study which offers new insights into the cause of the dangerous pregnancy complication pre-eclampsia.
Kickstart for video game to bring Medieval Aberdeen to life
A Kickstarter campaign to create a video game which will bring people face-to-face with life in the Middle Ages has been launched.
Aberdeen researcher unveils school uniform recommendations
A researcher at the University of Aberdeen has found that more could be done to regulate school uniforms in Scotland in order to help families struggling with the cost.
Aberdeen researchers explore impact of Covid-19 on service change and health inequalities
The Health Services Research Unit at the University of Aberdeen has been selected by the Health Foundation, an independent charity, to be part of its new Covid-19 research programme.
'Hemp Futures' an online art/science gathering to showcase the benefits of hemp
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute and their partners have teamed up with a multi-arts venue in order to showcase the importance of Hemp.
£1m research project to tackle land loss in Ethiopia
The University of Aberdeen is leading an international collaboration of researchers in a £1,000,000 project that aims to improve land and soil degradation in Ethiopia, which affects over a quarter of the East African country.
University to support local economy with study discount
The University of Aberdeen is offering a 20 per cent discount on postgraduate study as it aims to support local people and businesses in responding to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
EXPLORATHON event promises discovery, debate and entertainment
Aberdeen will become a hub of discovery, debate and entertainment when the University of Aberdeen hosts EXPLORATHON 2020 later this month.
Ancient theory FINally supported
A centuries old theory that has long been fiercely contested has now been backed-up by UK scientists.
Born to be young? Thyroid hormone exposure before birth influences life expectancy
A new study on birds from the University of Turku in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen suggests that increased prenatal exposure to thyroid hormones could have beneficial effects on 'biological age' at birth.
Major study will "allay any fears" about gout treatment
A treatment for gout presents no increased risk of cardiovascular events for patients compared to an older alternative, a major new study has found.
Bone graft company spun out from University research acquired for £8.5 million
A company spun out of University of Aberdeen research to develop a synthetic bone graft substitute has been sold for nearly £8.5 million.
University joins first all-digital Festival of Social Science
The University of Aberdeen will launch a virtual festival dedicated to the role social science can play in meeting the most important challenges of our time.
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