Harnessing the power of marine microbes and their bioactive molecules
Developing new, sustainable methods to protect fish, algae and sponges from diseases by harnessing the power of disease-suppressive marine microbes and the bioactive substances they produce, is the focus of a new project which brings together researchers and commercial partners from 10 European countries.
University marks COP26 with event for schools and time capsule plans
A 'Mock COP' event for school pupils in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire is one of several initiatives that the University of Aberdeen is undertaking as part of its 'Road to COP26' activities to mark the global climate conference in Glasgow next month.
Call for citizen scientists to 'brush-up' dentists' knowledge
Health researchers are inviting members of the public to share their experiences of visiting the dentist in a bid to help improve oral and dental healthcare.
Ice Stupas - bringing water to some of the driest, coldest places on Earth
The University of Aberdeen are working with partners to enhance an innovation that is providing vital water in some of the most arid places on the planet.
Aberdeen study could help save the sight of people with diabetes
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are investigating a new treatment for diabetes which they hope could reduce one of the most common complications of the condition - sight loss.
Simulator set to transform North Sea decommissioning and energy transition projects
An immersive simulation suite that will transform approaches to offshore decommissioning and renewable energy infrastructure projects in the North Sea was officially launched in the north-east of Scotland today (Tuesday, September 21).
New research highlights the impact of lockdown on Scottish eye care
New research from the University of Aberdeen has highlighted the damaging impact of Covid-19 restrictions on Scottish eye care and the potential for long-term sight damage and reduced detection of other health conditions.
Latest league table confirms University of Aberdeen's position as a top 20 UK University
The University of Aberdeen has climbed seven places to 20th in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022 published today. Following less than a week after the University was ranked 20th in the Guardian University Guide for the second year in a row, this confirms the University's position in the top 20 in the UK.
Opioid use for pain relief increased as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
The use of opioids for pain relief in patients awaiting hip and knee replacement surgery increased dramatically during the pandemic according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Major funding award for graduate and University spinout company researcher
A drug discovery expert and University of Aberdeen lecturer has been awarded prestigious funding to help further the development of treatments for life-changing inflammatory diseases.