Leading physicist elected to Academia Europaea
A renowned physicist from the University of Aberdeen has been elected as a member to one of Europe's most prestigious scientific organisations.
Leading academics work with industry on oil and gas drilling innovations
A team of leading scientists from the University of Aberdeen is working in partnership with the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) and energy companies to develop new technologies for the oil and gas sector.
Jurassic world of volcanoes found in central Australia
An international team of subsurface explorers from the University of Aberdeen and University of Adelaide have discovered a 'Jurassic World' of around 100 ancient volcanoes buried deep beneath Australia's largest onshore oil and gas producing region.
Hospital admissions for older people's services increase by 10% every year across Scotland
Admissions to geriatric medical wards in the 19 largest hospitals with major emergency departments in Scotland have risen by 10% for three consecutive years, reaching 43,311 by 2017/18, according to a new report.
New resource brings Alaskan school children face-to-face with their past
A new educational resource telling the story of a major archaeological project offering a unique insight into the indigenous people of Alaska has been launched.
Baby hope for unsuccessful IVF couples
A new study looking at conception rates after couples have gone through IVF treatment could offer hope to those for whom the process was unsuccessful.
Still time for Scottish fishing industry to adapt to climate change
A University of Aberdeen scientist will present the findings of a report that shows although climate change is already having an impact on fish and fisheries globally, there is still time for the Scottish fishing industry to get better prepared to adapt to changes in fish growth and shifts in...
Psychology collaboration set for take off
The department of Industrial Psychology and CHC Helicopter has been awarded £54,000 to fund PhD research projects in Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Human Factors training.
Was Aberdeen the birthplace of Scotch Whisky?
Historians have uncovered the earliest ever reference to a still for distilling Scotch whisky which suggests the origins of the spirit may lie in the thriving renaissance burgh of Aberdeen.
Increased use of partial knee replacement could save NHS £30 million per year
New research from a randomised clinical trial published today in The Lancet and funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) shows that partial knee replacements (PKR) are as good as total knee replacements (TKR), whilst being more cost effective.