Researchers test drugs with potential to restore sight loss from aniridia
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen will test two repurposed drugs for the treatment of the rare eye condition aniridia, which causes blindness thanks to funding from Fight for Sight.
KTP conference highlights value of university and industry partnerships
A major conference held in Aberdeen has thrown the spotlight on how universities and industry are working together to promote economic growth in the region.
Leading engineering professor appointed Fellow of IEEE
A leading engineering professor from the University of Aberdeen has been named as a Fellow of the IEEE, The world's largest technical professional organisation for the advancement of technology.
Royal appointment for leading Pathologist
A leading Aberdeen pathology professor has received a prestigious Royal honour.
Capturing carbon dioxide to make useful products could become big business
Nature has today published the most comprehensive study to date investigating the potential future scale and cost of ten different ways to utilise CO2, including fuels and chemicals, plastics, building materials, soil management and forestry.
Helping pupils to understand the impact of WW1
A University of Aberdeen academic has contributed to new resources to help school pupils understand the impact of the First World War.
Aberdeen academic appointed Chair of Scottish Science Advisory Council
A University of Aberdeen scientist has been announced as the new Chair of the Scottish Science Advisory Council (SSAC).
Director's Cut Series Welcomes acclaimed Scottish Author Alan Warner
Leading Scottish contemporary author, Alan Warner, the University of Aberdeen's newly appointed Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, will be the focus of a special Guy Fawkes Night Director's Cut event next week.
University archaeologist among 'exceptional researchers' sharing £3million of new funding
A University of Aberdeen archaeologist has been awarded £100,000 to advance her pioneering work exploring what we can learn about our ancestors through the study of their bone chemistry.
Early career scientists in Aberdeen set to benefit from £170million funding
Early career scientists working at the University of Aberdeen are set to benefit from £170m of funding following an announcement by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).