New home for popular science series
A popular free science discussion series has a new home in one of Aberdeen's busiest shopping centres.
Aberdeen academic receives prestigious award from American Diabetes Association
Professor Lora Heisler from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute is the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Scientific Achievement Award (OSAA) from the American Diabetes Association.
Marriage may protect against heart disease or stroke and associated risk of death
A global study led by Keele University in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen has found that marriage may protect against the development of heart disease and stroke as well as influencing who is more likely to die of it - with single, divorced, and widowed at heightened risk.
Cancer research cycle adventure raises more than £25k
A team of cyclists from the University of Aberdeen have completed the North Coast 500, raising more than £25,000 to support cancer research in the process.
New research reveals British Isles buried under ice sheets from 2.5 million years ago
Breakthrough research has revealed the British Isles were repeatedly submerged under an ice sheet extending to the centre of the North Sea over a million years earlier than previously thought.
New study shows carbon dioxide storage is secure climate mitigation tool
New research shows that captured carbon dioxide can be stored safely for thousands of years by injecting the liquefied gas deep underground into the microscopic pore spaces of common rocks.
Financial costs implicated in farmers' risk taking
Farmers are risking personal safety due to financial pressures according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Alumni of the year award for pioneer of disability theology
A University of Aberdeen academic who has championed the study of theology and disability has been recognised as 'alumni of the year' by his alma mater.
Tapping into - and swiping - the past at the Bennachie Colony
The hill of Bennachie has a folklore of giants, magical springs and the devil who built a causeway in one night, while its archaeology includes prehistoric hut circles and the hill fort at Mither Tap. But a new digital app reveals how the history of the crofters who lived at...
'Viking Age Destruction' found to have preserved key parts of Scotland's largest Pictish fort
When one of Scotland's most powerful Pictish forts was destroyed by fire in the 10th century - a time when Vikings are known to have been raiding the Moray coastline - it brought to a rapid end a way of life which had endured for centuries.
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