New investment for sight-saving drug University spin out
A company which develops sight-saving drugs, spun out from research at the University of Aberdeen, has secured £1.2m in investment to develop its technology.
University students present research in Parliament
Two University of Aberdeen students have presented their research at the British Parliament in London.
Get involved and help researchers find out which plants bumblebees like
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen will be on hand this week to show people how a new interactive tool can help us to help bees.
Engineering Professor wins Hans Albert Einstein Award
A leading academic from the University of Aberdeen's School of Engineering has been honoured with a prestigious award in recognition of his work in the field of environmental fluid mechanics.
Women who take the pill protected from some cancers for up to thirty years
Women who have taken the oral contraceptive pill are protected from some types of cancer for as long as thirty years according to new research from The University of Aberdeen.
Research into alleged 'birth defects drug' makes headlines
Research by a University of Aberdeen team into a drug used as a hormone pregnancy test in the 1970s features in a new hour long Sky News documentary that will be screened for MPs at Westminster.
New funding to unlock the history of Aberdeen's 'lost' grammar school
Archaeologists are aiming to uncover a lost piece of Aberdeen's architectural heritage - with help from National Lottery players, members of the public and school children.
Trial finds huge success in HIV treatment
Researchers have been successful in increasing HIV treatment success rates by almost 18 percent.
Ketamine no 'wonder drug' for depression
There is no added benefit to using ketamine over a standard anaesthetic during electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.