University of Aberdeen collaboration receives £2.1M for aquaculture research
The University of Aberdeen has joined a consortium made up of nine research institutes and universities from the UK, India and Bangladesh, to develop a holistic understanding of the role of the environment in controlling disease risk in fish and crustacean aquaculture.
Multi-million pound project to 'speed up and reduce cost' of drug making process
A European shortage of scientists who can use special imaging techniques that could speed up and reduce the cost of life-saving drug development is to be tackled by a new £3.1million (Euro 4m) training scheme led by the University of Aberdeen.
Can 'mindfulness' help people manage their diabetes?
A study to explore whether a technique similar to meditation can be used to help adults struggling to manage their Type 1 diabetes improve their diabetes control and their emotional wellbeing is under way at the University of Aberdeen.
New UK-wide clinical trial aims to improve muscle strength in older people
A UK-wide clinical trial is set to examine whether a commonly used heart pill and a food supplement could improve the health of older people across the UK by improving muscle strength.
Scientists to set sail on pioneering deep sea research expedition
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen are due to sail to the North Atlantic to test a pioneering piece of research equipment that will help improve our understanding of how deep ocean ecosystems function and respond to a major oil spill.
University receives £250,000 funding to assess Rockall hydrocarbon potential
The University of Aberdeen is set to benefit from a £250,000 grant from the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to investigate the potential for hydrocarbon exploration in the Rockall area of the North Atlantic.