University project features at London Design Fair
A University of Aberdeen project has been included in a showcase exploring how design research can help develop innovative solutions to complex issues around the world.
Forget about it: Psychologists explore how it feels to be forgotten
Being forgotten by our acquaintances can affect self-esteem in the same way as being rejected
Staying Together? Experts gather in Aberdeen to discuss crisis and survival in political unions
Fierce debate surrounds independence for both Scotland and Catalonia and experts will gather at the University of Aberdeen next week to discuss crisis and survival in political unions in historical perspective.
Aberdeen academic named as finalist in 2018 Converge Challenge
A University scientist has been announced as a finalist in the 2018 Converge Challenge for her life science business, mycoBiologics.
Inventor of first full body MRI machine passes away
The University of Aberdeen academic who invented the world's first full body MRI scanner has passed away at the age of 77, it has been announced.
University shortlisted for research excellence award
The University of Aberdeen has been shortlisted for a prestigious award in recognition of its excellence in research, in this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
Early warning tests for women's heart disease
Tests that 'red flag' the early signs of heart disease in women who had high blood pressure during pregnancy could be developed following a new project by the University of Aberdeen.
Internationally acclaimed Care Framework for Huntington's Disease launched in Grampian
One of the world's first local Care Frameworks for Huntington's Disease (HD) has been launched in Grampian.
Major new study examines link between performance related pay and stress
The relationship between performance-related pay (PRP) and stress will be the focus of a major new study by economists and health psychologists at the University of Aberdeen.
Scientists reveal new insight into tackling obesity
Obesity has become one of the most significant challenges to human health. But now scientists at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute have discovered a tiny group of brain cells that could be harnessed to tackle obesity according to a new study published in Cell Metabolism.