From mother to child, food likes and dislikes: pregnant women sought for Rowett 'flavour' study
Researchers at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute are looking for women who are between 16 and 32 weeks pregnant to taste a range of healthy flavoursome foods as part of a study looking at how babies develop their sense of taste.
You are when you eat? Could a bigger breakfast be the key to losing weight
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute and the University of Surrey, have received nearly £800,000 from the Medical Research Council to investigate whether the time of day we consume the most calories has an effect on weight loss.
Scientists discover a new way to treat type 2 diabetes - use our head
Medication currently being used to treat obesity is also proving to have significant health benefits for patients with type 2 diabetes. A new study published today in Molecular Metabolism explains how this therapeutic benefit for type 2 diabetes is achieved by acting in our brain.
European grant to examine effects of zinc and copper on ageing process
Scientists have received funding to investigate the role of zinc and copper on ageing.
Rowett scientists using their loaf (and yoghurt) to increase vegetable consumption at May Festival
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute will be putting on a colourful display of foods that you may not expect to be quite so bright, at this week's May Festival.
Understanding the health benefits of eating crab
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute are to study the association between consumption of crab meat and health.
University secures clutch of Athena SWAN Bronze Awards
The University of Aberdeen has retained its Athena SWAN Bronze Award for its commitment to gender equality.
Diabetic volunteers sought for Rowett Institute study
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute are seeking volunteers to help them assess whether taking a prebiotic can improve the health of people with Type 2 diabetes.
Volunteers required for mackerel study
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute are investigating whether eating mackerel could improve the health of South Asian diabetics.
Food contaminants under the spotlight
Scientists from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute have been studying the fate of food contaminants in the human digestive system , of which little research has been previously conducted.
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