University celebrates legacy of insulin discovery 100 years on from graduate's Nobel prize win
The centenary of the Nobel Prize awarded to co-discover of insulin, Professor JJR Macleod, will be celebrated at the university where he studied and returned as a teacher and researcher.
Volunteers needed for Scot Sweet study
A new research study from the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute will look at how artificial sweeteners could be affecting gut health.
'Major differences' found in hospitals' geriatric care during the pandemic
A Scotland-wide audit of hospital admissions recorded before, during and after the covid lockdowns has uncovered major differences in geriatric services' performance between all Scottish health boards.
Treatment and recovery from stroke worse for women and 'racial minorities'
A major study on people with diabetes has found that following a stroke, patients from racial minorities, experienced greater stroke severity, prolonged hospitalisation and received less specialised treatment than their white counterparts.
University graduate receives award for work with refugee doctors
A University graduate is to receive a prestigious award for his work with refugee doctors.
280K funding boost for research into little known blood cancer
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen and Queen's University Belfast have been awarded a £280,000 funding boost from Blood Cancer UK. It forms part of Blood Cancer UK's latest funding for the illness, which is the fifth most common cause of cancer in the UK.
Major breakthrough in understanding vitamin balance in the body
New research from the University of Aberdeen has, for the first time, found evidence that the brain controls vitamin balance in the body.
Faye dives into the World Para Swimming Championships
After first jumping into the pool at five years old, swimmer Faye Rogers hasn't looked back.
University shortlisted for sustainability research initiatives
Two transformative initiatives from the University of Aberdeen have been shortlisted for a prestigious sustainability award.
Medal for University of Aberdeen Scientist
Professor James N'Dow from the Academic Urology Unit at the University of Aberdeen was awarded the St Peter's Medal at a conference last week.
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