University of Aberdeen scientists fight back against global public health emergency
Following the declaration by the World Health Organisation (WHO) that antimicrobial resistance is one of the top global public health threats facing humanity, a 5-year long project is now underway to find the best and most effective forms of defence against this growing problem.
Age and sex influence health benefits of dieting, study suggests
Dieting affects males and females differently in young adulthood - but the variations disappear with age, according to a new study, which the University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute contributed to.
University launches new topical podcast series
The University of Aberdeen has launched a news-based podcast series exploring the current stories making the press.
Cost of living crisis is fuelling the obesity epidemic
A leading nutrition researcher has warned of the impact of the cost-of-living crisis on the obesity epidemic, in a new paper published in the journal Obesity.
Multi-million-pound investment to adapt 'game-changing' technology for Lyme disease and diabetes
The team who devised ground-breaking technology to create covid tests at the height of the pandemic have joined forces with US biotech giant Innova Medical Group (IMG) to adapt the technology to develop the tests for a range of other diseases including diabetes and Lyme disease.
Medal win for Asmaa as she begins her journey to become a doctor
A first year medical student has been awarded a medal for achievement named in honour of a pioneering Scottish female doctor, presented in recognition of her work on the Gateway2Medicine programme.
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