New Royal Society of Edinburgh Fellows announced
Two academics from the University of Aberdeen are among 87 individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
New findings about immune system reaction to malaria and sickle cell disease
Scientists have discovered in more detail than ever before how the human body's immune system reacts to malaria and sickle cell disease.
Researchers to investigate the effect of the pandemic on stress in critical care nurses
A nationwide team of scientists, including researchers from the University of Aberdeen are to investigate the effect of the pandemic on stress in NHS intensive care nurses.
Couples sought for weight loss fertility study
Volunteers are being sought for a study investigating whether weight loss can improve couples' chances of conceiving a baby.
New research finds 'substantial differences' in who was asked to shield from Covid-19
Researchers have found that there are substantial differences in who was asked to shield from coronavirus depending on where they live in the UK.
Researchers suggest new ways to improve wellbeing of NHS doctors
An interactive app, rest and relaxation spaces, and informal, in-person psychological support are among new ways that have been suggested to ease the stress associated with the Covid-19 pandemic on doctors and trainee medics.
New prototype Covid-19 antibody test developed
A new Covid-19 antibody test superior to those currently available has been developed by researchers at the University of Aberdeen in collaboration with Vertebrate Antibodies Ltd and NHS Grampian.
Aberdeen academic awarded early career funding for arthritis research
Dr Sadaf Ashraf, a Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, has received a £4,000 funding award from the Scottish Universities Life Sciences Alliance (SULSA) ECR Development Fund.
New technology improves pregnancy potential for IVF couples
New equipment has been installed at the Aberdeen Fertility Centre that could help to improve women's chances of having a baby through IVF.
Breast screening could act as 'trigger' for lifesaving lifestyle changes
Using breast screening clinics to introduce lifestyle advice has the potential to improve women's health, a study from the universities of Aberdeen and Dundee has found.
Tributes paid to University stalwart who has supported 'a generation of musicians'
Tributes have been paid to Professor Derek Ogston CBE LLD MD FRSE (1932-2021) following his death after a short illness.
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