£10.6m funding award for new AI research partnership
A major new partnership that will train the next generation of scientists specialising in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to promote sustainable agriculture has received a £10.6 million funding boost.
Get hooked on fish at fin-tastic free event
Taster stalls, cookery demonstrations and a talk with the star of the BBC series 'Trawlerman' are among the attractions on the menu at a fish-themed fair taking place in Aberdeen next month.
Musculoskeletal research among work and health projects awarded share of £1.5m funding
The NIHR Work and Health Research Programme has awarded £1.5 million in funding to 13 development award projects to support health in working people.
Students of the future on the agenda at Wood Foundation workshop
The University has strengthened its relationship with leading philanthropic organisation The Wood Foundation.
Research aims to make plant-based diets work for everyone
Making plant-based diets a realistic and enjoyable option for all is the goal of a new project that aims to promote healthy diets that are environmentally sustainable.
New treatment for severe bleeding after injury does not show benefit in clinical trial
A new technique used to control severe bleeding in injured patients has been found to likely increase the risk of death, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
Could ancient Peruvian crops promote a healthy gut and help those living with type 2 diabetes?
The Andes has traditionally been a source of excellent food and medicinal plants and now science is turning to ancient Peruvian crops to explore their benefits in preventing/treating type 2 diabetes and boost the gut health.
A missing piece of the jigsaw in a rare life-threatening condition linked to vaccines
A team of scientists led by the University of Aberdeen has taken an important step forward in understanding the mechanisms by which adenovirus-based vaccines, including some of those used in the Covid pandemic, can cause serious adverse reactions.
University research empowers local community to shape smoking cessation services
New research led by the University of Aberdeen in collaboration with Turning Point Scotland and NHS Grampian involving people living in areas of multiple deprivation has uncovered powerful community perspectives which could lead to more effective smoking prevention campaigning and higher take-up of NHS free quit smoking services across the...
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