Leading experts have warned that lessons learned throughout the pandemic should not be lost in preparation for another global health crisis.
The University of Edinburgh has stopped all investments in fossil fuel companies, it has announced.
The Scottish Government wants to make sure this lockdown is the last, the Deputy First Minister has said.
A former refugee has been named the new rector of Edinburgh University.
When Moira Armstrong was growing up in the north-east of Scotland in the 1930s, she quickly realised how important the different aspects of local history, heritage and language were to the people around her.
Legislation to introduce a minimum price for tobacco could improve the health of people living in poorer areas, research indicates.
The development of future treatments for Alzheimer’s disease could be aided by scientists who have discovered the functions of the area of the brain where the disease begins.
More than 3,000 people in the country were punished after being portrayed as devil worshippers and hundreds of those accused came from the north-east.
DNA mutations throughout a person’s life can significantly increase their biological age and susceptibility to heart conditions, scientists have found.
Patients with a serious lung injury could be helped by new method of monitoring recovery, a study suggests.
A north-east woman has received a prestigious bursary from online delivery giant Amazon.
Scientists have created new imaging technology to visualise what cells eat, which could aid the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as cancer.
It turns out that students at Edinburgh uni really value their shut-eye, having overwhelmingly voted to get nap pods installed on campus.
A chemotherapy drug given to pregnant cancer patients could reduce the fertility of unborn baby girls, a new study suggests.