Companies from Aberdeen will be part of a new industrial research and development project.
More than a third of drivers who use their cars for work or commuting call in sick for at least one day a year because of car-related back pain, new research has found.
BMW should take Jaguar Land Rover off Tata Motors’ hands for the benefit of all.
Scientists are hoping to reveal deep mysteries of the human brain by mapping it in unprecedented detail.
New research into women’s surgery has been carried out at Aberdeen University.
Nearly a quarter of a million children are unhappy in the UK, according to new research by a children’s charity.
Scientists are DNA testing the UK’s coastal waters to check for invading foreign species of sea-life which could be potential killers and habitat destroyers.
A new study from Aberdeen University could offer hope to couples struggling to have a much longed for child.
A lost wallet is more likely to be returned to its owner when it contains a large sum of money, new research suggests.
The yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has returned from its first expedition with data which links increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures.
Scientists may have discovered the “Achilles’ heel” of pancreatic cancer – a condition which is notoriously difficult to treat.
Aberdeen University has launched a recruitment campaign to fill 60 academic posts.
A study supported by an Aberdeen university has shown the decrease in HPV after regular vaccination.
Two Aberdeen universities have joined a call for clarity over the loss of research funding as a result of Britain leaving the EU.
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have helped reveal the importance of copper to early life.
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on body donated for training and research
Medical students at Dundee University played noughts and crosses on a cadaver donated for research and training, it has been revealed.
Researchers from Aberdeen University have released a new study into attitudes towards hen harriers.
The world’s first genetic study of people with acne could pave the way for a new treatment for severe sufferers, according to a study.
A team of Aberdeen researchers are set to investigate if an app that uses voice conversations can encourage physical activity in older adults.
City frogs put on “sexier” mating displays than those in the wild, according to experts.
Groundbreaking research has taken place at an Aberdeen hospital after almost £10,000 of backing from a cancer charity.
Volunteers are being sought for a study that will measure sugar intake.
A team of north-east researchers will lead a study into pain caused by arthritis.
A record number of participants signed up for clinical research studies last year, latest figures show.
Low levels of psychological distress can increase the risk of developing some chronic diseases including arthritis, and types of heart and lung disease, according to new research.
Breakthrough research carried out by an Aberdeen university has shown the British Isles was submerged under an ice sheet more than a million years earlier than previously thought.
British people are famed for their good manners – but new research suggests we might not say “thank you” quite as often as you would think.
Aberdeen scientists have embarked on a mission to the bottom of the planet.
Some common drugs have been linked to strokes, an Aberdeen university study has shown.
Donald Trump’s presidency has seen seismic shifts in numerous areas of government – and science is no exception.