Experts from Aberdeen University will be carrying out a six-month study to look at the impact of lockdown on our behaviour.
Wearing face masks at home might help stop Covid-19 from infecting your family who live in the same household, according to a new study.
The key to successful weight loss for men is women when they live with a female partner, according to a new study by Aberdeen University researchers.
Researchers at Aberdeen University have conducted a study with twins to understand what makes some of us trust more readily than others.
Researchers at Aberdeen University have been awarded more than £50,000 to investigate the impact of lockdown on patients with arthritis and other conditions.
Aberdeen University will hold a virtual postgraduate open day.
Covid-19 remains in a patient’s respiratory tissue for up to a week longer if they have a severe form of the disease, a new study claims.
A study by an Aberdeen university has found that hospital admissions for older people has increased by 10% every year across Scotland.
Radar cameras will be used to monitor the flight patterns of birds flying close to Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm during the summer breeding season.
People looking for love do have a particular “type”, research suggests.
A new study has revealed Aberdeen as one of the best UK cities for millennials to live in.
An Aberdeen university's study to investigate the impact Brexit is having on mental health begins this month.
Volunteers are being sought for a study that will measure sugar intake.
Scientists have discovered a new link between alcohol, genes and heart health.
A university is set to take part in a study that explores the impact of environment on mood and memory.
Heart failure carries a higher risk of death than most common types of cancer, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
They are a living history of the city. From childhood half-a-century ago, their lives have charted the changing fortunes of Aberdeen.
A LINK between less body weight and attractiveness is due to an evolutionary preference for youth, according to research by University of Aberdeen academics.