“In the North of Scotland, an area known to have high levels of Huntington’s disease, there has been a 46% increase over the last 30 years.”Professor Zosia Miedzybrodzka from the University of Aberdeen
In Agriculture, forestry and fishing in 2020/21 there were 34 fatal injuries, an increase of 13 from the low of 21 seen in the previous year. The five-year average for fatal injuries in this sector is 28.
Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have developed one of the most advanced subsea holographic cameras in the world, capable of rapid 3D imaging of marine organisms and microparticles.
Researchers from the University of Aberdeen have teamed up with industry partners, KURA Human Factors to develop a training course designed specifically for farmers with the aim to reduce the rate of accidents.
Antibody tests that can detect whether people have been exposed to new variants of Covid-19 have been developed by the University of Aberdeen, in collaboration with biotechnology group Vertebrate Antibodies Ltd and NHS Grampian.
The actions and legacies of those who left Scotland and travelled to the colonies of the British Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries will be discussed at a two-day online conference this week.
To mark World Ocean Day 2021, ‘Song of the Ocean’, will be launched at 2pm today.
A million-pound project will enable the publication of a complete edition of Walter Scott’s poetry and help to make it accessible to new audiences.
Dolphins could be at risk if their foraging opportunities are impacted due to man-made disturbances such as shipping, tourism, coastal development and oil and gas exploration.
Glimpses of War produced by the British Modern Military History Society
is to raise funds to support veterans with sight loss.