“As we get older we become frailer but not all older people are frail.” Professor Phyo Myint
The project will focus on Ethiopia, Somalia, and South Sudan, all of which are among the least developed countries in the world.
“Defining key ‘biomarkers’ associated with blood clot formation and persistence in patients will allow us to identify early those at risk of severe outcomes and help guide medical treatment.”
“The extent to which known or unknown factors contribute to the greater COVID-19 burden or severity among BAME people is not known.”
A virtual exhibition Safekeeping – Protecting What is Valued will open on June 9 and has been developed by the University of Aberdeen’s Museum Studies class of 2019-20.
“We need to understand how resistant plants are to altered exposure to heat and cold, in order to understand biodiversity loss and to continue growing crops in changing climates.” Dr Lesley Lancaster
A study by university researchers will examine whether people are sticking to Covid-19 guidelines and the impact the rules are having on their mental and physical health.
“The North-east of Scotland was one the areas that had very strong connections with the European Beaker phenomenon 4,000 years ago.”
Aberdeen University has developed a free online course on mindfulness.
Digitising ocean technologies and data collection is providing new insights into the health of our seas.