(PhysOrg.com) -- Organisms that oxidise ammonia were first discovered in 1890. Although a natural process, a major consequence of the activities of such organisms in soil is the transformation and loss of nitrogen fertilisers ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Strange deep sea creatures discovered by Aberdeen researchers have been confirmed as three new species previously unknown to science.
The largest ever initiative to remove breeding American mink from north Scotland is now underway, it was announced today (12 May 2011).
(PhysOrg.com) -- Aberdeen scientists have photographed for the first time fish and shrimps at Europes deepest point -- 5111 meters or 3.2 miles deep below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea.
Its a new species of shrimp and its been named Princaxelia jamiesoni after the University of Aberdeen scientist who discovered it in trenches at the bottom of the North West Pacific Ocean.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Who is Hamlet? It's a centuries-old question, but now, a University of Aberdeen academic thinks she may have found a fresh answer.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Creatures that live in the muddy sediments of estuaries have given Aberdeen scientists new insights into how critical the relationship between organisms, and the structure of the habitat they live in, is ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Rocks on Earth could help pave the way for new understanding of the potential existence of life on Mars.
The blood-sucking Varroa is the biggest killer of honey bees world-wide, having developed resistance to beekeepers medication over the past decade. It particularly thrives in cold winters when colonies are more vulnerable ...
Opposing troops putting aside their differences in 1914 to share Christmas carols and exchange gifts is one of the most enduring images of World War One.