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  1. 20, April, 2017 Fake news survey extended to election day

    The Sir Ian Wood Building

    A team from RGU carrying out a survey to determine if fake news and alternative facts are a feature of Scottish politics have extended the closing date until election day on June 8. Initial survey results show there is a lack of trust in Scottish political parties’ ‘facts’  

  2. 13, April, 2017 RGU survey explores fake news and alternative facts

    Sir Ian Wood Building with RGU sign

    The terms ‘post-truth’, ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative facts’ have become commonly used in recent months, particularly in relation to national and international politics. A team from RGU is now carrying out research to determine if they are a feature of Scottish politics.  

  3. 06, April, 2017 Researchers present findings on EU Transparency Directives

    Louise Crawford i3

    Researchers from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Business School have presented their findings following an investigation into new European Union (EU) directives aimed at improving the transparency of payments made to governments by companies engaged in extracting natural resources.  

  4. 02, March, 2017 RGU students organise variety of events in a bid to raise thousands for local charities

    RGU Events students have organised a variety of events around Aberdeen in a bid to raise thousands for local charities.  

  5. 02, March, 2017 RGU academic shares expertise across the globe

    An RGU academic is sharing his knowledge and expertise with students across the globe.  

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