Research related news from Robert Gordon University.

  1. 23, January, 2018 Empty buses and angry crofters topic of discussion at RGU lecture

    David Gray

    David Gray, Professor of Transport Policy at RGU, will explore the issue of transport and journey-making in Scotland’s remote, rural and island communities when he delivers the second professorial lecture in the university’s 2017/2018 series.  

  2. 10, January, 2018 RGU researchers to help with rural transport carbon reduction

    RGU Campus

    Researchers from Robert Gordon University (RGU) and a consortium of 12 other partners from across Europe have been awarded funding of €1.95m to take forward a project on green transport in rural areas.  

  3. 19, December, 2017 RGU researchers working to help develop Aberdeen as a ‘Smart City’

    Townhouse model

    Researchers from Robert Gordon University (RGU) have been working with Aberdeen City Council and other partners to develop innovative ways of integrating technology to the city’s infrastructure, to improve the lives of residents.  

  4. 19, December, 2017 Researchers complete study into visitor movement and egress from historic sites

    Drs Eyad Elyan, Arthur Stewart and John Isaacs at Maeshowe

    Researchers from Robert Gordon University have been examining visitor movement in historic buildings, in particular the effect of person order and mobility on egress times.  

  5. 14, December, 2017 RGU students host architecture exhibition addressing variety of Scotland’s issues

    Masters of Architecture students from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment have created a series of exhibitions which look to address a variety of issues affecting Scotland today.