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  1. 17, May, 2018 Top award for offshore helicopter study

    Award Winning Researchers

    The results of a ground-breaking project into the body sizes of UK offshore workers on board various helicopter crafts has been recognised with an award for outstanding contribution to ergonomics.  

  2. 14, May, 2018 Importance of human factors in healthcare to be discussed at RGU

    Professor Rhona Flin

    RGU is set to host an event on the importance of human factors being recognised in the nation’s healthcare system, with a seminar held in partnership with the Clinical Human Factors Group (CHFG).  

  3. 01, May, 2018 New wellbeing coaching MSc to change behaviour around exercising

    Laura Stewart

    RGU is set to launch a new degree aimed at changing the public’s perspective of exercise and keeping fit, and course leader Laura Stewart has been speaking about her thoughts on the MSc and its impact.  

  4. 03, April, 2018 Sports student ‘packs’ a lot into US placement

    Fergus Hill at the Super Bowl

    An Applied Sport and Exercise Science student from RGU received a once-in-a-lifetime Super Bowl experience as a reward for his hard work on his American placement.  

  5. 28, March, 2018 Aberdeen Youth Games launches ahead of Commonwealth Games

    AYG coaching pupils

    School pupils across Aberdeen are gearing up for another few months of sport, as the popular Aberdeen Youth Games returned this week, ahead of the Commonwealth Games.