“The most enjoyable part of my student life at Robert Gordon University was conducting research into evolutionary programming. This has served me well in my career, where I am developing novel solutions to tackle challenges in modern drug discovery.”
Nathan Brown School of Computing Graduate, The Institute of Cancer Research
Explore the latest Computing news, including staff and student achievements and announcements.
18, July, 2016 Video game career beckons for RGU grad
A north-east student is looking forward making a name for himself in the video games industry after graduating from Robert Gordon University (RGU).
18, July, 2016 Young Ellon entrepreneur celebrates graduation
A young Aberdeenshire entrepreneur has his sights set on building his business up after graduating from Robert Gordon University (RGU).
08, July, 2016 Computing prize for high-flying Huntly student
A Huntly computing student has been awarded a prize in recognition of his outstanding academic achievements for the second year in a row.
RGU has teamed up with Informatics Institute of Technology (IIT) in Sri Lanka to help deliver the country’s first Big Data Analytics MSc postgraduate degree programme.
01, June, 2016 RGU gearing up for summer Undergraduate Open Day
RGU will hold an Undergraduate Open Day in June for prospective students to learn more about the wide range of career-focussed degree level courses available.
12, May, 2016 RGU to host exciting computing showcase
From controlling drone helicopters using leap motion technology to ground-breaking mobile phone apps, a new event at RGU will provide an exciting showcase of work by students in the School of Computing Science and Digital Media later this month.
09, May, 2016 RGU student scoops best undergraduate computing award
Corrie Green (19), a Computer Science (Application Software Development) student, has been announced as the winner of the TARGETjobs Computer Science and Analytics Undergraduate of the Year title, sponsored by Expedia.
29, April, 2016 RGU students design new website for Lord-Lieutenant
A group of computing students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) has helped to design a new website for the Lord-Lieutenant of Kincardineshire.
08, April, 2016 Students cook up Fit Dish idea as part of CityLab project
The pilot CityLab initiative saw students from RGU and the University of Aberdeen team up with Aberdeen City Council to look at city-wide challenges and develop innovative, tangible solutions around them.
07, April, 2016 RGU to host 24-hour hacking event
RGU is hosting a round-the-clock hacking competition for students from across the north and north-east of Scotland.