Person using augmented reality headset with textiles around them

With the role of technology growing exponentially across various sectors, immersive realities offer a new world of opportunities for creative professionals. Robert Gordon University and Highlands and Islands Enterprise’s creative support organisation, XpoNorth Digital, are hosting an event for small business owners to explore how immersive technologies can be used in fashion and textiles.

Students taking part in the workshop

Students at Robert Gordon University have worked with an award-winning local brewery to help enhance the marketing strategy of their growing line of low-alcohol beers.

An academic from Robert Gordon University (RGU) is among the newest Fellows elected to the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).

image shows Gray's lecturers and Origin Founders, Ben Durack and Dan Sutherland

To mark Global Recycling Day on March 18, people across the North East are being encouraged to get involved in a new campaign to create a sustainable ‘Support Your City’ icon for Aberdeen.

The research team from PALS involved in this project

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has launched a new video series to help showcase the breadth of high impact research that is being undertaken throughout the University.

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has secured £1.34 million in funding towards the development of a cross-sector virtual reality Digital Innovation Lab for the North East of Scotland and Moray.

Lucy Fisher

Lucy Fisher, a graduate of Robert Gordon University (RGU) and a Startup Accelerator success story, has received £50,000 in government funding as part of Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation Awards.

Create Network graphic

Gray’s School of Art has secured major grant funding from Creative Scotland to support new or existing networks of creative practitioners in the north east, including Orkney and Shetland.

Dr Paul Arnell

Following up on his recent piece in The Scotsman, Dr Paul Arnell, a reader at RGU's Law School, has featured in the publication again to discuss the treatment of Shamima Begum.

RGU has agreed a strategic partnership with an international energy company to allow them to use the University’s oil rig drilling simulation systems to train their clients.

Image shows street performers from Look Again festival 2019

Look Again at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University (RGU), is backing Culture Aberdeen’s #SaveCulture campaign, to stop Aberdeen City Council going ahead with major funding cuts to the cultural sector.

Image shows We Are Here Scotland Director, Ica Headlam, artists Rudy Kanhye, Helen Love, Helen Noon, and Claire Bruce and Hilary Nicoll from Look Again.

Gray’s creative unit, Look Again and the community interest charity, ‘We Are Here Scotland’ are working together on a new project to support BPoC (Black People and People of Colour) artists in Scotland.

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