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Icebox Challenge RGU Architect winners (from left to right), Kyle Henderson, Lina Khair, Matt Clubb & Alina Vinogradova
RGU students win national architecture competition to feature at COP26

Architecture students from Robert Gordon University are celebrating winning a national competition for highly energy efficient buildings that will feature at the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference, COP26, in Glasgow later this year.

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RGU and OGTC join international consortium to explore innovative developments

A Robert Gordon University (RGU) research team and OGTC have joined an international consortium working together to explore if using renewable electricity to capture and convert industrial CO2 emissions is realistic at a large scale and how local communities respond to technological developments that aim to mitigate climate change.

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Digital Tapestry will allow local community to explore RGU’s Art & Heritage

A collaborative team from RGU are creating a Digital Tapestry which will allow the public to explore the university’s Art & Heritage Collections extensive museum of historical and contemporary art from their own home.

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Onwards: Gray’s School of Art launch their digital degree show

The Robert Gordon University’s Gray’s School of Art is to host its annual degree show online for a second year, showcasing the work of their final year degree graduates to an online global audience.

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RGU is Scotland’s top modern university in the Complete University Guide 2022
RGU is Scotland’s top modern university in the Complete University Guide 2022

Celebrating the achievement for a second year in a row, Robert Gordon University (RGU) has upheld its ranking as Scotland’s top modern university (post-1992) in the Complete University Guide 2022.

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RGU and Wood to work together to tackle energy sector challenges

RGU has joined forces with global consulting and engineering company, Wood, to tackle key challenges facing the transitioning energy sector through a mix of research, skills development, academic/industry discourse and new initiatives.

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Look Again Gallery Space artist Indie McCue with his exhibition 'Roy Gets Sad'
Animations light up city centre gallery with RGU’s Look Again Project

A gallery of animations light up Aberdeen this week as Robert Gordon University’s Look Again project, launches a new exhibition in its city centre Project Space.

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RGU research projects looks at supporting victims of domestic violence

A collaborative research project by Robert Gordon University (RGU) academics explores how victims of domestic violence were supported throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and the impact on service providers in North-East Scotland and Orkney.

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RGU collaborates with Loch Electronics to create world’s smallest dishwasher

RGU and Loch Electronics, an award-winning Edinburgh based company, have created the world's smallest dishwasher that can disinfect and sanitise both kitchen utensils and personal items such as phones, keys and wallets.

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Cybersecurity no longer optional for organisations

Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly common and we must get ahead of them rather than picking up the pieces, writes Dr John Isaacs.

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Majority of UK offshore workforce to be delivering low carbon energy by 2030

A new UK Offshore Energy Workforce Transferability Review by RGU highlights that the offshore energy workforce mix will change significantly in the next 10 years, with roles in decarbonised energies projected to increase from 20% to 65% of all jobs in the offshore energy sector (oil & gas, offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage and hydrogen).

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RGU architecture students among first in the world to release their work as NFTs

Students from the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment will be among the first in the world to release their work as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs).

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