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Image shows two fashion students from Gray's School of Art preparing costumes for fashion show

A fashion show, created by students from Gray’s School of Art in collaboration with CityMoves Dance Agency, will take centre stage in Aberdeen’s Anatomy Rooms next week.

Donna Wynne

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been awarded £10,000 by NHS Grampian Charity to launch a new student-led physiotherapy clinic designed to cater for people with neurological conditions.

Catriona Stevenson

The extraordinary stories of students who entered higher education from a non-traditional route is being highlighted in a new national campaign by Universities Scotland.

Professor Paul de Leeuw from RGU's Energy Transition Institute

Professor Paul de Leeuw from RGU's Energy Transition Institute has written in Energy Voice about the impact of the Energy Profit Levy also known as the windfall tax.

The winning team from Mintlaw Academy are presented with their prizes

Pupils from Mintlaw Academy have the won the MATE Scotland ROV competition held at RGU after impressing judges by successfully completing a series of underwater missions.

Scotland’s Minister for Energy, Just Transition and Fair Work Gillian Martin and the NESA Team.

The National Energy Skills Accelerator (NESA) hosted Scotland’s Minister for Energy, Just Transition and Fair Work Gillian Martin in Aberdeen to discuss the success of NESA’s Just Transition Fund (JTF) project for the North East and Moray.

Eyad Elyan

In recent months Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been front and centre of debate with major political figures on either side of the Atlantic focusing on the apparent potential risks coming from the technology.

A sharp increase of interest in business analytics and data in the North East has led to one of Robert Gordon University’s fastest-growing courses and a boost for vital industry sectors.

The organisers of The Revival Room

Third-year students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have organised a one-off health and wellbeing event to raise vital funds for a popular Aberdeen charity.

RGU student helps school pupils in the kitchen

Dietetics students from RGU have partnered with Seaton Primary School to teach pupils how to cook quick, tasty meals and snacks while learning about the key nutritional benefits of a healthy relationship with food.

A group of people pose for a photograph.

Computer Science graduates from RGU have been able to hit the ground running at an Aberdeen-based firm which provides digital solutions for the energy industry as the company experiences a business boom.

Image shows midwife and RGU lecturer, Maria Velo Higueras

The number of women having unassisted births, or ‘freebirths’ across the UK is believed to be rising, as more expectant mothers are unable to access high-quality individualised maternity care.

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