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Image shows Sally Reaper in front of the Love at First Sight exhibition by Morag Myerscough, with text from Jo Gilbert’s poem, from Look Again Festival 2019 - Photo by Grant Anderson

Opinion: Writing in the Press and Journal, Sally Reaper, Co-Director for Gray's creative unit, Look Again, explains how we can bring the soul back to city centres by re-imagining urban spaces and investing in creative communities.

Professor Scott Cunningham

Writing for The Scotsman, Scott Cunningham, Professor of Pharmacy Education & Practice, highlights how reimagining the role of pharmacists can help address health inequalities in Scotland.

Keith Ridgeway, father of Andy Ridgeway, at the recent Converge Awards.

Robert Gordon University has launched its annual Startup Accelerator programme to continue supporting early-stage entrepreneurs in the North East of Scotland grow their innovative ideas into award-winning ventures.

Culture Aberdeen Project and opening of EDIT from DAS with (left to right) Peter Baxter from Deemouth Artist Studios (DAS), Sally Reaper Co-Director, Look Again at Gray’s School of Art, Jo Muir (DAS), Claire Bruce from Gray’s Look Again and Craig Stevenson, Centre Manager at Bon Accord

Gray’s School of Art, at Robert Gordon University (RGU), is leading a major project to re-energise Aberdeen city centre by transforming vacant city centre shops into lively and engaging spaces for creatives to flourish.

Innovative research by Robert Gordon University (RGU) suggests UK-grown daffodils could help prevent cardiovascular disorders, tapping into new medical treatments for heart failure.

Peter Gerlei, Gray's winner of OAA trophy design

A Three-Dimensional Design student from Gray’s School of Art at Robert Gordon University (RGU) is celebrating success after winning the Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA) trophy competition.

Gray's winners of the Aberdeen Weaver Incorporation Awards Career Enhancement, Anja Blake (winner) and Grace Angus (runner up)

Talented students from Gray’s School of Art are celebrating success following an awards ceremony at the historic North-East Aberdeen Weaver Incorporation.

Abstract image of textiles

Textile designers and industry experts from across Scotland will come together to embrace new technologies at an international conference on augmented fashion hosted by Robert Gordon University (RGU) from Wednesday 16 until Friday 18 November.

TEDXAberdeen Young Ambassadors

The city’s latest TEDxAberdeen event took place on Saturday at the Aberdeen Arts Centre with youngsters from around the city playing a key role in events.

Gray’s students from the Study Abroad Programme who are exhibiting in ‘aBROAD HORIZONS’ from left to right:  Laurie O'Dowd, Hannah Ramsay, Agnieszka Kubica, Kirsten Richardson, Megan Naysmith, Gabriela Proszowska, Esther Helfer, Maya Wilson, Evie Sneddon, Adriana Sarmiento Navarro.

A group of Fine Art and Design students from Gray’s School of Art at Robert Gordon University (RGU) present ‘aBROAD HORIZONS’, a multidisciplinary student led and curated ‘Study abroad’ exhibition, that celebrates their experiences in a different country.

Professor Sarah Pedersen

A series of events take place in Aberdeen this month which shines the spotlight on women in the North East.

Dr Sarah Sivers

Critical research is being undertaken in Aberdeen to explore how conflict can be avoided between families and medical professionals when it comes to a child’s end-of-life care.

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