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Louise Christie

A host of sport stars with RGU links have been nominated at this year’s Aberdeen’s Sports Awards, the annual celebration of sporting excellence in the North East.

Whisky testing sample

A Highlands natural skincare business has used the research expertise of Robert Gordon University (RGU) to infuse by-product of the whisky distillation process in its beauty products.

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is launching Curious Minds, a series of thought-provoking talks to involve the community in addressing some of societies’ most important social, economic, and environmental challenges.

Robert Gordon University and Dutch aircraft manufacturer Cormorant SEAplanes BV have secured almost £10,000 in funding to look into the use of lightweight sustainable materials for an innovative electric aircraft.

Research culture and research skills at RGU have been voted the best in the country, according to a survey of postgraduate research students.

RGU's Climate Clinic opening

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has officially opened its new Climate Clinic to offer support to North East communities through climate breakdown and the biodiversity crisis.

Gray’s School of Art’s Look Again team is launching a new project to shed light on Aberdeen’s changing LGBTQIA+ community. The project highlights lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) people from across the North East.

Lerwick, Shetland

A £100m deal was signed on Friday 20 January by UK and Scottish Government Ministers and the Council Leaders of Orkney, Shetland, and the Outer Hebrides to enhance the economic prosperity of the three island groups.

Image shows textile designer, Helen Ruth, leading a creative workshop as part of Gray's textile design workshop

Gray’s School of Art at Robert Gordon University (RGU), is launching a new creative development programme called ‘Engage’ with weekend workshops, portfolio building courses and a new Young Art School, for 11–15-year-olds in the North East.

RGU wheelchair basketball team

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is launching their first ever wheelchair basketball team thanks to a collaborative approach with key partners.

Efenwengbe Aminaho

An RGU student has secured funding for a project to move forward Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).

National Subsea Centre opening

The National Subsea Centre (NSC), a centre of excellence for subsea research and technology development, has been officially opened today in Dyce, Aberdeen by Michael Matheson, Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport and UK Government Minister for Scotland, Malcolm Offord.

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