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Dr Gbenga Oluyemi, Chair of SMN
Student competition aims to help oil firms deal with sand control issues

Robert Gordon University is playing host to a competition which challenges students and recent graduates to come up with their own solutions to help the oil and gas sector tackle a major production issue.

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We Are Here Scotland Founder, Ica Headlam who is an alumni from Look Again’s Creative Accelerator course
New project to support creatives who are Black People and People of Colour

Gray’s School of Art’s creative unit, Look Again, at Robert Gordon University (RGU) is launching a new project, in partnership with the community interest charity, We Are Here Scotland, to encourage creatives and artists who are Black People and People of Colour (BPoC).

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L-R The Honourable Lady Carmichael; Steve Olivier, RGU Principal; Adrian Crofton, Clinical Lead at Torry Medical Practice; Hannah Darnell, Grampian Community Law Centre Manager, Practicing Solicitor and RGU Lecturer; Lord Provost Dr David Cameron
Grampian Community Law Centre prepares for Torry launch in Scotland first

Scotland’s first holistic, student-led law clinic is preparing to launch in Aberdeen, providing an entirely free legal service to those on low incomes across the city.

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Image shows a crofter with sheep in South Uist on the Western Isles.
Building a sustainable community in the Western Isles

People living in the Western Isles are invited to join an exhibition and consultation day, led by master's students from The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture (SSS) at Robert Gordon University (RGU), to help map out a sustainable future in the Outer Hebrides.

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RGU enjoys strong results in latest Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide

Robert Gordon University (RGU) has been recognised for its student experience and quality of its teaching in the 2023 Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide rankings.

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RGU Creative Entrepreneur connects creatives with 'Shop Small Aberdeen’

An Aberdeen entrepreneur from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) Creative Entrepreneurship Programme has set up ‘Shop Small Aberdeen’ as an alternative way for business in the North East.

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Professor Paul de Leeuw
Opinion: Energy market needs to be improved to lower bills

Writing in Energy Voice, Professor Paul de Leeuw, from RGU's Energy Transition Institute, feels wholesale changes to the energy are required if businesses and households are to benefit from lower bills.

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Chris Moule TEDxAberdeen
RGU partner with TEDxAberdeen and host upcoming Innovation Masterclass

Having hosted the city’s first TEDx event last year, Aberdeen is gearing up for its second this coming November with Robert Gordon University onboard as a strategic partner.

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Her Majesty the Queen 1926 - 2022

It is a time of great sadness as we mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. As a University community we join the nation in paying our respects as the country reflects on her reign as Monarch. We have extended our deepest condolences to His Majesty and the Royal family during this time of sorrow.

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Aberdeen-born artist wills six-figure legacy gift to Gray’s School of Art

Gray’s School of Art alumnus and Aberdeen-born Artist Daniel Stephen has willed a generous six-figure legacy gift that will benefit emerging painting talent from Robert Gordon University (RGU) for years to come.

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Help to Grow Event at RGU July '22 with January Cohort
Help to Grow at RGU boosts regional economy

A group of business leaders from across the North East will benefit from the next government backed Help to Grow scheme, delivered by Aberdeen Business School (ABS) at Robert Gordon University (RGU), this autumn.

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From left to right: Dr Kostas Stavrianakis, Professor Zoe Morrison and Dr Jacob Nielsen
Working with communities to meet global emissions reduction targets

The latest step in a €13 million Carbon-Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) project recommends that European organisations involve local communities more closely to reach climate-neutral targets are to be reached.

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