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RGU ergonomics researchers join project that could save offshore wind farms £1bn
RGU ergonomics researchers join project that could save offshore wind farms £1b

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is collaborating closely with Scottish company Span Access Solutions Ltd and its partners on an innovative project that could save £1.05bn across the current European fleet of offshore wind farms.

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RGU alumni support student initiatives
RGU alumni support student initiatives

A number of initiatives to widen access to higher education and enhance student life at RGU have been funded by generous donations from the university’s alumni community.

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Top prize for RGU student at Pharmacy Oscars
Top prize for RGU student at Pharmacy Oscars

An impressive Robert Gordon University (RGU) Pharmacy student has spoken of her excitement after taking home the Student Leadership Award at the recent Scottish Pharmacy Awards.

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RGU student wins Energy Institute competition
RGU student wins Energy Institute competition

RGU student, Simon Leiper, has scooped top prize in an annual competition held by the Energy Institute to celebrate Aberdeen’s best MSc students.

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RGU student’s communal garden officially opened by Housing Minister
RGU student’s communal garden officially opened by Housing Minister

A communal garden on the site of the old Craiginches Prison designed by a student from RGU’s Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment has been officially opened by the Scottish Housing Minister, Kevin Stewart MSP.

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RGU nominated for national awards for opening its doors to prospective midwives
RGU nominated for national awards for opening its doors to prospective midwives

A team of dedicated midwifery lecturers at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have had their work recognised this week by being nominated for two prestigious national midwifery awards.

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Institutions join force for the region's first funded entrepreneurship programme
Institutions join force for the region's first funded entrepreneurship programme

North East Scotland College (NESCol) will join RGU in the first funded startup programme in the North East of Scotland.

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RGU alumna takes up inaugural artist in residence post at Tobermory Distillery
RGU alumna takes up inaugural artist in residence post at Tobermory Distillery

A talented painting graduate from RGU Gray’s School of Art has been awarded the inaugural artist in residence post at the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull.

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Institutions combine for the region's first funded entrepreneurship programme
£40m hub drives health innovation and life sciences company growth in Aberdeen

A £40m investment project is set to deliver an innovation hub to double the number of life sciences companies in North East Scotland and support the national ambitions for the sector to collaborate, innovate and commercialise the next generation of therapies and healthcare solutions.

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Newly-funded research to focus on rights of people with dementia
Newly-funded research to focus on rights of people with dementia

RGU and Laurels Lodge Care Home will join forces for a year-long initiative into relationship-centred care for people living with dementia, as part of a Life Changes Trust funding award.

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Opinion Piece: Bringing the university of life into the classroom
Opinion Piece: Bringing the university of life into the classroom

Many of us are familiar with the phrase ‘I studied at the university of life’ being used to differentiate between ‘real world’ education and learning which takes place in a classroom.

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North-east creatives and producers come together for Christmas markets
North-east creatives and producers come together for Christmas markets

Crafters, confectioners, creatives and collectors will all come together under one roof at a series of special markets being held in the run up to Christmas at the St Nicholas Mall.

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