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A Drug Journey – From Bench to Bedside
A Drug Journey – From Bench to Bedside

Writing for The Scotsman, Professor Donald Cairns, Head of the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences at RGU, hails the breadth of experience that makes up the School.

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Scottish nursing and culture exchange for Finnish academics
Scottish nursing and culture exchange for Finnish academics

A pair of nursing lecturers from Finland have benefitted from a visit to Aberdeen this week, where they worked closely with academics from RGU's School of Nursing and Midwifery.

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Inaugural memorial award to mark inspirational lecturer given at RGU
Inaugural memorial award to mark inspirational lecturer given at RGU

The family of an inspirational lecturer from RGU's Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment attended the annual school awards to present two winning students with the inaugural Graeme McRobbie Memorial Award.

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Leading microbiologist brings millions to North-east to protect public health
Leading microbiologist brings millions to North-east to protect public health

A senior researcher at RGU has been awarded around £1.5million in funding in a single week for public health related research projects, as part of her innovative work with microbes and industrial waste streams.

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RGU student wins national placement of the year award
RGU student wins national placement of the year award

A talented student from RGU's School of Computing Science and Digital Media has won ‘Placement of the Year’ for his time spent with NHS Highland.

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RGU is partnering with businesses to deliver innovative work-based learning
RGU is partnering with businesses to deliver innovative work-based learning

RGU continues to lead the way in work-based learning, taking the university to the workplace with a suite of Graduate Apprenticeships.

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 Japanese filmmaker to explore community resilience with RGU students
Japanese filmmaker to explore community resilience with RGU students

North-east students studying Applied Social Studies will get a direct international perspective this week when RGU welcomes filmmaker and photographer Toko Shiiki.

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Ellen Forsyth Erasmus exhibition highlights work of talented Gray’s School of Art students
Erasmus exhibition highlights work of talented Gray’s School of Art students

The work of more than 20 talented artists and designers from RGU’s Gray’s School of Art who spent a term studying abroad is on display at a special ‘Study Abroad and Erasmus+’ exhibition.

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Using simulation to teach the professionals of tomorrow
Using simulation to teach the professionals of tomorrow

Fiona Roberts, Senior Lecturer and Teaching Excellence Fellow at the School of Health Sciences, discusses the ways in which technology allows RGU to remain at the forefront of innovative teaching when it comes to training the health professionals of tomorrow.

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RGU Main Event - RGU events project aims to raise thousands for local charities
RGU events project aims to raise thousands for local charities

Events Management students at RGU have launched the Main Event, a project that has raised over £130k in the past five years, in partnership with local charities.

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RGU Professor and students triumph at Aberdeenshire Design Awards
RGU Professor and students triumph at Aberdeenshire Design Awards

An architecture professor from Robert Gordon University (RGU) and three final year students have triumphed with their innovative approach to design at the Aberdeenshire Architectural and Landscape Design Awards 2018.

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Scottish universities partner in major Mexican energy sector education programme
Scottish universities partner in major Mexican energy sector education programme

The North-east of Scotland is set for an international boost, as its universities have been named as two of only four European institutions to be chosen by the Mexican Government to work in collaboration with Mexican universities to address the future needs of the country’s energy sector.

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