Research related news from Robert Gordon University.
08, October, 2015 Head of Gray’s School of Art to deliver professorial lecture
The Head of Gray’s School of Art, Prof. Chris O'Neil, will deliver a professorial lecture which demonstrate the various impacts that successful learning communities have on society, the economy and culture.
A PhD student from RGU is working with Bayelsa State Government in Nigeria to investigate the best way to establish a viable offshore renewable energy industry in the country.
06, October, 2015 Volunteers sought for research on back pain self-management
Health researchers are looking for volunteers from the Aberdeen area to take part in research to help older people with chronic low back pain manage their condition.
#GraniteCrumbs will see more than 130 students from across a range of disciplines work together in groups to develop ideas which establish Aberdeen as a ‘Food City’.
30, September, 2015 RGU researchers to help develop device for back pain sufferers
Researchers at RGU have won over €500,000 of funding as part of a major international project aimed at helping back pain sufferers manage their condition.