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Research Publications

Research

Research Publications

Our research publications are searchable in our OpenAir Repository.

OpenAIR is the Robert Gordon University Open Access Institutional Repository. Operational since 2006, it contains the full text of high quality research publications produced by staff and research students at RGU.

The content includes:

  • Artefacts, designs and exhibitions
  • Books and book chapters
  • Conference papers
  • Journal articles
  • Reports
  • Research data
  • Theses

A full list of the types of content is available in the repository policy.

OpenAIR enables the University’s researchers to meet the Open Access requirements of funders and the REF, reinforced by the University’s own Open Access mandate

Research Magazine

The first issue showcases the university's strategic research investment and highlights how it will transform its research focus and activities.

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Further information

Event

Starts: Tuesday 24 November 2020

Quick Cross-Disciplinary Colloquium: School of Law

The Quick Cross-Disciplinary Colloquium gives you a chance to explore and discuss latest research by RGU PhD Candidates. Join us to support the research community, exchange ideas and grow research culture at RGU!

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News

Published: Thursday 29 October 2020

Cutting-edge equipment to drive forward cancer research in the city

Local charity Friends of ANCHOR has bolstered a grant from Robert Gordon University to provide top-of-the-range equipment that will drive forward pivotal studies into cancer treatment.

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Event

Starts: Wednesday 17 March 2021

Careers after PhD - Application Processes

Having developed and fine-tuned your self-awareness and connected this new understanding of you to options and ideas in both academia and industry, this session will focus more on telling the story of ‘you’ in an effective, focused and concise way. This workshop is part of the Researcher Development Programme

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