A university academic has been awarded a £250,000 fellowship for her pioneering work revolutionising care for people with Parkinson’s.
Engineering experts of the future went head-to-head yesterday as they put hand-made robots through a series of perilous underwater tasks.
Students in Aberdeen went head-to-head yesterday as they put an array of human-powered go-karts to the test.
A north-east university has joined forces with an anti-poverty charity to find out how those on a limited income cope with a long-term health condition.
Erin Wyness' middle name might be Georgia, but she has lots of other things on her mind at the moment.
A group of students have created models of how the Deeside Railway line could be adapted for the modern day.
She emerged with flying colours from a brutal regime and made history on the recent TV series SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Culture and creative activity play a leading role in animating a city, its spaces and its people.
NUS Scotland has published an open letter to all college and university principles to ensure every student is ‘free to graduate.'
An Aberdeen university will open up almost 200 new graduate apprenticeship places as part of efforts to improve work-based learning in the north-east.
Staff and students unveil mental health masterplan for RGU in effort to make university a place of ‘wellbeing’
Staff and students at Robert Gordon University have vowed to take action to make their campus a safe and welcoming community in response to a rising tide of students in Scotland struggling with their mental health.
A new study has been launched to support cancer survivors across the north of Scotland.
School children took part in a new event this week designed to help them fully understand the threats posed by online predators.
A new deli created by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver opened in Aberdeen yesterday in a UK-first.
The Robert Gordon University (RGU) in Aberdeen has recruited two international researchers to delve into the aspects of ageism.
A first-year student at Robert Gordon University has become the latest person to benefit from a scholarship funded by chartered accountancy and business advisory firm Anderson Anderson Brown LLP (AAB).
The end of production on a North Sea platform has been marked with a photo campaign after 30 years of operations.
A new five-month study by Aberdeen academics will examine the impact Brexit is having on the mental health of EU nationals in the UK.
The research of Aberdeen universities could be hit hard by a potential no-deal Brexit, say experts.
More than 40 students from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) school of health sciences will put their training into practice in the New Year.
Aberdeen’s two universities will go “oar to oar” in a race down the River Dee on March 23.
A team of Robert Gordon University students have begun preparations which they hope will allow them to race a car at the famous Silverstone track.
Two universities have teamed up to address the shortage of home economics teachers across the north-east.
More than two dozen fledgling businesses in the north-east have been offered a helping hand through a first-of-its-kind university programme.
Nearly 30 prospective businesses have been chosen to join a new start-up “accelerator” set up by a north-east university and funded by the Wood Foundation.
From a young age, Harriet Dixon knew she wanted to be a nurse, and the hard-working student has now taken a huge step towards securing it as her dream career.
Just 24 hours after graduating, Danielle Robertson is already putting her new degree to good use.
With two RGU qualifications already under her belt, one Aberdeen student is already hard at work striving towards a third.
Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom was filled with applause and cheering yesterday as hundreds of new graduates both celebrated their achievements and prepared to enter the world of work.
The award-winning crime writer behind the best-selling Shetland and Vera Stanhope novels has been recognised with an honorary award from Robert Gordon University.
A north-east woman has proved anything is possible after completing her second degree while battling a long-term illness and undergoing two kidney transplants.
A mum from Moray who returned to education after her life was uprooted by the downturn in the oil and gas industry was one of the hundreds of happy graduates at yesterday’s ceremony in the Beach Ballroom.