Engineering experts of the future went head-to-head yesterday as they put hand-made robots through a series of perilous underwater tasks.
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A north-east student who whose university studies were thrown into chaos when his laptop - containing his dissertation - was stolen has been granted an extension.
Students in Aberdeen went head-to-head yesterday as they put an array of human-powered go-karts to the test.
Aberdeen has lost its focus on being the energy capital of Europe, it has been claimed.
Aberdeen students are researching robotic methods of building houses, which they believe could save people time and money when buying new homes.
Aberdeen University has reclaimed top honours in the city after beating rivals Robert Gordon University in the annual boat race.
The future generation of nurses will be passing on life-saving skills to the public this week, in an effort to reduce the number of cardiac arrest deaths.
A group of students have created models of how the Deeside Railway line could be adapted for the modern day.
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.
Fresh changes have been made to the top team at Robert Gordon University (RGU) in the wake of a series of high-profile departures last year.
North-east academics are researching ways to improve the mental health of farmers amid rising concerns about the number of workers in the agricultural sector taking their own lives.
Women attending university in Aberdeen have been targeted by a "disgusting" social media group which asks men to share indecent images of female students.
Women attending university in Aberdeen have been made the target of a secret Snapchat group, calling themselves "the Brohood", which asks members to share indecent pictures of female students.
Universities in Scotland have racked up a bill of almost £50million by paying off more than 1,550 staff in the last few years, it can be revealed.
A new deli created by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver opened in Aberdeen yesterday in a UK-first.
Universities in the north of Scotland are spending thousands of pounds every month on items including takeaway pizza, coffee and bouquets of flowers.
In cyberspace, everybody can hear you scream.
The end of production on a North Sea platform has been marked with a photo campaign after 30 years of operations.
Thousands of students have been caught cheating or plagiarising in the past five years.
More than 40 students from Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) school of health sciences will put their training into practice in the New Year.
The fashion & textile design course at Gray’s School of Art has been officially awarded British Fashion Council membership.
More than two dozen fledgling businesses in the north-east have been offered a helping hand through a first-of-its-kind university programme.
A student who claimed he was drug dealing to pay his university fees was yesterday jailed for four years and 145 days.
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.
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.
Hundreds of schoolchildren descended on Aberdeen’s Tivoli Theatre yesterday to unveil their designs for the perfect shop on the city’s iconic Granite Mile.
More young people will gain access to higher education thanks to a donation made by graduates of Robert Gordon's University.
Generous former students of a north-east university have given more than £15,000 to good causes.
Crafters, confectioners and collectors will come together as part of a series of markets being held at the St Nicholas Mall.