Hundreds of pupils from across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have been learning about potential careers in the energy industry
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University academics have been enlisted in an effort to evaluate how the north's roads can be made safer for motorcyclists.
Fears have been raised that thousands of students could miss out on a learning opportunity of a lifetime if the Erasmus programme is scrapped post-Brexit.
It was 10 years after the Piper Alpha disaster that Professor David Alexander carried out an extensive study into the psychological effects of the tragedy on those who survived it.
Scotland’s leading paramedic will help run a new undergraduate course aimed at boosting numbers working in the north and north-east.
A pair of Aberdeen entrepreneurs have been given an unexpected boost with the backing of some of Scotland’s sporting heavyweights.
A team of north-east researchers have developed a prototype tiny turbine which they say could save homeowners hundreds of pounds every year.
The mental health of engineering students is the subject of a new study being carried out by an academic at Robert Gordon University.
Mintlaw student banned from road after being found asleep in the car and double the drink drive limit
A student has been disqualified from driving after being found more than double the legal alcohol limit with the keys in the ignition of his car.
An Aberdeen mum-of-three has picked up a masters degree in data science after reigniting her passion for the subject.
The Robert Gordon University graduation ceremony was halted after the fire alarm was activated this morning.
Kathryn Symmond had a difficult journey on the way to receiving her degree.
Students at an Aberdeen university are urging others to stay safe after a series of “intimidating” incidents near their campus.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) said it was “one step closer to digital transformation”, thanks to a £161,000 grant to fund a three-year knowledge transfer partnership with Robert Gordon University (RGU).
An Aberdeen charity has been officially partnered with Robert Gordon University.
Two north-east men with a love of coffee have taken their passion and turned it into a business as they open their first outlet at an Aberdeen university.
The number of paramedics working in the north and north-east could soon be bolstered following the roll-out of a new university course.
A woman who started a leading north-east recruitment firm will discuss her entrepreneurial journey at a public lecture this week.
The creators of the Aberdeen Student Show have announced its 2020 performance will envisage an alternate future for the city.
A shocking new study has revealed food poverty's growing impact on the long-term health of Scots.
Robert Gordon University has launched a search for north-east food entrepreneurs who could follow in the footsteps of Jamie Oliver by setting up shop on campus.
The next generation of north-east health professionals have been trained up to administer a life-saving medication as part of efforts to reduce the soaring number of drug-related deaths.
Olympic swimmer Hannah Miley will share inspirational stories on the "importance of determination" with students in Aberdeen.
Local legends steeped into the fabric of the north-east will be used to form a folklore project aimed at inspiring a new generation of students.
Libraries across the north-east will become the unlikely breeding grounds for the region's newest business enterprises.
An Aberdeenshire student was left “very excited” after getting the keys to a brand new Vauxhall Corsa in a charity raffle.
A programme designed to fast-track north-east businesses to success has opened for its second year.
Thomas Cook was an iconic brand – I still remember the ‘don’t just book it, Thomas Cook it’ strap-line.
MSPs want to quiz Aberdeen's two universities on their plans to become "financially sustainable" after the sector’s struggles were laid bare in a new report.
A group of 10 Japanese students are heading home after spending a month at the Robert Gordon University (RGU) and experiencing life in the north-east.
A cutting-edge technology firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, has teamed up with a Scottish university for a project aimed at boosting the output from wind farms.
Greater collaboration and regulation within the technology industry is key to the north-east becoming a hub of global excellence, an industry boss has claimed.