The University of Dundee’s D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum will this weekend celebrate Easter by introducing the public to a recently redis...
The consumption of sports drinks by everyone from Sunday-league footballers to gym-goers to Olympic athletes has become commonplace in recent years, b...
Professor Sir Philip Cohen has been elected a Corresponding Member of the Australian Academy of Science, one of only 27 scientists from around the wor...
Dundee's Central Waterfront is going thorough a period of dramatic change further emboldened by the imminent construction of the V&A.
Presented by Professor Graeme Hutton, this lecture will discuss how the qualities of Dundee's existing urban fabric - the background architecture - can be extended to create places, streets and buildings which, whilst modern, show continuity with the past.
Dr Jenny Woof - immunologist and specialist in antibody structure and function at the University of Dundee’s Medical Research Institute – chaired the 2014 Gordon Research Conference on Antibody Biology and Engineering, held in Tuscany’s Il Ciocco, Italy.
The high level international meeting brought together over 170 leading researchers from both academia and industry to focus on the very latest scientific advances in this field.
Dr Woof’s own work includes the analysis of how antibodies work, together with developing novel antibody reagents for treating certain cancers and infections such as tuberculosis.
The Commonwealth Games has recognised Dundee University medical student Elizabeth Ferris' tireless work in promoting disability sport by selecting the 27 year old as a Queen's Baton Relay batonbearer when it journeys through Dundee on Friday 27th June.
Elizabeth began her studies in 2008 but had to pause due to illness in her second year as a result of acquiring a spinal cord injury.