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Poster for Masters Showcase

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Work by dozens of students from some of the UK's most innovative and exciting postgraduate courses will be exhibited online when the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design Masters Showcase 2020 opens next month.

Published on 18 September 2020

a group of people smiling at an exhibition

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Earlier this year, the Bits & Bones exhibition was a student organised event to showcase their range of artwork and talents, and provide the public with an introduction to the fields of Medical and Forensic Art

Published on 26 June 2020

Cafe science poster

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The spines of skeletons recovered from archaeological sites provide tantalising clues as to the lives led by past populations and potentially even into their socio-cultural structure, according to a University of Dundee researcher.

Published on 21 January 2020

Photo of Aimee Hutchinson outsite Caird Hall wearing her graduation gown and waving her degree about

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A University of Dundee graduand will be able to proudly receive her Master’s degree this week knowing that she has helped draw attention to an often misunderstood condition which affects 176 million women worldwide

Published on 14 November 2019

Karen Fleming

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A University of Dundee student has revealed the face of one of Scotland’s oldest druids, believed to have been more than 60 years old when she died during the Iron Age.

Published on 14 August 2019

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The University of Dundee has been ranked top in the United Kingdom for Forensic Science in the 2020 edition of the Complete University Guide league tables

Published on 1 May 2019

a woman with a mixed reality headset on

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Students from the University of Dundee have designed and developed several innovative augmented reality apps for medical education and training

Published on 19 April 2019

hallway entrance

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To meet the increasing need for public engagement in anatomy education and the growing demand from students and external agencies for anatomical and forensic training, we are investing in additional high quality teaching and public engagement space

Published on 30 July 2018