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Members of a University of Dundee support group for adults with the language impairment condition aphasia have worked with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) to create music that explores their ideas about the journey out of lockdown.
The University of Dundee is to bring its expertise in diabetes, precision medicine and machine learning to bear on a project aiming to improve the outcomes for people with diabetes in Malaysia.
Researchers and clinicians from the University of Dundee and NHS Tayside hope to develop technology capable of diagnosing skin cancer after benefitting from a major UK Government investment in artificial intelligence.
The job of the intelligence services these days is much more about desk-based analysis than it is speedboats, exploding pens and bullet-proof Aston Martins.
The Dundee University Computing Society in collaboration with the Women in STEM Society organised an exciting fundraising event to raise funds for the charity Black Girls Code
A new course developed by the University of Dundee aims to enhance the learning experience of students facing barriers to their education due to disability.
Accessible web content benefits individuals, businesses, and society but is often a challenging task
Dr Michael Crabb from the University of Dundee’s Computing department has been appointed to the role of Human Computer Interaction Theme Lead of The Scottish Informatic and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA).
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Professor Emanuele Trucco from Computing at the School of Science and Engineering at the University of Dundee has been awarded this year’s Distinguished Fellowship of The British Machine Vision Association (BMVA).