With our expertise and facilities, commercial ideas can go even further
GovGrant University Spinout Report 2021
Together, we can make a difference.
We have the knowledge, expertise, skills and facilities to springboard ideas with market potential and bring business ambitions to fruition.
We drive change by being bold, thinking outside the box, and investing in research and ideas with impact that make a difference.
From recent graduates to award-winning research experts, if you’re looking for academic support to enhance your business potential we can help.
There's no 'one-size-fits-all' route to success. Whether you’re a first-time collaborator or a longer-term partner, we offer a variety of services to meet your needs – from projects, consultancy and facility services, to licensable technologies and commercialisation.
Through fundamental science breakthroughs, spinning out innovative businesses, and finding ways of improving the world around us, the work we do with our industry partners is transforming lives, and helping us make a difference both locally and globally.
Talk to us today to explore how we can help you achieve your goals.
Guardian University Guide 2021
We are a world-class institution, with world-leading technology experts, research and advanced research facilities. Our innovation culture involves working with large and small partners to turn technology ideas into commercial realities. Together we can go even further.
Industry stories from the University of Dundee
A University of Dundee academic has told how the efforts of UK medics are helping to transform care for women with some of the lowest breast cancer survival rates in the world
Some of Britain’s biggest business stars are reflecting on their successes as part of a major new podcast series from the University of Dundee.
The University of Dundee and Bio-Techne, a global life sciences company providing innovative tools and bioactive reagents, will partner to commercialise technology developed at Dundee that enhances the understanding of undruggable diseases.
Professor Amin Abdolvand