Industry stories

Some success stories from our partnerships and collaborations

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“It’s great to hear that researchers from the University of Dundee are joining forces with the University of Oxford, and Bukwang pharmaceutical company, to drive forward the development of drugs to help all those living with Parkinson’s.”

Dr Beckie Port, Research Manager at Parkinson's UK

Discoveries of today, medicines of tomorrow

A unique mix of a wide range of skills and expertise, from academia and industry, is making the translation of life sciences research into therapeutic applications efficient and successful
Drug Discovery Unit: medicines of tomorrow

Boehringer Ingelheim

A world-changing idea: the development a completely new class of drugs with the potential to 'drug the undruggable'
Our collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim

CERN

A collaboration between the University of Dundee, The Science and Technology Facilities Council, and CERN
Our collaboration with CERN

Division of Signal Transduction Therapy

The University of Dundee’s Division of Signal Transduction Therapy (DSTT) is one of the world’s largest ever collaborations between the commercial pharmaceutical industry and any academic research institute
Division of Signal Transduction Therapy

SFC Innovation Voucher: McCormack Innovation Ltd

McCormack Innovation worked with scientists at the University of Dundee and Heriot Watt University on FlushAway wipes that dissolve in water preventing blocked sewage networks and pollution to the water and marine environment
SFC Innovation Voucher: McCormack Innovation Ltd

Rautomead Ltd

A partnership between Rautomead Ltd and the University of Dundee has helped to maintain Rautomead Ltd's position as market leaders in their field
Our partnership with Rautomead Ltd

Knowledge Transfer Partnership: SSEN

In partnership with health and social care experts at the University of Dundee, SSEN were able to improve the service they provide to customers, with a particular focus on people that experience difficulties during a power cut
New knowledge lights up Scottish and Southern Electricity Network’s Communication Approach