UoD one of 1st in Scotland to get a SafePod

University of Dundee SafePod now open

SafePod ribbon cut

On Friday 25th February, the Dundee SafePod situated within the Main Library was opened by Professor John Rowan, Vice-Principal for Research, Knowledge Exchange & Wider Impact.  The event attendees included researchers, professional services supporting research and external partners including the Manager and the Director of the SafePod Network and colleagues from University of St Andrews Library.

The event was a chance to showcase this new and exciting facility, the University of Dundee is one of the first in Scotland to get a SafePod to enable vital public benefit research (Glasgow Caledonian University being the other available for use in Scotland).  Following the official ribbon cutting, attendees were invited to look at the researcher space and find out more about the facility.

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