15 Oct 2015

Public invited to Make:Shift:Do at Duncan of Jordanstone

Members of the public are invited to Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design next week to try their hand at new techniques used to create products in the design and craft industries. The college, part of the University of Dundee, is the only Scottish satellite venue for Make:Shift:Do, a festival of innovation organised by the UK Crafts Council that takes place on Friday, 23rd October. From open-source making and the rise of 3D printers, the UK is witnessing a boom in new making, fuelled by accessible new design technology and the spread of social media. Make:Shift:Do celebrates digital innovation i...

Public invited to Make:Shift:Do at Duncan of Jordanstone

15 Oct 2015

Dundee in world’s top 100 universities for Medicine and Health

The University of Dundee has scored another impressive international rating after being placed 90th in Times Higher Education’s World University subject rankings for Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health. The 2015-2016 Times Higher Education World University Rankings' Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health table judges world class universities across all of their core missions - teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook. “This is another excellent result for Dundee that highlights our international standing in medical science and allied health subjects,” ...

Dundee in world’s top 100 universities for Medicine and Health

14 Oct 2015

Research leads to change in medicine labelling for salt content

University of Dundee research that showed high salt levels in common medicines put patients at increased risk of cardiovascular events has led to a recommendation for a Europe-wide change in labelling legislation for medication. The 2013 study, led by Dr Jacob George from the University’s School of Medicine alongside collaborators from University College London, showed that millions of patients were exceeding the recommended daily limits for sodium, without any additional dietary intake. Many commonly prescribed medicines have sodium added to improve their absorption into the body but excess salt is ...

14 Oct 2015

‘Tomorrow Was a Montage’ – work of celebrated East European artists to take place at Cooper Gallery

The next exhibition to take place at the University of Dundee’s Cooper Gallery will bring together work by three generations of Polish and Hungarian artists around the practice of montage. Featuring graphic design, animation, films and performance, ‘Tomorrow Was a Montage’ opens on Thursday, 29th October. The exhibition features 60 poster works by the internationally celebrated graphic designer Roman Cieślewicz, exhibited for the first time in Scotland, and films by preeminent filmmakers including Jan Lenica’s 1963 animation Labyrinth, considered to be one of the finest political a...

‘Tomorrow Was a Montage’ – work of celebrated East European artists to take place at Cooper Gallery

13 Oct 2015

Men aged 25 and 34 sought for art project

A Fine Art student from the University of Dundee is appealing for 25 and 34-year-old men to take part in a project helping her to deal with the death of her brother nine years ago. Mhari Davidson’s younger brother Shaun was only 25 when he died in 2006. She is looking for nine men of the same age as Shaun was when he died and another nine the same age as he would be now to pose for photographs as part of her work examining the changes that people undergo during that nine-year period and wondering what her brother would have been like now. Mhari, a Year 3 student at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Ar...

Men aged 25 and 34 sought for art project