School of Science and Engineering

Through our teaching and research, we bring together subjects in STEM to address global societal challenges and develop life-changing technologies

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Our space research dates back to breakthroughs in aerospace engineering and space technology, such as R&D taken forward by our spinout company STAR-Dundee, which specialises in spacecraft on-board data-handling and processing technologies.

Published on 10 June 2021

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A University of Dundee undergraduate who was given a life-changing diagnosis during his studies has hopes of changing the face of total artificial heart technology after becoming a finalist for a national award

Published on 21 May 2021

Tap and Talk aphasia iPad group zoom sessions showing everyone on their webcams

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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.

Published on 10 May 2021


The Science@Home initiative developed by Dundee Science Centre, the School of Science and Engineering, and Dundee and Angus College aims to break down barriers to learning

Published on 3 May 2021

Help us: Travel in(to) the Future. Use ideas based on STEM to visualise changes to travel in(to) the future. Flying cars, Solar powered planes, Holidays on Mars, Travelling through tubes, Rocket commuting to the moon, Time travel to see the dinosaurs


The School of Science and Engineering at the University of Dundee is hosting this year’s STEM Poster Competition for all primary and secondary aged students

Published on 13 April 2021