Stories and announcements from the School of Science and Engineering
The University of Dundee has become the first academic institution in Scotland to sign-up to a new pledge, to help promote diversity in engineering
Dr Michael Crabb from the University of Dundee’s Computing department has been appointed to the role of Human Computer Interaction Theme Lead of The Scottish Informatic and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA).
What is ‘R’ and why does it need to be less than one? How many people need to take a vaccine for it to be effective? How much social distancing is needed to flatten the curve? And what does mathematics have to do with any of this?
The Norman K Harrison medal is presented annually at the discretion of the chairman to a member of the institution in recognition of their work and services to medical illustration
The School of Science and Engineering are delighted to announce our Equate Student Network champions 2020
The University of Dundee is launching a new degree in civil engineering to help meet the growing demand for structural engineers with understanding of the architectural role within construction.
Hakim Manan grew up hearing about Dundee from a very young age. So, when it came to choosing a university to study at, there was no doubt where he wanted to go
Harris Angeli made it to the final of the international ClimateLaunchpad competition with a cleantech product designed to revolutionise how we charge our electronic devices. He tells us the story behind the product.
Over the past few decades, there has been huge advancements for women in areas such as medicine, business and law. Yet, when it comes to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), the picture is less promising.
Earlier this year, viewers across the UK witnessed the magic of Dundee graduate, Kevin Quantum, on the ITV hit show Britain’s Got Talent