Stories from the University of Dundee in 2022 - January to June

Press releases, features, and news from 2022 - January to June

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January to June

Feature

Katie Steele (2nd year Business Management student) and Bori Szilagyi (4th year Scots Law student) share their experiences of what they learned and gained from being our 2021 - 2022 Career Ambassadors

Published on 30 June 2022

News

Over the past two weeks, the University of Dundee has been celebrating graduation. Last week, the graduands from 2022 crossed the stage at the Caird Hall to receive their degrees.

Published on 29 June 2022

Press release

Three University of Dundee academics have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

Published on 2 June 2022

Creating Public Information Comics artwork by Jack Brougham
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Impact case study

Research into comics has led to new partnerships and publications tackling issues of public interest.

Published on 17 May 2022

Press release

The University of Dundee has been confirmed as one of the UK’s leading research centres for biological sciences, according to the results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021)

Published on 12 May 2022

Tower Building with University of Dundee logo and blue skies above
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Press release

The University of Dundee unequivocally condemns the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation and calls for a peaceful solution that avoids further bloodshed and tragedy.

Published on 4 March 2022

Feature

A biopharmaceutical company, creates first-in-class therapeutics, based on targeted protein degradation (TPD), that harness the body’s natural processes to selectively and efficiently degrade and remove disease-causing proteins.

Published on 10 February 2022

Feature

Ten Bio Ltd is a spin out from the University of Dundee that aims to transform pharmaceutical and cosmetic testing by offering an alternative for many experiments currently only performed in animals

Published on 3 February 2022

Press release

Protein missiles that fight diseased cells, renewable energy infrastructure for the future, and the ways in which mathematics and computing science can give us insights into sexism are just some of the topics to be explored at the University next week

Published on 7 January 2022