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June 2018

  • 21 Jun 2018

    The latest publication by Kim Dale's lab has been  selected as a research highlight in this latest issue of development in the Company of Biologist Journal. MYC activity is required for maintenance of the Neuromesodermal Progenitor signalling network and for correct timing of segmentation clock gene oscillations" AUTHORS: Ioanna Mastromina, Laure Verrier, Joana Clara Silva, Kate G. Storey, and Kim J. Dale ARTICLE TYPE: Research Article  

  • Dr Jens Januschke
    21 Jun 2018

    Dr Jens Januschke from the Division of Cell and Developmental Biology has been awarded tenure this week. His research focus is on how stem cells work and sometimes malfunction in the developing nervous system of Drosophila. Jens joined the School of Life Sciences in 2012 as a Principal Investigator, where in February 2013 he was awarded a Sir Henry Dale Fellowship. He received an extension to this fellowship in January this year.  

  • (Left to right): Guillermo Serrano Najera, Luke Fulcher and Elena Purlyte
    18 Jun 2018

    Three PhD students in the School have been selected to join Europe’s finest University students in creative and intellectual collaboration at Roche Continents 2018.

  • Playing a game about the workings of stem cells are (l-r) PhD students Theresa Tachie-Menson, Anna Seggara Fas, Alexia Kalogeropulou, and Elena Purlyte
    15 Jun 2018

    Experts at the University of Dundee have concocted a formula for family fun as they celebrate all things science this weekend.

  • Arabidopsis
    14 Jun 2018

    Research by a group of scientists from the University of Dundee and the James Hutton Institute, along with partners from Glasgow and Durham universities, has found that a genetic process known as alternative splicing has a massive effect on the response of plants to stress from cold temperatures. The paper -published in the American Society of Plant Biologists’ journal The Plant Cell - is already proving very influential and attracting wide interest.

  • The House in the Sky
    13 Jun 2018

    Small may be beautiful but a larger than life exhibition at the University of Dundee will chart the major role that miniature models play in shaping our world. A Working Model of the World will open to the public at the University’s LifeSpace Gallery on Friday 15 June and will be on display until Saturday 22 September 2018.

  • Lamond Proteomics Laboratory
    12 Jun 2018

    A new study entitled “Proteomic Analysis of the Cell Cycle of Procylic Form Trypanosoma brucei” has just been published in Molecular and Cellular Proteomics (Crozier et al., 2018, Mol Cell Proteomics 2018 17: 1184-1195). This study resulted from a collaboration between the laboratories of Mike Ferguson (BCDD) and Angus Lamond (GRE).  Trypanosoma brucei is an evolutionarily divergent eukaryotic protozoan parasite that causes human and animal trypanosomiasis (also called ‘sleeping sickness’) in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Secretary of State for Scotland, Rt Hon David Mundell MP with representatives from the three Tay Cities bids
    08 Jun 2018

    The Secretary of State for Scotland, Rt Hon David Mundell MP, heard details of the bids being made as part of the Tay Cities Deal to bolster Dundee’s considerable strengths in biomedical sciences, forensic science and cybersecurity, in a visit to the city today. Representatives of the three bids, including one involving the School, met with the Secretary of State at the Discovery Centre in the School. The bids are set to transform the innovation capacity of the Tay Cities Region delivering jobs and long-term growth.  The bids are:

  • 07 Jun 2018

    The University of Dundee’s contribution to the UK’s strength in the global life sciences sector is being highlighted this week by its Drug Discovery Unit at one of the world’s major scientific gatherings, the 2018 BIO International Convention in Boston.

  • Geddes Quadrangle
    06 Jun 2018

    The University of Dundee has been ranked 22nd in the world, and 1st in Scotland, in a new league table of universities founded in the post-war ‘Golden Age’.