CLS Impact and Outreach
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.
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:
Animating Science is a successful public engagement project focused on inviting young people to convey scientific topics and ideas through the medium of stop-motion animation. After running on a small scale for several years we are scaling up to work with even more students, and we need your help!
Platinum Informatics is a new spin-out company providing state of the art software solutions for the management, visualisation and analysis of large and complex data sets in a wide range of laboratory and industrial environments. The company is commercialising software developed for more than 10 years within the University of Dundee by Professor Angus Lamond’s team in the School of Life Sciences.
Add Impact To Your Research
Have an idea but unsure of how to protect it? Learn about patents, copyright, trademarks and new invention disclosures at our IP drop-in session on the morning of Thursday 19th April at The Street.
Want to get involved in Public Engagement but not sure how to?
The award-winning Storey sisters will launch their latest exhibition in Dundee this week, fusing the worlds of fashion and cellular biology.