Latest News for 09/2020
09 Mar 2020
DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN POSTPONED. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
21 Jan 2020
Researchers in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee have helped to uncover and understand the genome of a vitally important orphan crop, called water yam.
16 Jan 2020
A study published this week in the journal eLife, by a team at University of Dundee's School of Life Sciences uses a new approach to reveal the complexity and modifications of RNA that are essential to genetic control. They passed RNA through pores developed by Oxford Nanopore Technology to reveal directly the sequence of 1000s of RNA molecules.
01 Mar 2019
Academics from the University of Dundee are among leading figures named today as new Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s National Academy. The new Fellows from the School of Life Sciences are Professor Geoff Barton, Professor of Bioinformatics and Head of the Division of Computational Biology and Professor Victoria Cowling, Professor of Biology and Deputy Head of the Centre for Gene Regulation and Expression.
03 Oct 2018
A Plant Scientist in Dundee has been awarded almost £1.25 million to study the interaction between plants and soil microbes, with the ultimate aim of boosting sustainable food production.
03 Sep 2018
Three new funding awards from the Global Challenges Research Fund were recently made to research teams in the Division of Plant Sciences.
28 May 2018
Funding of £1million has been announced to help University of Dundee scientists tackle the challenges of dealing with big data, just 24 hours after Theresa May heralded the potential of artificial intelligence to transform healthcare.
20 Feb 2018
Katarzyna Knop, a post-doctoral researcher in Gordon Simpson’s lab, has been awarded a two-year Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship. Her research will focus on gene expression in plants, in particular those involved in plant immune responses.
14 Jan 2015
Finding the solution to a new level of genetic complexity could help unlock the secrets of the DNA code in plant and human genomes.
12 Mar 2014
A collaboration between researchers from the Barton and Lamond Groups has resulted in the launch of a new software interface that integrates proteomics data management tools for users of the College of Life Sciences’ Fingerprints Proteomics Facility. (http://proteomics.lifesci.dundee.ac.uk)