The University of Dundee has announced a collaboration agreement with TPP Global Development Ltd to establish a drug development fund.
CLS Impact and Outreach
Researchers from the Universities of Leeds, Edinburgh and Dundee have shed new light on the way that the brain protects itself from harm when ‘running on empty’.
Dedicated fundraiser, Matt Wallace, who gave up his job and his flat on his 30th birthday to embark upon an ambitious social media charity quest visited researchers at the Dundee Cancer Centre on Monday 24 October 2011.
Matt Wallace has left behind his family and friends, his home and even his job, to walk the length and breadth of the country promoting the life-saving work which takes place at each of Cancer Research UK’s centres of excellence.
As part of a Royal Society Teacher Partnership Grant Dr Nicola Stanley Wall and Jane Parker are running a project entitled Molecular Microbes with students from S1 at the Bell Baxter School.
SHARED IMAGINATION: ART AND SCIENCE COLLABORATIONS IN DUNDEE
Amy Capes, a PhD student in the Division of Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery at the University of Dundee, has won the Medical Research Council's 2011 Max Perutz Science Writing Award for her article `Putting Sleeping Sickness on the Radar'.
The College of Life Sciences is delighted to announce a new exhibit at Sensation, Dundee Science Centre highlighting all the different types of life sciences research for which the College and Dundee are internationally renowned.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee have entered into an agreement to combine the pharmaceutical company’s expertise in discovering and developing new medicines with the researcher’s expertise in rare and debilitating skin disorders under GSK’s Discovery Partnerships with Academia initiative.
This year Generic Skills Dundee ran its first Venture Programme to promote enterprise to research staff and students. Mhairi Towler, from the College of Life Sciences came a very close second in this recent competition with her Idea Development Plan: Scientific Animation in 3 Dimension for Communication - "Viva-mation".
HRH The Princess Royal visited the College of Life Sciences as part of her visit to the University of Dundee on Tuesday April 19th, when she officially opened the new Centre for Molecular Medicine at the Clinical Research Centre, part of the University’s School of Medicine.