Cateran yomp success for University staff

Cateran yomp success for University staff

Two members of staff are celebrating their success at being part of the fastest female team to complete the gruelling 54 mile Cateran Yomp through Perthshire at the weekend. Dr Jackie Heilbronn, a laboratory manager in the School of Life Sciences, and Hazel Ednie,...
Designs for Life

Designs for Life

Lorens Holm, Reader in Architecture and Director of the Geddes Institute for Urban Research, reflects on a visit to Dundee’s sister City of Design – Wuhan in China. I went to Wuhan with my colleague at the University, Andy Milligan, to represent Dundee at...
Research to put bite on NASH liver disease

Research to put bite on NASH liver disease

A form of liver disease which threatens to become a modern epidemic due to its association with obesity and type 2 diabetes may be stopped in its tracks thanks to a research breakthrough by scientists at Dundee and other universities. They found that the liver disease...
Daily mile

Daily mile

Why should I walk? The University of Dundee enjoys a wonderful location alongside the Tay Estuary and its campus is an ideal place to enjoy walking, with plenty of green space and some interesting, historic buildings. Walking a mile or so each day has been shown to...
Taking Dundee to Dubai

Taking Dundee to Dubai

In November 2017, Eilidh Reilly from the School of Education and Social Work took a trip to Dubai. Packed with school visits, workshops, and meetings with potential students, she was also able to experience a little bit of middle eastern culture… Day 1 –...