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Researchers make critical cell division discovery

Publish date: 2019/7/31 13:05 Posted by ...
Researchers at the University of Dundee have solved one of the mysteries of cell division, a discovery which may shed light on cancer development ...
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Rangers: Alfredo Morelos gets four-game ban for red card at Celtic Park

Publish date: 2019/4/1 20:16 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos will serve a four-game ban after his red card in his side's 2-1 defeat at Celtic Park on Sunday.
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Student dies in crash on private Stirlingshire estate

Publish date: 2019/4/1 19:54 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
Police say Edinburgh University student Sam Younger, 22, died in the accident on Saturday.
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Children make return to safety-fear Dumfries campus

Publish date: 2019/4/1 19:41 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The campus was closed following a series of incidents, including one in which a boy was hurt when a smart board fell on him.
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Armed men fire gun during attempted pub raid in Old Kilpatrick

Publish date: 2019/4/1 19:29 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The three masked men fled empty-handed after the attempted robbery at a pub in Old Kilpatrick.
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Family in Aberdeen photos found in Australia identified

Publish date: 2019/4/1 19:26 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A man recognises himself in images taken in the 1940s, 50s and 60s in north east Scotland which were found in Australia.
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Stephen Gallacher and son enjoy 'special' Mother's Day present at Indian Open

Publish date: 2019/4/1 19:22 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Stephen Gallacher says it was "more special" to win the Indian Open - his first title in five years - with his son by his side as caddie.
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Borders Railway extension study supported

Publish date: 2019/4/1 18:59 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The UK government backs plans to take a closer look at taking the Borders route on to Carlisle.
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Main Dundee to Aberdeen road blocked after morning crash

Publish date: 2019/4/1 18:55 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
A collision between a van and a car resulted in delays as lanes were restricted northbound on the A90.
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Man 'critical' after mass street brawl in Glasgow

Publish date: 2019/4/1 18:50 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Two other people were seriously injured in the incident in Glasgow's Merchant City following Sunday's Celtic-Rangers game.
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Man attacked by two intruders in Larkhall home

Publish date: 2019/4/1 18:35 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The 36-year-old man suffered serious facial injuries in the assault at his house in Larkhall.
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Woman sought after Edinburgh nightclub assault

Publish date: 2019/4/1 18:28 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Police have released images of a woman they believe can help with an investigation into an assault.
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Watch: Rangers' Ryan Kent likely to 'face retrospective action' for 'ridiculous' shove - Stewart

Publish date: 2019/4/1 17:51 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Rangers' Ryan Kent will likely face "retrospective action" after a "ridiculous" shove on Celtic captain Scott Brown, believe BBC pundits.
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Motorist 'clocked at 111mph on 60mph road' in Aberdeenshire

Publish date: 2019/4/1 17:49 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A 24-year-old man has been charged after the incident in Aberdeenshire on Sunday afternoon.
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Controllers at seven Hial airports begin industrial action

Publish date: 2019/4/1 17:19 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The air traffic staff are in a dispute over pay with their employer Highlands and Islands Airports Limited.
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Expanding distillery to go 100% green

Publish date: 2019/4/1 16:48 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The Bruichladdich whisky distillery plans to run itself entirely on renewable energy as part of a £20m investment.
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Service marks Super Puma crash

Publish date: 2019/4/1 16:18 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
All 14 passengers and two crew lost their lives on 1 April 2009 when the helicopter came down off Peterhead.
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Watch: Alfredo Morelos 'is a liability to Rangers' after derby red - Thompson

Publish date: 2019/4/1 15:17 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Former Rangers striker Steven Thompson says Alfredo Morelos is letting the club down after a fifth red card of the season in the Glasgow derby loss to Celtic.
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Scotland's papers: Old Firm fall-out and Brexit 'compromise'

Publish date: 2019/4/1 14:39 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Trouble during and after the Old Firm game and talk of an SNP Brexit "compromise" make Scotland's front pages
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Frank's Law: From petition to policy

Publish date: 2019/4/1 07:22 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
Free personal care for under-65s comes into effect, but the campaign for the new law started life as a petition.
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Saving the planet

Publish date: 2019/4/1 07:22 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Climate scientists from around the world are meeting in Edinburgh to plan future strategy.
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'Groundbreaking' new domestic abuse law comes into force

Publish date: 2019/4/1 07:20 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
The new legislation makes psychological domestic abuse and controlling behaviour a crime.
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The butcher who went vegan in secret

Publish date: 2019/4/1 07:17 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Brian Kavanagh worked in the meat industry for about 15 years before becoming vegan.
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MP Joanna Cherry hopes for cross-party support to rule out No-Deal

Publish date: 2019/3/31 22:43 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
SNP MP Joanna Cherry is hopeful of winning cross-party support for her bid to rule out No Deal
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Viking martyr

Publish date: 2019/3/31 18:58 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A hundred years ago what are thought to be the remains of St Magnus were found in the Orkney cathedral built in his honour.
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V&A Dundee hits 500,000 visitor landmark after six months

Publish date: 2019/3/31 09:41 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
The new design museum hit the target six months sooner than expected.
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Relegation fight 'not done by a long shot' - Dundee boss McIntyre

Publish date: 2019/3/31 02:55 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
The Scottish Premiership relegation battle is "not done by a long shot", warned Jim McIntyre, despite his Dundee side slipping to the bottom after losing at St Mirren.
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Motherwell 3-0 St Johnstone: Steelmen keep top-six hopes alive with second-half strikes

Publish date: 2019/3/31 01:51 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
Motherwell keep their slim top-six hopes alive and end St Johnstone's with three goals in the final 20 minutes at Fir Park.
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St Mirren 2-1 Dundee: Brad Lyon's moves Saints off bottom

Publish date: 2019/3/31 01:05 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
Brad Lyons' header hauls St Mirren off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership as they beat Dundee at the Simple Digital Arena.
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League tables

Publish date: 2019/3/30 10:13 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
What do the pupils of schools near the bottom of the unofficial school rankings think?
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Deadly price

Publish date: 2019/3/30 10:05 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Constructing Edinburgh's New Town sparked a "health disaster" among stonemasons, research reveals.
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Aqua aerobics teacher on how to keep fit at 90

Publish date: 2019/3/30 02:51 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
90-year-old Margaret Main takes water aerobics classes for over-50s.
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Nicola Sturgeon: 'Put Brexit back to the people'

Publish date: 2019/3/30 01:47 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Nicola Sturgeon says it is now for the Commons "to try to find the best way forward" after the prime minister's EU withdrawal deal is rejected by MPs.
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Man charged after biker injured in Stirling car crash

Publish date: 2019/3/29 21:03 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
A 22-year-old woman was taken to hospital after a crash involving a car in Stirling on Thursday night.
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Send us your pictures of Scotland

Publish date: 2019/3/29 19:48 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
All you need to know about sending in photographs for our weekly gallery.
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Your pictures

Publish date: 2019/3/29 19:38 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 22 and 29 March.
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Britain's oldest men turn 111 years old

Publish date: 2019/3/29 18:47 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
Alfred Smith, from Perthshire, and Bob Weighton, from Hampshire, were both born on 29 March 1908.
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Scotland's best new buildings of 2019

Publish date: 2019/3/29 02:22 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) announces its shortlist for its 2019 awards.
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Scottish rail changes you can expect in your region

Publish date: 2019/3/28 20:10 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
Network Rail has set out its plans to spend more than £4bn on Scotland's rail network - here are the details.
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Industrial action to cause flight disruption at Hial airports

Publish date: 2019/3/28 19:37 Posted by BBC News - Tayside and Central Scotland
The action by air traffic controllers will affect seven airports operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited.
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Pain barrier

Publish date: 2019/3/28 08:00 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Jo Cameron is one of two people on Earth known to have a mutation that means she feels almost no pain.
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Woman who feels no pain takes part in chilli challenge

Publish date: 2019/3/28 08:00 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Jo Cameron has a rare genetic mutation which means she feels virtually no pain.
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Sepsis survivor who left it 'too late'

Publish date: 2019/3/28 05:25 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
Lesley Jack called NHS 24 with flu symptoms but was sent straight to hospital. She had sepsis, pneumonia and her heart stopped.
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Viewer spots mystery face in the clouds

Publish date: 2019/3/26 22:06 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A surprise guest makes an appearance in the BBC Scotland weather forecast. But who is it?
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Your pictures: 15-22 March

Publish date: 2019/3/23 17:58 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 15 and 22 March.
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Your pictures: 8-15 March

Publish date: 2019/3/21 14:22 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 8 and 15 March.
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Your pictures: 1-8 March

Publish date: 2019/3/8 18:47 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 1 and 8 March.
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Your pictures: 22 Feb - 1 March

Publish date: 2019/3/1 19:41 Posted by BBC News - Scotland
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 22 February and 1 March.
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Abertay to partner a major cyber conference in Londo

Publish date: 2016/12/23 21:16 Posted by University of Abertay Dundee | News
Abertay University is partnering in a major international cyber conference in London for the first time.
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Great granddaughter of Celtic legend signs for Hibs

Publish date: 2016/12/22 17:19 Posted by University of Abertay Dundee | News
An Abertay University student with four generations of footballing greatness in her family has signed for one of Scotland’s biggest clubs.
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A reflective characterization of occasional user

Publish date: 2016/12/20 08:00 Posted by Abertay Research Collections
A reflective characterization of occasional user Carrillo, Antonio L.; Martinez, Santiago; Falgueras, Juan; Scott-Brown, Kenneth C. This work revisits established user classifications and aims to characterise a historically unspecified user category, the Occasional User (OU). Three user categories, novice, intermediate and expert, have dominated the work of user interface (UI) designers, researchers and educators for decades. These categories were created to conceptualise user's needs, strategie
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Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the production of whisk(e)y

Publish date: 2016/12/20 08:00 Posted by Abertay Research Collections
Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the production of whisk(e)y Walker, Graeme M.; Hill, Annie E. Whisky is a major global distilled spirit beverage. Whiskies are produced from cereal starches that are saccharified, fermented and distilled prior to spirit maturation. The strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae employed in whisky fermentations is crucially important not only in terms of ethanol yields, but also for production of minor yeast metabolites which collectively contribute to development of spirit fl
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Biomechanics analysis for terminal diagnosis runner

Publish date: 2016/12/16 00:51 Posted by University of Abertay Dundee | News
A runner who was given three months to live more than a year ago has received a cutting edge biomechanics analysis at Abertay ahead of an incredible marathon attempt.
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Scottish women of the future

Publish date: 2016/12/14 17:39 Posted by University of Abertay Dundee | News
Two former Abertay University students have made it into a national list of the top five ‘Women of the Future’.
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Abertay student’s family accept posthumous degree

Publish date: 2016/12/14 00:19 Posted by University of Abertay Dundee | News
A posthumous degree has been awarded to the family of an Abertay student who died just weeks before his graduation.
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Personal notions of time travel: reflections on love, loss, and growth through autoethnography

Publish date: 2016/9/30 08:00 Posted by Abertay Research Collections
Personal notions of time travel: reflections on love, loss, and growth through autoethnography Stirling, Fiona J. Using the concept of time travel as a contextual and narrative tool, the author explores themes of love, loss and growth after trauma. Reflections relate primarily to the experience of conducting the qualitative research method of autoethnography. Opening with consideration of existing work (Yoga and Loss: An Autoethnographical Exploration of Grief, Mind, and Body), discussion moves
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Playing with tension; national charisma at Euro 2012

Publish date: 2014/10/29 08:00 Posted by Abertay Research Collections
Playing with tension; national charisma at Euro 2012 Law, Alex European National football came together in the summer of 2012 for the 14th occasion. This book sets out to examine the enduring social tensions between supporters and authorities, as well as those between local, national and European identities, which formed the backdrop to the 14th staging of the European National football tournament, Euro2012. The context of the tournament was somewhat unique from those staged in previous years, b
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Dundee academics elected Fellows of Royal Society of Edinburgh

Publish date: 2014/3/5 20:29 Posted by University of Dundee News
The University of Dundee's Professor Claire Halpin and Professor Mary Renfrew have been honoured by election as Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
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Exhibition of 'selfies' goes on display at DJCAD

Publish date: 2014/3/5 18:42 Posted by University of Dundee News
It's been a big few months for the selfie, with Oxford Dictionaries naming it their word of the year and the snap of the Oscars stars smashing records for re-tweets but a new exhibition of work from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) students takes a more painstaking approach to self-portraiture.
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Dundee has 48 hours to change the world

Publish date: 2014/3/5 18:35 Posted by University of Dundee News
At 5pm on Friday, 7th March 2014, a global event will begin at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (DJCAD) that gives participants just 48 hours to change the world.
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Poetry and propaganda come to life

Publish date: 2014/3/4 22:07 Posted by University of Dundee News
Poetry used to spread propaganda through the press during World War I will be brought to life at a special event presented by staff from the University of Dundee’s School of Humanities and the JOOT Theatre Company this weekend
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Diabetes UK honour for Professor Stephen Greene

Publish date: 2014/3/4 20:26 Posted by University of Dundee News
Professor Stephen Greene, a world renowned expert in diabetes in young people, has been chosen to give the prestigious Arnold Bloom Lecture at Diabetes UK's conference in Liverpool next week.
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Consistency and support required to help achieve potential of neighbourhood policing

Publish date: 2014/3/3 18:20 Posted by University of Dundee News
Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) have a vital role to play in keeping neighbourhoods safe and improving confidence in policing but need to be fully valued and supported by police forces in order for them to do so, according to a new report from the University of Dundee.
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Women in Science Festival

Publish date: 2014/3/3 17:55 Posted by University of Dundee News
The achievements of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths will be celebrated at the Women In Science Festival 2014 this month.
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International recognition for PAMIS

Publish date: 2014/2/28 17:41 Posted by University of Dundee News
University of Dundee-based charity PAMIS has gained international recognition for its work on behalf of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families.
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Life affirming day about death at Royal Society of Edinburgh

Publish date: 2014/2/28 17:30 Posted by University of Dundee News
The Royal Society of Edinburgh, in partnership with the University of Dundee, is preparing to host a special day of free events and workshops aimed at encouraging people to prepare for their death. 'In Memoriam' takes place on Saturday 8 March and promises a life-affirming experience, which will explore through art, writing and discussion, the realities of dying and bereavement.
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'War Horse' screening to aid learning of pupils and students

Publish date: 2014/2/26 22:33 Posted by University of Dundee News
Pupils from two Fife primary schools will next week visit the University of Dundee for an engagement event hosted by the Education, English and History programmes.
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Sea's role in city regeneration to be explored

Publish date: 2014/2/26 18:34 Posted by University of Dundee News
The role that Dundee's historic relationship with the sea is playing in the city's regeneration will be explored during a series of lectures taking place at the University of Dundee next week.
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Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher Education

Publish date: 2014/2/26 17:56 Posted by University of Dundee News
The Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher Education 2014 will be awarded to the University of Dundee by Her Majesty The Queen at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Thursday, February 27th.
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First authoritative study into international financial standards for charitable sector welcomed

Publish date: 2014/2/25 23:31 Posted by University of Dundee News
A research team from the University of Dundee has co-led the first comprehensive global study into international financial reporting for not-for-profit organisations (NPOs).
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University to celebrate women during festival

Publish date: 2014/2/25 23:22 Posted by University of Dundee News
The University of Dundee is to host a series of events over the next few weeks as part of a city-wide celebration of women.
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Rotary offer £1000 boost to Dundee women's aid 40th anniversary

Publish date: 2014/2/25 18:05 Posted by University of Dundee News
The Rotary Club of Dundee has made a donation of £1000 to Dundee Women's Aid as the latter celebrate their 40th anniversary.
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Knee pain research extended to fife

Publish date: 2014/2/25 17:59 Posted by University of Dundee News
A research study about knee arthritis has now been extended to the kingdom of Fife.
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DJCAD students launch takeover to exhibit work

Publish date: 2014/2/24 19:07 Posted by University of Dundee News
A group of final-year students from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) will this weekend take a Dundee gallery over for an exhibition demonstrating what they have learned during their studies.
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Students contribute to GIDE to feeding the planet

Publish date: 2014/2/24 18:59 Posted by University of Dundee News
Interior Environmental Design students from the University of Dundee will next week travel to Belgium to take part in an international symposium exploring design, urbanism and sustainability and how the three can combine to feed the planet.
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Great War Dundee project wins CASS Public Engagement Award

Publish date: 2014/2/21 22:54 Posted by University of Dundee News
The leading role played by two University of Dundee historians in commemorating World War I locally has seen them named as winners of the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) Public Engagement Award for 2013-14.
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Dundee research gets 'dissected' on BBC

Publish date: 2014/2/21 22:41 Posted by University of Dundee News
World-leading research at the University of Dundee into motion analysis and the pressures it places on our bodies will get the 'Dissected' treatment on BBC4 this week.
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Staff and students encouraged to support Fairtrade Fortnight 2014

Publish date: 2014/2/21 18:47 Posted by University of Dundee News
A series of events aimed at encouraging students, staff and visitors to embrace ethical shopping will be held at the University of Dundee in coming weeks.
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