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Fife Science Festival 2017 - call for participants/helpers
Dundee Science Centre is calling for organisations/individuals to be part of Fife Science Festival 2017 running from 17th May – 10th June
Tay Cities Deal Submission Launched.
Our ambitious @taycities deal has been launched. To find our more, and to register your support, visit http://www.taycities.co.uk
Dundee SmartCare Convention, a free event in the Caird Hall on 15 February.
The next five years in digital healthcare is a key topic at this year's Dundee SmartCare Convention, a free event in the Caird Hall on 15 February.
Early Bird Registration now open for the 17th BioDundee International Conference 23-24 May
23rd and 24th May 2017
New study testing the delivery of the best asthma treatment based on genetics
Children and young adults with asthma (aged 12-18) are being asked to join the study to see whether they respond better to a personalised approach to asthma treatment than to the current standard treatments.
£13.6 million award to establish new Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research at Dundee
The University of Dundee has been awarded £13.6 million by Wellcome to establish a new research centre to tackle some of the world’s most devastating diseases.
See what I mean? Workshop with 'Trolls' Dave Burgess of DreamWorks
The Workshop is open to all sectors and will be led by The Animation Centrifuge and Dave Burgess. Also presenting ground-breaking work on visualisation for medicine will be Jim Bown, Professor of Systems Biology at Abertay University.
Booking open for Scotland's Life Sciences Dinner and Annual Awards, 2nd February 2017
Time 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm Venue: National Museum of Scotland
Wellcome multi-million pound boost for biomedical research at Dundee
Wellcome has awarded the University £3.75million from their Institutional Strategic Support Fund (ISSF).
Scottish Life Sciences Awards 2017 - Call for Nominations now open
The Awards will be presented at Scotland’s Life Sciences Dinner and Annual Awards 2017 on Thursday 2nd February 2017 at the National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh.
Award-winning academia-industry collaboration attracts £7 million to accelerate drug discovery
Support enables scientists at Dundee to continue their fundamental research in multiple therapeutic areas, including cancer, arthritis, lupus, hypertension and Parkinson’s disease.
Dundee expert contributing to historic New York debates on antimicrobial resistance
Professor Dilip Nathwani, President of the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Honorary Professor of Infection at the University of Dundee, and Consultant Physician in Infectious Diseases at NHS Tayside, will be among those contributing to the historic high-level meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Jobs, Skills and Apprenticeships Fair. 12-5pm, Thursday 29 September 2016
The event & exhibition is open to anyone who is interested in moving forward in 2016, whether that's finding a job, changing career, starting a business or adding to the skills and qualifications you already have to find something new.
GPs turn to Dundee for IT help – 70 jobs created
Technology is making life easier for patients and doctors, and some of that is Made In Dundee.
Dundee researchers contribute to `open science’ project to develop malaria drugs
Malaria remains one of the world’s leading causes of mortality in developing countries. An international consortium of researchers, including scientists at the University of Dundee, unveils the mechanics and findings of a unique “open science” project.
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Genomics and Proteomics
Gold colloid technology
High Throughput Screening
Lateral flow rapid tests
Prospective studies requiring "special data collection"
Quality Management Systems
Real World Phase 4 observational studies
Stem Cell Research and Development
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