Findings from a University of Dundee study help to explain why some females may be more predisposed to disease, suffer worse outcomes of virus infection such as Covid-19, or why they respond differ
University of Dundee staff and students who go the extra mile when working with the public have been hailed by former Rector Stephen Fry.
Exscientia, a clinical-stage Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven pharmatech company, today announced that it has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, recognising its pioneering work
Proceeds to continue expansion of proprietary pipeline and end-to-end AI drug discovery capabilities.
Life sciences entrepreneurs who have raised millions of pounds will share their stories at next month’s BioDundee conference.
How Covid-19 brought the pharmaceutical sector together to “push the boundaries” will be discussed at this year’s BioDundee conference.
The BioDundee International Conference will return as a free online event in May after being cancelled last year.
Experts at the University of Dundee have been awarded £2.4 million to identify compounds that could pave the way for a single dose treatment for malaria.
Babies in the womb will respond to interaction from its mother, including conversation and touching, a University of Dundee study has found.
The University of Dundee will celebrate how it communicates its work with communities and partners with a special day of events.