A Dundee University expert has said improving oral health habits can help rehabilitate prisoners.
Mel C will this week become the first Spice Girl to perform in Dundee.
A neo-Nazi group has been condemned amid claims it targeted international students at Dundee University.
The number of people from Dundee University who died during the First World War may be more than double that previously thought.
Donald Trump’s election as president of the United States has attracted its fair share of criticism.
A packed Caird Hall was evacuated ahead of the Dundee University winter graduations today.
A Dundee University student is to attempt to cycle the height of Everest on Dundee Law for charity.
She broke hearts on St Valentine’s day and now she’s getting into people’s heads for Halloween.
A festival of science, music, art and literature begins in Dundee this week.
An American student was delighted to find rare comics – some dating back to the 1800s – among thousands of comics she catalogued at the University of Dundee.
The success of charity art trails highlights the positive effect sculpture can play in bolstering civic pride, a University of Dundee academic has said.
A Dundee University student will swap her studies for scissors next month as she has her long hair cut to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
A showcase of the work of prominent American artist Lawrence Weiner is to take a starring role at The McManus’s first-ever Artist Rooms exhibition.
Man discovers graffiti left by his dad almost 60 years ago on demolished Dundee University structure
A man has discovered a piece of graffiti left by his own dad almost 60 years ago on a demolished Dundee University structure.
A researcher from Dundee University is hoping to revolutionise the way crime scenes are investigated – by using virtual reality.
The next generation of legal professionals can put prospective employers in the dock as the University of Dundee prepares to host one of the sector’s largest recruitment fairs.
Aged 17, Victoria Stewart had her first drink – and found the experience a thrill.
Adrenaline-seekers boosted care for families facing terminal illness with 65 people raising £12,793.12 by abseiling 140ft off Dundee University Tower Building in aid of Marie Curie.
A health expert believes stopping addicts feeling “worthless, hated and stigmatised” may help Dundee’s drug problem.
Dundee University is looking for volunteers to help with the training of medical students.