As part of the University Wellbeing and Engagement Group’s calendar of health and wellbeing activities (the theme for April is ‘cancer awareness and prevention’), Dr Paul Reynolds delivered a talk on cancer research at the University followed by a lab tour.
Work carried out by Dr Paracchini’s research group has been covered on page 11 of the latest issue of the Science Scotland magazine.
The results one of the largest and most rigorous tuberculosis (TB) drug trials ever conducted in the modern era, led by Professor Stephen Gillespie, will be made available to the wider research community from today (18 April 2016) with the launch of a new data-sharing platform.
Dr Elizabeth Sinclair has been selected to receive a Teaching Excellence Award for the academic session 2015-16.
On the evening of the 23rd of March, Henry Rae and Mike Fearon delivered a Science workshop for the Muirhead Scout group.
Henry Rae from the School of Medicine organised a Science Day for 210 primary 5, 6 and 7 pupils of Kirkcaldy West Primary school which was held on the 16th March. Henry was joined by representatives from the Schools of Biology, Chemistry and Physics to make it an exciting and fun day for both the pupils and teachers.
Prof Gerry Humphris and Dr Yuefang Zhou recently attended the Verona Sequence Analysis Group meeting held at the Fondazione Centro Studi Campostrini, Via Santa Maria in Organo, Verona.
On Saturday the 5th of March Henry Rae led a team from the School of Medicine in the annual Science Discovery Day in the School of Physics.
The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study, presents new data on adolescent health, health behaviours and social determinants from 42 countries.
Ian Gordon’s film Last Effects won Best Actor at the Department of Film Studies Annual 60 Hour Film Blitz Community Film Festival.