A joint team from the School of Medicine St Andrews and NHS Fife took part in the Dundee Science Festival.
The Neurogenetics group took part to EXPLORATHON 2018 during the European Researchers Night.
Merlin Hetherington and Alex McMaster will cycle 10,000 km from Cairo to Cape Town to introduce a new revolutionary handheld solar-powered diagnostic tool to help in the fight against preventable blindness and deafness.
Teenage drinking in Scotland has declined dramatically over the past decade, according to new research led by the University of St Andrews.
The Living Life in Fife: supporting healthy lifestyles in Scotland event was a free event aimed to share knowledge and encourage discussion and collaboration between academics, government and voluntary sector organisations, health care professionals, service users and members of the public.
On 17th August the Under the Skin Team from Public Engagement and School of Medicine carried out an event at Edinburgh Zoo.
Staff participate in public engagement evening at Dundee Science Centre
Scientists at the School of Medicine are leading the medical monitoring of a new clinical trial to treat tuberculosis more quickly.
The Neurogentics group was well represented at the recent NorthSea Laterality conference held in Dundee.
Wardiya Afshar Saber was invited as a discussion leader at the Gordon Research Seminar.