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Our Environment theme explores Life and Environmental Systems, Sustainable Technologies, Business Governance and Policy, Food and Nutrition
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Our Society theme explores Mental and Physical Health, Learning and Education, Governance and Social Responsibility.
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Dundee R&D centre to drive innovation through games and media
Matt Stark has been invited to speak at a major videogames conference
Andrew Murdoch will work on a cutting-edge chatbot
Marketing student Evie Connell explains why she decided to study at Abertay
Dr Kevin Smith said the creation of GM babies was not only ethically justifia...
Student Evie Connell talks about loneliness, and how she overcame it
New School of Design and Informatics hailed 'an investment in Scotland's future'
The launch coincided with International Day of Disabled Persons
Computer Arts student Becka Clark is the first recipient
A study found that human-like face resulted in fewer instances of dishonesty
Dr Ben Jones has been made a Fellow of the Institute of Physics
The treat aims to reduce pumpkin waste this Halloween