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The State of Innovation report by Clarivate Analytics ranks University of Dundee as the most influential scientific research institution in pharmaceuticals for the period 2006-16, ahead of the likes of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California Berkeley. For more information look at the SCOTSMAN and BBC websites.

 

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, visited the Dundee Drug Discovery Unit at the University of Dundee (September 2017).

Innovate UK grant to boost discovery of new antibacterial drugs (March 2017)

Ian Gilbert and Alessio Ciulli host Royal Society of Chemistry Perkin Meeting (January 2017)

For the Drug Discovery Unit 10 Year Anniversary, photographer Sophie Gerrard has created images capturing the vision, commitment, and workings of the Drug Discovery Unit at the University of Dundee (May 2016)

DDU Malaria Comic (July 2015)

Malaria research features in ‘Transmissions’ art exhibition in LifeSpace gallery (June 2015)

Sir Paul Nurse, Nobel Laureate and President of The Royal Society of London officially open the new Discovery Centre at the College of Life Sciences on Wednesday 1st October 2014

Officially opening of the Discovery Centre

Dundee East MP Stewart Hosie hears of Life Sciences expansion at the DDU (June 2014)Dundee East MP Stewart Hosie was given a tour of the Drug Discovery Unit at Dundee University.

Potential new anti-malarial drug identified at the Drug Discovery Unit, Dundee (February 2014)

STV news items on the DDU’s anti-malaria compound that achieves important milestone (February 2014)STV-2014-film
STV news items on DDU’s research in finding a cure malaria (November 2011):
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Anti-malaria compound synthesized at the Dundee Drug Discovery Unit is showing promise (November 2011):
Ian Gilbert's team have discovered a new anti-malaria compound which is showing promise

Drug Discovery Unit is to coordinateto lead Drug Discovery Network (May 2011)

DDU are given £200,000 to lead drug discovery team (May 2011)
Dundee University given £200,000 to lead drug discovery group

£1.7million grant from the Wellcome Trust for Mike Ferguson and Ian Gilbert to further investigate African Sleeping Sickness (September 2008)Wellcome Trust award £1.7million grant to Mike Ferguson and Ian Gilbert to investigate ways to treat African Sleeping Sickness
Profs Andrew Hopkins and Ian Gilbert’s Nature publication is highlighted in BBC news article (December 2012)The news of the Nature publication was covered by BBC News

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