City council leader John Alexander has insisted Dundee should play a "pivotal role" in an event being planned for later this year to help tackle homelessness.
Bosses at Dundee University have been told they must urgently take "serious steps" to address failures in staff diversity and equality.
A project mapping how artificial intelligence will transform the human race and an historically accurate virtual reality Viking hall are among the experiences to be featured at this year's Abertay Digital Graduate Show.
An awards ceremony celebrating rising talent in the UK games industry will be held at Dundee's new £80 million V&A museum later this year.
Summer of Games could ‘cement’ Dundee as international innovation hub and inspire budding local developers
A four-month gaming extravaganza in Dundee will "cement" the city as an international hub of innovation and inspire a new generation of budding local developers, industry figures have predicted.
Calls for national treatment review as expert claims Tayside chemo risk findings are ‘built on sand’
A leading expert has called for a national review into the effects of different chemotherapy doses on breast cancer patients in the wake of treatment revelations at NHS Tayside.
A top UK oncologist has rubbished claims breast cancer patients in Tayside were put at a 1-2% increased risk of having the disease return as a result of receiving lower doses of a chemotherapy drug.
Dundee would be more exposed to a bad Brexit deal than any other Scottish city, a leading research institute has warned.
EIS calls for two-year qualifications to be introduced for fourth year pupils to ease subject choices concern
Scotland's largest teaching union has called for a major shakeup of classrooms by introducing two-year qualifications for S4 pupils in a bid to increase subject choice in schools.
A blind international student kicked out of Dundee University amid claims he was subjected to "shocking mistreatment" and discrimination has had his appeal rejected by education bosses.