Music therapists at the Nordoff Robbins Scotland charity's base in Dundee are bringing ‘immeasurable benefits’ to peoples’ lives across the city and beyond, discovers Michael Alexander
A Polish scientist who carried out internationally-significant research into how bacteria form a waterproof raincoat to protect themselves has warned that Britain’s decision to leave the EU could be catastrophic for biosciences funding.
As figures suggest fewer young Scots from disadvantaged areas now go to university, Michael Alexander meets three Dundee students who are bucking the trend.
Dundee Dental Hospital and School is 100-years-old. Michael Alexander explores its high-achieving history - and finds out why the deans of nearly half of Britain and Ireland's dental schools cut their teeth there.
How many people can you name who have inspired and influenced you?
With the Dundee Design Festival in full swing, Michael Alexander speaks to TV fashion design star Patrick Grant ahead of a lecture he is giving in Dundee this weekend.
Can Dundee’s inner city district of Blackness capitalise on its industrial past to reap the benefits of the city’s renaissance? Michael Alexander investigates.
As organisers put the finishing touches to the programme for the inaugural Dundee Design Festival, Michael Alexander meets some of the people putting the city on the design map.
As a terrible season for Dundee United draws to a close, fans and businesses tell Michael Alexander why they fear the city could suffer financially - but why they are confident the club will bounce back. Dundee is a city on the up.
Ahead of a free public lecture, Dundee University’s Regius Professor of Life Sciences Mike Ferguson tells Michael Alexander how drug resistant bacteria could pose a threat to humanity if left unchecked.