3D Scanning a Two-toed Sloth

Written by EunJung Park (Msc Medical Art DJCAD Graduate) and edited by Amy Crawford (MGS Funded Museum Engagement Officer) The museum collections at the University of Dundee cares for and displays a large collection of animal specimens. The dental collections are especially full of interesting animal skulls and teeth. I have been working on helping…Continue Reading 3D Scanning a Two-toed Sloth


Our amazing staff and students are nearing the end of their challenges to raise money for Parkinson’s research. There is still time to donate so we thought we should remind you of some of the creative things they have been up to. As well as all the brave (or foolhardy) sporting events there are some…Continue Reading #30DaysChallengeUoD

Be creative with CreateSpace!

Have you missed the fabulous online activities run by the Library’s CreateSpace team? Now’s the time to find out more, catch up on previous presentations and book for future events. Covering everything from knitting to 3D printing via visible mending and drawing this is your chance to learn a new skill or just let your…Continue Reading Be creative with CreateSpace!

Celebrating Pride Month

Pride month takes place throughout June, commemorating the date of the Stonewell Riots which started in New York on the 28th of June, 1969. What started as protests for the LGBT+ community has now grown to become a celebration of love. However, daily we are still reminded that many individuals across the globe are unfairly…Continue Reading Celebrating Pride Month

30 Day challenge UoD

As it has just been national Parkinson’s Disease awareness month, Dundee University are brining attention to the fastest growing neurological condition, with 30 people diagnosed every week in Scotland, by asking staff, students and the wider community to take part in the 30 days challenge this June. This can involve something challenging, creative, tiring, inspiring,…Continue Reading 30 Day challenge UoD

Saturday Series 2021: Inequalities in Healthcare

This week’s Saturday series will explore the importance of addressing inequalities in healthcare. Professor Ruthe Freeman, Co-Director of the Dental Services Research Unit will lead a panel discussion in considering how dentistry can act as a driver for social injustice and inclusion. She will be joined by Niall McGoldrick, Dr Andrea Rodriguez, Dr Matthew Maycock…Continue Reading Saturday Series 2021: Inequalities in Healthcare