A group of Dundee University students are animated about their success in the world of film-making.
One of Scotland's foremost historians once made a promise to his aunt Margaret at the end of her life that he would write a little island's story and his family's part in it.
A Scottish student has delayed his 21st birthday celebrations in order to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK by walking the entire length of the Outer Hebrides on his own.
An American student who came to Scotland with no experience of writing comics has become one of the first female writers in more than 30 years to have a story published in the Commando war comic.
More than 20,000 Scots have registered to donate their body to medical science on their death.
British blackcurrants could become a casualty of warmer winters as they may not get enough chilling to produce optimum yields and fruit quality.
Blue Toon businessman made Honorary Professor at Dundee University after accident leads him to success
A successful north-east retail boss has been made an honorary professor - 40 years after he was almost blinded in a car accident which forced him to give up his dream career.
The ambition to add a fifth berry crop to Scotland’s booming business in strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries has taken a major step forward with the creation of a new honeyberry knowledge transfer partnership between scientists and farmers.
A design student from Lewis has become one of three students to win a prestigious international design award in China.
A new £250,000 scheme will be unveiled today to help tackle the chronic teacher recruitment problems at rural schools in the north and north-east.
A man dressed as a Jedi Knight broke his ankle after he was assaulted by a Halloween reveller in a Jesus costume.
The business support organisation behind an innovative centre for entrepreneurship in Aberdeen aims to replicate the success in Dundee.
It’s a sad fact that forensic science is a profession which is predicated on human misery. But by speaking for the dead, Professor Sue Black is glad to be able to do her part for the living