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The rate glaciers are melting in the Himalaya is being accelerated by lakes formed by glacial retreat new research has found.
Natural Environment Minister Mairi Gougeon joined primary school children for the launch of a blue carbon citizen science project.
How black holes, galaxies and the universe were created are some of the questions inspiring young women to consider a career in STEM.
A fully restored statue of Scotland’s patron saint by world-renowned sculptor Sir John Steell takes pride of place in St Andrews.
Computer simulations created by researchers at St Andrews could be used to create more effective treatments for tackling medical issues.
Students at the University of St Andrews have ditched trays to cut food waste and combat climate emergency.
A leading international human rights expert and a former Rector have received their OBEs from Prince William at Buckingham Palace.
New research, led by SMRU develops method to better record breeding histories of seals, allowing for improved fecundity calculations.
Charity campaigner and fundraiser, Phil Packer, was in St Andrews as part of his latest fundraising campaign, Row Britannia.
Traditional carols will again bring a special festive atmosphere to this year’s Alumni Carol Service on Thursday 5 December.