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A new research project has been awarded a €1 million grant to explore the experience of minorities across European nations.
The Third Generation Project has been awarded a grant from the National Geographic Society.
An innovative way to optically image through tissue could allow a more detailed understanding and diagnosis of early stage cancer.
A hunt for aliens in the American desert is the dream turned reality for two members of staff at the University of St Andrews.
The University has been awarded a share of £100 million funding to train the next generation of environmental scientists.
Wild chimpanzees have the ability to develop more effective tools, according to new research from St Andrews and Neuchâtel in Geneva.
The University is one of ten UK organisations shortlisted for the PinkNews Public Sector Equality Award 2018.
The Fitzwilliam String Quartet will take up a new role as Quartet in Residence with the University Music Centre.
From Cairo to Cape Town - students cycle 10,000 km to introduce a new diagnostic tool to help in the fight against preventable blindness.
Chemical pollutants in our seas could lead to the disappearance of half of the world’s killer whales in just decades.