Heart injury biomarker may help COVID-19 patients avoid hospitalisation, new study shows
A new study suggests that a frequently used medical test for heart injury could be used to help Covid-19 patients avoid hospitalisation.
Federal government's fact-finding visit to St Andrews
St Andrews played host to a delegation of politicians, academics, and media from Rhineland-Pfalz Palatinate in Germany this week.
Music key to the spiritual?
Ambitious scientific study seeks to demonstrate a direct link between music and spirituality.
'Lost' manuscript published
A 'lost' novel has been published almost 70 years after it was written by Willa Muir, thanks to Special Collections.
Accountants' tricks identify cheating scientists
Auditing practices from the finance industry can be adapted to identify academic fraud, according to new research by the University of St Andrews.
New study reveals 'invisible' glacier loss in the greater Himalaya
Unaccounted for glacier mass loss equivalent to more than 1000 times the total number of elephants living in the world went unaccounted for due to the inability of satellites to see underwater glacier changes.
QS rankings boost for Arts and Humanities
Arts and Humanities subjects at the University of St Andrews are amongst the strongest in the world for teaching and research, according to a new international ranking.
Human impact on biodiversity
St Andrews scientists discover that widespread species increase the number of sites they occupy, whereas more narrowly distributed species decline.
Ethical taxation key to global sustainable development
Multinationals that pay their share of in-country taxes contribute positively to tackling global poverty and international human rights.
Presidency for Principal
University of St Andrews Principal appointed next President of Universities UK (UUK).
Making Net Zero Scotland a reality
The Centre for Energy Ethics has been awarded a £600,000 grant by the Scottish Funding Council to lead a new research collaboration on energy and sustainability.
St Andrews golf scholars triumph in the sun
University of St Andrews golf scholars enjoyed a break from Fife's winter winds recently when they played at Troia Golf Club in Portugal as part of the R&A Student Tour Series.
University leads the way with unique High North Security project
Academic experts, politicians and business leaders gathered to take part in the Scottish Council of Global Affairs (SCGA) conference focusing on 'High and Wider North Security' following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.