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.
Golf for health
A pioneering health initiative has been piloted in Fife with golf being 'prescribed' for individuals to encourage a more active lifestyle.
Academy of Social Sciences Fellowships for St Andrews pair
Two senior staff members from the University of St Andrews have been appointed Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Event offers public chance to try their hand at art conservation
Members of the public are being offered a rare chance to try their hand at art conservation at a new event coordinated by an art historian at the University of St Andrews.
New Tuberculosis treatment could save millions of lives
New Tuberculosis (TB) drug that will shorten the treatment of the disease by up to two months, potentially saving millions of lives.
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.
Ukraine - Music in Wartime
World-renowned Principal Conductor of the Odesa Philharmonic Orchestra, Hobart Earle, brings his tales of music in wartime Ukraine to St Andrews next week (Wednesday 22 February).
Astronomers directly measure the mass of a single isolated star other than the Sun for the first time
An international team, involving an astronomer from the University of St Andrews, has measured the mass of a white dwarf star.
RSE grants for four St Andrews research projects
Four research projects from the University of St Andrews have been selected for awards by the RSE Research Awards Programme.
In an email to all sudents and staff today (Monday 30 January 2023), the Proctor provided details on the upcoming UCU strike action at the University.