Great ape gestures
Humans retain an understanding of gestures made by other great apes, according to a new study by St Andrews researchers.
Golf on prescription
A pioneering health initiative has been piloted in Fife with golf 'prescribed' for individuals to encourage a more active lifestyle.
Princess Anne presents honours to St Andrews staff
Four members of staff from the University of St Andrews received their honours from the Princess Royal in Edinburgh today.
'Take me to your lawyer' - Durham Law School joins SETI Post-Detection Hub
Durham Law School is joining the SETI Post-Detection Hub at the University of St Andrews as a host institution.
Two academics named in Young Academy inaugural cohort
Young Academy, a network of early career researchers and professionals established to help tackle local and global issues and promote meaningful change.
St Andrews scientists turn up the heat on physics phenomenon
A structure that can control the location and energy of quantum particles which could has been made at room temperature by researchers at St Andrews.
Researchers discover chimpanzee communities have local gestural dialects
St Andrews researchers find chimpanzees use leaf gestures in different dialects to communicate with their group
World-leading academics from the University of St Andrews have been awarded Leverhulme research funding
Prestigious research grants worth almost £2 million awarded to five world-leading university scientists
Prešeren the dolphin could hold long-distance swimming record
A team of researchers, including experts from the University of St Andrews, have documented the longest recorded movement in an inshore bottlenose dolphin - an incredible journey of 2,053km.
Stranded dolphins' brains show common signs of Alzheimer's
A chance conversation in a bar has led to new pan-Scotland research and the most extensive study of dementia in dolphins.
St Andrews community invited to walk path of light on longest night
For the third year in a row, the University of St Andrews is offering a free, family-friendly outdoor festive event on the Winter Solstice.
Award-winning architects appointed to design St Andrews' New College
Architects WilkinsonEyre will produce designs for the University's flagship New College project on the site of the distinctive Madras College in the historic centre of St Andrews.
New Business School
The University has announced plans to create a world-leading Business School by bringing together its Schools of Economics & Finance and Management under one new structure.
University's unique bus subsidy saves students and staff £17,000 in first fortnight
Almost 500 people have benefited from a bus travel subsidy offered by the the University and Stagecoach to support students and staff through the cost-of-living crisis.
New alumni network celebrates ethnic and cultural diversity
The University of St Andrews has launched a pioneering alumni network to celebrate the ethnic and cultural diversity of its alumni around the world.
St Andrews students' unique chance to meet Scottish Parliament committee
Politicians from one of Holyrood's most influential committees looked to widen engagement with communities across the country when they visited St Andrews this week.
Passion for Sparta
A mature student who graduated with a PhD in Archaeology said the support of School of Classics staff and a funded studentship allowed her to re-write her future.
East Neuk to international
A Waid Academy pupil who was finally able to graduate in person this week said studying in St Andrews has been an international experience.
Saltire Scholar Sarah
Graduate who became a leading light for those entering HE through the Further Education pathway has finally graduated in person.
Duncan celebrates finding the right path to academic success at St Andrews
A former Harris Academy pupil who took an alternative path to academic success celebrated being awarded two degrees this week.