Micro-fridge research paves the way to quantum entanglement with large objects
A team of international researchers has created a micro-refrigerator the size of a blood cell to cool adjacent objects, which could have major applications in quantum technologies.
University Community Fund
A North East Fife charity that changes the lives of disabled people has been supported by the University Community Fund.
New exhibition tackles legacies of empire
A new exhibition exploring the legacies of the British empire has opened at the University of St Andrews' Wardlaw Museum.
New research could help protect our vulnerable shelf seas
Researchers from the University of St Andrews have collaborated with Scottish Government scientists to develop a new predictive approach that will help assess the vulnerability the UK's seabed carbon stores.
HIR coastal regatta
The inaugural Home International Rowing (HIR) Beach Sprints will be hosted in St Andrews on Saturday 20 August at the East Sands.
Dark matter halos
A new study challenges a previously accepted view of the universe by showing that the Fornax Cluster is free of dark matter halos.
Accommodation update 4 August
Email to students who were unsuccessful in gaining a place in University Halls this year, or who have contacted us about a shortage of accommodation in St Andrews.
Origin of volatile elements
A study into the zinc isotope composition of meteorites suggests that material from the outer solar system was an important source of volatile elements during the formation of the Earth.
Poet brings new energy to research centre
Award-winning poet and writer Rebecca Sharp will be taking up the position of Artist-in-Residence at the University of St Andrews' Centre for Energy Ethics (CEE).
Vaquita porpoises escape extinction longer than expected
Critically endangered vaquita porpoises are escaping extinction longer than expected, leading to speculation they may have found ways to evade deadly fishing nets, according to a new study.