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Surveillance during Covid has damaged trust

Surveillance during Covid has damaged trust

Increasing use of staff surveillance by employers during the Covid-19 pandemic endangers trust in the workplace, according to a new report.

Renewable energy in India

Renewable energy in India

The University has signed up to help India achieve 100 per cent of the country's energy requirements through renewable energy (RE).

Boost for dyslexia research

Boost for dyslexia research

A project to help understand the genetic basis of dyslexia and learning difficulties has been awarded a grant from the RSE.

Ancient genes vital for dolphin survival

Ancient genes vital for dolphin survival

Ancient genes that predate the last Ice Age may be the key to survival, at least if you are a dolphin, according to new research.

Chimps communicate in context

Chimps communicate in context

New research led by St Andrews reveals bonobo chimpanzee gestures change meaning according to the specific context in which they are used.

Messages of hope for COP26

Messages of hope for COP26

Students at Scotland's oldest university have sent a powerful message to world leaders ahead of COP26.

Whales react in the blink of an eye

Whales react in the blink of an eye

Whales have reaction times as fast as humans, according to new research from St Andrews and a team of international researchers.

Climate change warning

Climate change warning

Climate change will be amplified on the hottest days in tropical regions, causing severe impact to human health, new research has found.