Computer simulations created by researchers at St Andrews could be used to create more effective treatments for tackling medical issues.
SMRU has developed a new method to better record breeding histories of seals, allowing for improved fecundity calculations.
A new international study reveals how whales have evolved to live in the world’s deepest oceans.
New international study confirms a long-held theory about the last great mass extinction event and the evolution of marine life.
New international research reveals different rates of biodiversity change across the globe.
A new cutting-edge research facility for advancing scientific knowledge on chimpanzee cognition and behaviour has officially launched.
Apes understand what others see and believe, a skill previously believed to be unique to humans, according to new research.
Ancient volcanoes could provide new insights into how the Earth’s surface is recycled, according to St Andrews scientists.
The role of the rat in the development of epidemiology is the subject of a new £990,164 research project at St Andrews.
A University-led project to create a new battery which could revolutionise electric travel and renewable energy storage has been given £12m.