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Healthy living

Health professionals and social scientists at the Universities of St Andrews and Dundee are working to take issues of health and lifestyle into the community.

Psychologists open doors to the mind

CAPTION: An illustration of research at the School of Psychology - 3-D model faces accentuating (right) or diminishing masculine face shape. Researchers at St Andrews have used computer graphics to study facial attributions. Unexpectedly, women were found to prefer slightly feminised male faces. CREDIT: Professor David Perrett

Classics taken to ‘higher’ level

A group of up to eighty local school pupils with an interest in the Classics will be welcomed to the University of St Andrews next week (Wednesday 12th March, 2003) for a conference aimed especially at pupils of the subject at Highers level.

Chembus hits the road

A mobile chemistry lab is touring various schools throughout Tayside and Fife this/next week (Friday 1 - Friday 8 November 2002).

Scots youngsters in classics drama at St Andrew

Classically minded school pupils from all over Scotland gathered at St Andrews yesterday (Wednesday 12th June, 2002) to take part in the traditional Annual Recitation and Project Competition organised jointly by The Tayside Classical Organisation and the University of St Andrews.

“Green” schools wanted

Plant Biologists at the University of St Andrews are looking for environmentally minded schools to take part in a new Schools Liaison Project at St Andrews Botanic Garden.