An international collaboration involving the University of St Andrews challenges the traditional understanding of why people obey orders.
Research from St Andrews could transform HCI - the way humans interact with computers, smart watches and other devices.
Dolphins are picky about who they are friends with and shun rival groups, new SMRU research has found.
Dolphins in the northern Adriatic contain high levels of toxic chemicals and are passing them to their young.
Scotland’s obesity epidemic could be damaging the eyesight of young adults, according to new research from St Andrews and NHS Fife.
Chimpanzees use others to get what they want, in a similar way to human beings, new research at St Andrews has found.
Male humpback whales in a population sing the same song at any one time, according to new research from St Andrews and Queensland.
A team of researchers at the University has developed tiny lasers that could revolutionise our understanding of many diseases.
A new study reveals that whales, dolphins and porpoises use narrow beams of high intensity sound to echolocate prey.
A team of scientists, led by St Andrews, has shown that wild orangutan mothers utilise a unique vocal phenomenon to warn their offspring.
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