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£2.3 million to fight disease

University of St Andrews scientists have today been awarded £2.3 million to fight infections and search for new drugs for everything from tuberculosis to foot and mouth disease.

Can methane bubbles sink ships?

The theory that methane bubbles on the seabed can sink ships will be discussed at a public meeting at the University of St Andrews next week (Wednesday 28 February 2001).

Partnership spawns new environmental degree

A new postgraduate research degree aimed at addressing some of society's most pressing environmental problems is to be launched by the Universities of St Andrews and Dundee, the first concrete example of the new partnership between the two institutions.

Official launch of partnership venture with Dundee

Academics and funding bosses will hear how the collaborative venture between the University of St Andrews and the University of Dundee is gaining momentum when they meet tomorrow (Tuesday 28th November) to discuss the project.

Fresh insight into racism in U.S textile mills

A modern historian, who has spent several years investigating previously untapped legal records and oral interviews, has revealed a fresh insight into the rights of black workers in the American South.