New research shows great apes can control their voice in a similar way to humans, giving a unique insight into the evolution of language.
A University research team has been awarded a £708,000 ESRC grant to investigate the causes of recent fertility fluctuations in the UK.
One of the world’s most endangered animals could face extinction within a year due to gillnet fishing, St Andrews researchers have warned.
A 16th century Scottish church, which played a role in the Scottish Reformation, has been virtually reconstructed by University researchers.
Professor Colin McCowan will lead an initiative for Health Data Research UK to build a national data resource for 'multimorbidity'.
Grey seals can copy human speech and songs using the same sound production mechanisms as humans, new research has found.
The secret of how seals are able to spend 90 per cent of their lives at sea holding their breath has been revealed.
Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how human eyes process 3D motion – crucial for hand-eye coordination.
Evolutionary adaptations resulting from cultural change, such as humans being able to consume dairy products, are more widespread in nature.
Finlaggan, the lost medieval home of the Lords of the Isles, has been reconstructed virtually by experts at the University of St Andrews.