Structural Biologist elected fellow of world's largest general scientific society
Scientists at the University of St Andrews have developed a revolutionary method of identifying cells of the immune system with “molecular fingerprints”.
Laboratory building rated the most environmentally friendly in the UK.
Professor Naismith joins UK’s ‘wealth of talent’ in biomedicine.
Education Secretary lays one of the first bricks for new Biomedical Sciences Research Complex.
Funding for virus and biotechnology research.
St Andrews' scientist elected to prestigious organisation.
Researchers have secured major funding from the UK EPSRC worth over one million pounds.
St Andrews' scientists have made a breakthrough in the search for potential new treatments for influenza.
St Andrews leads the way thanks to £5m funding package.