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Filmmaking in Scotland

Scotland will be one of the many burgeoning peripheral cinemas to be discussed at an international film studies conference starting at the University of St Andrews today (Thursday 15 June 2006).

14 June 2006Research

Beyond Hollywood

Leading international filmmakers, critics and film scholars will descend on St Andrews next week, as the University's Centre for Film Studies celebrates its first anniversary.

7 June 2006Research

Do you remember…?

What role do visuals play in our understanding of television news, and how do the blind use imagery to recall events?

4 July 2005Research

Life on other planets

Is there life on other planets and how can we recognise it?

25 May 2005Research

Translating transvestites

CAPTION: 'Unicorno' by Erminia Passannanti.

6 April 2005University news

Collaboration on cancer

A unique international conference on cancer which will bring together physicists, cancer researchers and clinical oncologists will take place in St Andrews this week (2nd-4th February 2005).

1 February 2005Research

Scotland’s crumbling coastlines

Scotland's crumbling coastlines are proving a crucial resource for coastal communities to work on archaeological projects, preserving valuable information before it is lost forever.

4 October 2004Research

Conference celebrates award winning space mission

A group of maths experts from the University of St Andrews is hosting a major international conference to discuss the achievements of an award winning space mission which is helping to further mankind's understanding of the Sun.

2 September 2004Research

University hosts major management conference

Leading experts from the world of international management and business will arrive in St Andrews this weekend for a major conference on 'Management Futures'.

25 August 2004Research

International Biblical scholars at St Andrews

Earlier this month, St Mary's College hosted an international conference on Old Testament Interpretation and the Social Sciences.

26 July 2004Research