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Research into seal population decline takes centre stage at World Mobile Congress

Sea Mammal Research Unit at the cutting edge of technology

27 February 2017Research

Dolphin population will take 40 years to recover from Deepwater Horizon disaster

New international study highlights ongoing damage to marine mammals

13 February 2017Research

Seal of approval for major marine lab

Wolfson Foundation gives £500,000 boost to new Gatty Marine facility

11 July 2016Research

Porpoises discovered to be extreme hunters

Diet makes them vulnerable to human activities

27 May 2016Research

Over 1000 species translocated to counter global biodiversity threats

Conservation translocation used to protect biodiversity in face of climate change and habitat loss.

15 April 2016Research

African vultures declining at a critical rate

An international team of researchers, including leading scientists from the University of St Andrews, say African vultures are heading towards extinction

18 June 2015Research

Research helps support Indian Ocean sanctuary

Paper published today provides vital evidence to support delicate community partnership.

25 May 2015Research

New research challenges understanding of biodiversity crisis

International study finds consistent change in biodiversity rather than systematic loss.

17 April 2014Research

Shortlist for £100,000 St Andrews prize

Three finalists announced for prestigious environmental award

15 April 2014Awards

What lies beneath?

Study calls for more global surveys on populations of vulnerable marine mammals.

13 September 2012Research