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Exposure for hidden learning

Award-winning artwork inspired by women in science at University of St Andrews

15 March 2017University news

The art of DNA

An art exhibition exploring the link between science and art will launch at the University of St Andrews this month.

7 October 2014University news

Unravelling breast cancer susceptibility

Low-dose radiation helps scientists unravel susceptibility to breast cancer.

31 July 2008Research

New discovery linked to DNA repair and cancer

St Andrews' scientists discover important new protein.

1 May 2008Research

Cancer experts gather in St Andrews

Scientists from around the world are in Scotland this week to share ideas in the fight against cancer.

19 November 2007Research

Volcanic bug yields cancer clue

CAPTION: Archaea are microbes found in extreme conditions such as hot volcanic pools (above). CREDIT: Malcolm White.

14 September 2006Research

The fruits of DNA explored

CAPTION: (L to R) Iain Smith MSP was a guest at the recent reception for the 'DNA in the Garden' exhibition. Professor Keith Sillar, Dr Alyson Tobin and Dr Susan Gilchrist of the BBSRC are pictured with him.

22 September 2004University news

DNA in the garden

A fascinating exhibition, celebrating the discovery of the structure of DNA, will open to visitors at St Andrews Botanic Garden this weekend

28 June 2004University news

Cancer research goes ‘back to basics’

CAPTION: Dr White will study the repair systems of archaea - a group of microbes often found in extreme environments such as volcanic pools - to find out more about human repair systems.

18 November 2003Research

The origin of species


28 April 2002Research