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New research could revolutionise the future of electronic devices

University leads innovative electronic states in solids research

27 November 2017Research

Condensed matter physics research could revolutionise data transfer and storage

Maximal Rashba-like spin splitting via kinetic energy-coupled inversion symmetry breaking

27 September 2017Research

Magnetised gold heralds new generation of electronics

Dawn of the age of 'superconducting spintronics'

6 October 2015Research

Big step in tiny technology

St Andrews researchers make significant leap in nanotechnology.

27 August 2008Research

Scientist shares multi-million pound award

A new generation of faster, more efficient electronics and computers than those using today's silicon-based technologies could be the end result of a collaborative research project involving the University of St Andrews.

23 November 2004Research

Tripping the light fantastic

A new degree aimed at meeting the needs of tomorrow's engineering industry has been created by the Universities of Dundee and St Andrews.

4 October 2001University news

‘Super plastics’ at science festival

A University of St Andrews scientist explained how new materials could develop roll-up tv screens and make the internet faster at one of the UK's biggest science festivals today (Wednesday 5th September, 2001) in Glasgow.

4 September 2001Research

St Andrews and Dundee lead partnership

An ambitious partnership is to be launched by the University of St Andrews and the University of Dundee leading Scottish Universities into a new higher education landscape.

24 May 2000University news