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Trio awarded for ‘outstanding achievements’

Three outstanding scientists from the University of St Andrews have been elected Fellows of The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).

10 March 2005University news

Humans, dogs and chickens to benefit from £1m study

St Andrews scientists have been awarded over £1 million to study viruses that cause mumps and croup in humans, kennel cough in dogs and the fatal Newcastle disease in chickens.

9 March 2005Research

CBMS celebrates 5 years

CAPTION: The glass and steel building, Centre for Biomolecular Sciences, was established five years ago. CREDIT: University of St Andrews.

22 December 2003Research

Science minister to visit biomolecular centre

Science Minister Lord Sainsbury will hear of the University of St Andrews' crucial role in fighting infections and searching for new drugs when he visits the Centre for Biomolecular Sciences (CBMS) later this week (Friday 2 November 2001).

31 October 2001University news

Medical funding chief in St Andrews

YOU ARE INVITED TO SEND A REPORTER / PHOTOGRAPHER TO: THE CENTRE FOR BIOMOLECULAR SCIENCES, NORTH HAUGH, ST ANDREWS AT 11.30AM, ON THURSDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER, 2001 AS SIR GEORGE RADDA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL COMPLETES HIS TOUR OF THE CENTRE.

5 September 2001University news

£2.3 million to fight disease

University of St Andrews scientists have today been awarded £2.3 million to fight infections and search for new drugs for everything from tuberculosis to foot and mouth disease.

8 April 2001Research

£1 million search for new drugs

The University of St Andrews has been awarded over £1 million to design a new group of drugs for some of the world's most common infections.

23 March 2000Research

Hope for croup victims

Scots scientists are one step closer to wiping out one of the world's most distressing childhood conditions, after being awarded a grant by an American pharmaceutical company to develop new drugs for croup.

10 January 2000Research