A powerful approach to tackle air pollution could save thousands
New method of creating electrode nanoarchitectures could be an energy game-changer
Four academics at the University of St Andrews have been honoured by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Grant will provide state-of-the-art technology
The University will play a major role in a new drive to produce the technology to make clean, cheap and sustainable hydrogen energy.
Researchers at the University of St Andrews have discovered a new material which could lead to significantly more powerful fuel cells than currently available.
Three outstanding scientists from the University of St Andrews have been elected Fellows of The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
The development of commercial fuel- cell powered applications could be one step closer for scientists at the University of St Andrews.
CAPTION: Top - Professor Thomas Krauss receiving his award from Prof Neil Hood, Deputy Chairman of Scottish Enterprise.
CAPTION: (L-R) Professor John Irvine, Professor Russell Morris and Professor Neville Richardson.