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Tiny lasers light up immune cells

A team of researchers at the University has developed tiny lasers that could revolutionise our understanding of many diseases.

20 November 2018Research

Superman’s laser vision a step closer to reality

Superman’s ability to shoot laser beams from his eyes has come a step closer to reality, thanks to discoveries made by a University research team.

1 May 2018Research

Three Leverhulme awards made to St Andrews academics

Top research grants awarded to University of St Andrews academics by a major funding body.

11 January 2018Awards

Carbon nanotubes turn electrical current into light-matter quasi-particles

Strong coupling in carbon nanotubes may hold the key to electrically driven organic lasers

18 July 2017Research

Smartphone lights can activate live cells

Smartphone lights can activate live cells genetically programmed to respond to light, University of St Andrews scientists have discovered.

9 May 2016Research

New fibre-optic technology could heal wounds faster

New fibre-optic technology developed by St Andrews and Harvard Medical School could speed up the healing process of damaged tissue.

28 January 2016Research

Laser cells offer ray of hope for understanding cancer

Researchers successfully feed cells microlasers to track their movements.

22 July 2015Research

1.5 million Euro grant for groundbreaking work with luminescent jellyfish

Researchers to develop new lasers based on single cells

3 June 2015Research

Jellyfish help build world’s first solid-state protein lasers

New research uses bioluminescent jellyfish as optical engineers

8 December 2014Research