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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives

Intrepid explorer Paul Rose visits the University of St Andrews.

5 November 2008University news

Community saves threatened ancient settlement

Ancient Shetland settlement saved by coastal erosion project.

3 July 2007University news

Capturing the coastlines

Scotland's crumbling coastlines should be recorded before it's too late, according to University of St Andrews researchers.

28 May 2007Research

Shipwreck project heads south

A University of St Andrews-based project which uses high resolution sonar systems to investigate shipwrecks will head south for an Open Day later this month.

21 March 2006Research

Flagship role for maritime historian

* Pic caption - Dr Prescott with the salvaged anchor of HMS Beagle *

1 March 2006Research

Archaeology project wins ‘Oscar’

CAPTION: Tom Dawson (right) receiving the award on behalf of Shorewatch.

7 October 2004Awards

Scotland’s crumbling coastlines

Scotland's crumbling coastlines are proving a crucial resource for coastal communities to work on archaeological projects, preserving valuable information before it is lost forever.

4 October 2004Research

The beagle has landed?

CAPTION: DR ROBERT PRESCOTT WITH THE SALVAGED ANCHOR CREDIT: BBC

27 February 2004University news

The last days of Darwin’s Beagle

CAPTION: HMS BEAGLE COPYRIGHT: Dr John van Wyhe

29 May 2003Research

‘Important’ find salvaged from 17th cent shipwreck

PHOTO CAPTION: Raising the gun with air bags. CREDIT: Dr Colin Martin.

10 January 2003Research