CAPTION: (Left)A SCREEN SHOT FROM THE SCANNER IMAGES A PAIR OF HANDS, (Right) DR DUNCAN ROBERTSON WITH THE SCANNER. CREDIT: Dr Duncan Robertson
The role of light in everything from non-invasive medical procedures to the next generation of space travel will be demonstrated by a new UK-wide science roadshow.
CAPTION: The joint Microelectronics and Photonics degree students at St Andrews this week.
CAPTION: Enterprise Minister Jim Wallace presenting the SMART Award to Donald Walker.
CAPTION: The light-emitting display material being developed by University of St Andrews' Scientists.
Scottish researchers have launched an innovative on-line catalogue selling specialist 'quasi-optical' components which can be used for applications such as security scanning, improving mobile telephone signals and car crash avoidance.
A new degree aimed at meeting the needs of tomorrow's engineering industry has been created by the Universities of Dundee and St Andrews.