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The benefits of poison

How poisonous gases could help heal wounds.

6 December 2012Research

Scientists explore the health benefits of toxic gases

How poisonous gases could help prevent blood clots.

24 July 2012University news

It’s elementary

Young chemists prepare for regional competition.

24 January 2012Local community

Celebrating St Andrews’ second founder

Symposium marks publication of new biography of James Irvine.

22 September 2011University news

Candle flames contain millions of tiny diamonds

Diamond particles discovered in candle flames.

17 August 2011Research

From dough ring to benzene ring

Link between University and local baker celebrated.

14 September 2010Local community

From rare bugs to test tube drugs

Scientists have created exotic biological compounds in a test tube by uncovering some of Nature's chemical secrets.

23 December 2008Research

St Andrews in £5m sustainable hydrogen drive

The University will play a major role in a new drive to produce the technology to make clean, cheap and sustainable hydrogen energy.

30 October 2008Research

Big step in tiny technology

St Andrews researchers make significant leap in nanotechnology.

27 August 2008Research

Switching on cancer killer gene

Scottish scientists have discovered how to control a major anti-tumour gene that could lead to more effective chemotherapy.

8 May 2008Research