Scientists from St Andrews will study the carbon stored in Scotland’s coastal wetlands and their role in the fight against climate change.
Between five and six per cent of Britain’s population had been infected with Covid-19 by the last third of April, according to a new study.
A St Andrews academic has received a prestigious award for her work with marginalised and indigenous people in South America and South Asia.
Household factors make some households more vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19, according to a new study carried out at St Andrews.
Death rates from Covid-19 could be between 50% and 80% higher in rural communities and remote small towns, according to University experts.
St Andrews scientists will study the impact of climate change and coastal erosion on the world’s most prestigious golf courses.
New research reveals that ambitious global climate change targets must factor in that average space per person is increasing in homes.
Growing demand and climate change are threatening naturally occurring water systems and putting the water supply of billions at risk.
The University is proud to announce the latest Schools to have achieved Athena SWAN Bronze Awards.
A University research team has been awarded a £708,000 ESRC grant to investigate the causes of recent fertility fluctuations in the UK.