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Sea serpent sightings influenced by ancient marine reptile fossil finds

Sea monster sightings in the 19th century were influenced by the discovery of ancient reptile fossils, according to St Andrews research.

23 April 2019Research

St Andrews awarded share of €11.2 million European Research Council grant

The University has been awarded a share of €11.2 million from the European Research Council’s Synergy Grants to study the Sun.

23 October 2018Research

St Andrews students go global

University of St Andrews graduates recognised as Global and Regional winners in the Undergraduate Awards 2018.

27 September 2018Awards

Laureation address: Professor Cheryl Elisabeth Praeger

Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science

30 November 2015Awards

Casting light on black auroras

Satellite data reveals secrets of how the dark cavities in the Northern Lights are created

9 April 2015Research

Eye on the sun

St Andrews experts contribute to revolutionary new solar imaging technology

10 February 2015Research

St Andrews: Where time began?

St Andrews celebrates fine line between possible time zones

1 October 2014Research

Graduation address – Professor Clare Parnell

Graduation address for Wednesday 20 June, 10.30am.

20 June 2012University news

Prestigious award for St Andrews’ Professor

A scientist has been recognised as a world leader in his field by the Royal Astronomical Society.

13 May 2009Awards

How space eruptions happen

Mathematicians have made a discovery which could lead to a better understanding of why huge eruptions occur in space.

7 April 2009Research