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Spotlight shines on solar physicist

Lecturer in Applied Mathematics is awarded a prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize.

6 November 2007Awards

The mathematics of the sun

St Andrews' scientists have created a numerical model of the sun.

21 May 2007Research

£2.6m for university mathematicians

Researchers at the University of St Andrews have been awarded £2.6 million to study magnetic activity in the atmosphere of the Sun and the Earth's magnetosphere.

22 April 2007Research

Mathematicians win 3.4m to study sun

Eric Priest (centre) signing the EU contract with co-researchers Alan Hood and Ineke De Moortel.

9 February 2007Research

Mathematician awarded prestigious medal

Professor Priest being presented with the Robinson medal by Lord Eames and accompanied by Professor Bailey, director of Armagh Observatory.

4 December 2006Awards

Mathematicians pay tribute to former Professor

Mathematicians at the University of St Andrews hosted a special lecture recently in memory of a former professor.

22 October 2006University news

Conference celebrates award winning space mission

A group of maths experts from the University of St Andrews is hosting a major international conference to discuss the achievements of an award winning space mission which is helping to further mankind's understanding of the Sun.

2 September 2004Research

Prestigious fellowships for young researchers

Dr Ineke De Moortel and Dr Sophie Huczynska, young researchers in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, have both been awarded four-year Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowships.

23 June 2004University news

Maths Professor bids farewell after 40 years

Professor Alex Craik retired today (Tuesday 30th September) after 40 years as a member of staff in the University of St Andrews' School of Mathematics and Statistics.

30 September 2003University news

Pure maths Professor hangs up his gown

CAPTION: Professor Tom Blyth (left) with the Parisian doctoral robes he has gifted to the University's museum, with Professor Kenneth Falconer (right).

17 September 2003University news