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Fighting TB with light and sound

A UK-wide research team has developed an innovative way to monitor the reaction of living bacteria to antibiotics using lasers and sound.

14 May 2020Research

COVID-19 symposium

Professors Garry Taylor and Frank Sullivan took part in a video symposium on COVID-19 with doctors in Beijing and Wuhan.

10 April 2020Covid-19

World’s biggest study of left-handedness

From Leonardo da Vinci to Jimi Hendrix the talents of left-handers have been celebrated across the generations.

2 April 2020Research

New expert group to study spread of COVID-19

Professor David Crossman appointed to Scottish Government advisory group.

30 March 2020Covid-19

Early diagnosis key to survival

A new institute has been created to help improve earlier diagnosis of cancer, cardiovascular disease, mental health and infection.

24 September 2019University news

Pupils meet health researchers

Pupils from North East Fife secondary schools visited the University for an insight into health data science.

29 August 2019Local community

Science rises from the ashes

New purpose-built modular buildings will restore world-leading research facilities at the University following a devastating fire.

9 July 2019University news

Major grant to create new national database

Professor Colin McCowan will lead an initiative for Health Data Research UK to build a national data resource for 'multimorbidity'.

28 June 2019Research

New drug in the fight against cancer

A team of scientists at the University of St Andrews have used a genetic screening approach to investigate a potential new cancer treatment.

21 May 2019Research

New prognostic test for colorectal cancer

A new prognostic method, which would allow colorectal cancer patients to be identified more accurately, has been created at St Andrews.

7 March 2019Research