A new prognostic method, which would allow colorectal cancer patients to be identified more accurately, has been created at St Andrews.
Scotland’s obesity epidemic could be damaging the eyesight of young adults, according to new research from St Andrews and NHS Fife.
From Cairo to Cape Town - students cycle 10,000 km to introduce a new diagnostic tool to help in the fight against preventable blindness.
St Andrews scientists are leading the medical monitoring of a new clinical trial to treat tuberculosis more quickly.
3D imaging can offer insight to biological tissue.
University of St Andrews scientist visits politicians in Westminster
Professor David Crossman joins Scottish Government team
Progress on student exchanges and scientific collaborations
£500k funding for diagnosis and treatment technology
Director of the Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU), Professor Candace Currie, awarded prestigious Wolfson Research Merit Award